Art News

"Host of the Ellipse" by Ronald Bladen. Courtesy LongHouse Reserve.

LongHouse Reserve officially opens for the season on Saturday during its Rites of Spring event. Each year, LongHouse reveals something new to its sprawling manicured grounds and outdoor sculpture installations. This year, five new sculptures will be

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"Running People at 2,616,216" (1978–79) by Jonathan Borofsky installed on the West Ambulatory, 5th floor, the inaugural exhibition, America Is Hard to See (May 1–September 27, 2015). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Photograph © Nic Lehoux.

Advance tickets go on sale today (April 3) for admission to the new Whitney Museum of American Art when it reopens on May 1, 2015 in its downtown location. Advance ticketholders can skip the admission line to check

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Bill King and Alice Hope at The Art Barge. Photo by Irene Tully.

The sculptor William King (1925 – 2015), a true American original, died March 3 at his East Hampton home surrounded by his wife, the artist Connie Fox, and members of his family. He was 90 years old. King

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Andreas Gursky (German, born 1955), "Engadin I," 1995, Ink-jet print, 207 x 356 x 6.2 cm. © Andreas Gursky, VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn./ ARS, 2015. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery.

The Parrish Art Museum received some big news lately: the museum was awarded a $76,000 grant to assist with the presentation of the upcoming exhibition “Andreas Gursky: Nature in Balance.” Funded by the New York State Council

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Bob Balaban. Courtesy of Bay Street Theater.

Bay Street Theater has announced its Mainstage Season for the summer. On tap for 2015 are three plays: a comedy, a drama and a musical. Opening their Mainstage productions on Memorial Day Weekend is the world premiere

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