HAMPTONS ART HUB is an online publication and website revealing visual arts in The Hamptons and New York City along with highlights from the NY Metropolitan area. We publish reviews, features, artist profiles, news, exhibition previews, art fair coverage, select cultural events and guides on where to find art in our coverage areas. Special areas of focus in the NY Tri-State includes Long Island, Westchester County and the Mid-Hudson in New York and Fairfield County in Connecticut.
At Hamptons Art Hub, our editorial is created by a well-respected and experienced team of art critics and journalists. Our writers are steeped in the art world and present their insights in a clear manner designed to engage art fans, collectors, art world professionals, artists and anyone interested in discovering contemporary and modern art.
Steady columns include the East End Gallery Scene (exhibition receptions on the East End), Gallery Shows to Know (noteworthy new exhibitions in NYC or the East End) and our Things to Do columns for NYC and the East End of Long Island. Art Seen (a periodic social feature presenting benefits and art parties) keeps things lively while our Design & Art Book column makes sure the newest titles worth reading are easy to find.
Our Directory Listings include Art Fairs, Artists and Art Services while our Art Guide provides an extensive list of galleries and museums in The Hamptons, New York City and Long Island. Our Exhibition Finder provides a curated list of shows on view in a searchable format.
Hamptons Art Hub (or HAH for short) is based in Sag Harbor, NY in the Hamptons. HAH is the brainchild of arts journalist and writer Pat Rogers.
WHO WE ARE
PAT ROGERS is an award-winning arts journalist, publisher and managing editor of Hamptons Art Hub. Rogers has been writing about art and culture in the Hamptons since 1997. She contributed weekly to The Southampton Press (now The Press News Group) from 1997 to 2010. She was the arts columnist for Long Island Pulse magazine from 2007 through 2011. Her writing has been recognized by the New York Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists (Chapter: Press Club of Long Island).
Rogers founded Hamptons Art Hub in 2012 to foster awareness of the visual arts in The Hamptons and East End of Long Island and subsequently expanded the publication's focus to include the art communities of New York City and South Florida (Miami and Palm Beach County in particular). In light of the New York Times decision to cease arts coverage in the NY Metropolitan area in September 2016, Hamptons Art Hub's most recent expansion (January 2017) embraces a focus on visual art on Long Island and Westchester County in New York and Fairfield County in CT as the first steps to revealing highlights from the entire NY Metropolitan area.
ANDREW BOTSFORD is the Executive Editor At Large for Hamptons Art Hub. Botsford is a professor in the MFA in Creative Writing program and a communications consultant at the Stony Brook Southampton Graduate Arts campus. For 20 years he was the associate editor of The Southampton Press family of newspapers and the editor of the papers’ Arts & Living sections.
In addition to writing features for The Press newspapers, Botsford has reviewed movies and live theater for WPPB, 88.3 FM. His short memoir piece, “Echoes,” was published in the summer 2011 edition of TSR: The Southampton Review, published by the MFA in Creative Writing and Literature program at Stony Brook Southampton.
Botsford has offered film commentary for six years in the “Finest in World Cinema” summer series at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center and is the co-host of the annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival. Also an actor, he has appeared in 40 Hampton Theatre Company productions in Quogue and Westhampton Beach since 1985, as well as productions and readings at the John Drew Theater of Guild Hall in East Hampton, N.Y.
CHARLES RILEY II, PhD contributes criticism on art, architecture and books for Hamptons Art Hub and other types of writing for Hamptons Art Hub. Riley is an arts journalist, curator and professor at the City University of New York. He is the author of thirty-one books on art, architecture and public policy. Upcoming books include Echoes of the Jazz Age and Sacred Sister (in collaboration with Robert Wilson). His articles on art have appeared in Art & Auction, FlashArt, Art & Antiques, Antiques and Fine Art. He has written over a hundred exhibition catalogue essays.
SUSAN HODARA is a journalist focusing on art in Westchester and Fairfield Counties for Hamptons Art Hub. Hodara has written more than 350 articles about artists and the arts for The New York Times, Communication Arts and other publications. She is also an educator who teaches at the Hudson Valley Writers Center and the International Center of Photography, where her workshop helps artists write about their work. She is co-author of the collaborative memoir “Still Here Thinking of You: A Second Chance With Our Mothers” (Big Table Publishing, 2013). More at www.susanhodara.com.
SANDRA HALE SCHULMAN is an arts writer focusing on South Florida for Hamptons Art Hub. Schulman is an arts and lifestyle writer, author and filmmaker. She co-founded Spiritual America Gallery with Richard Prince in 1983 and 303 Gallery in 1984. After moving to South Florida and writing on the arts in Miami for a decade, she published an arts weekly in Palm Springs, produced three films and authored three books. For her full bio, visit “Sandra Hale Schulman Joins Hamptons Art Hub.“
PETER MALONE is an art critic focusing on art in New York City and the Lower Hudson Region for Hamptons Art Hub. Malone is an artist, painter, retired college gallery director and sometimes independent curator. A graduate of The School of Visual Arts and Teachers College, Columbia, Malone's reviews and essays appear in Artcritical, Painters on Painting and other publications. A recent recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, Malone's work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Blue Mountain Gallery and the Painting Center. More at www.petermalone.com.
ELISA TURNER is an art critic and journalist focusing on South Florida art for Hamptons Art Hub. An award-winning art critic and journalist, Turner is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, U.S. Section, and ArtTable, a national organization for women in visual arts professions. For Elisa Turner’s full bio, visit “Elisa Turner Joins Hamptons Art Hub.”
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS have included James Croak, Mike Solomon, Eric Ernst, Esperanza Leon, Emily Nathan, Amber Cortes, Genevieve Kotz and others.
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