"Neil Noland: Sculpture of the 1980s" opens on May 1 and remains on view through August 1.
This memorial exhibition features glazed ceramic wall pieces and metal sculpture by Noland (1927-2013), who lived and worked in Amagansett for many years. A younger brother of the painter Kenneth Noland, he studied at Black Mountain College and in Europe. He described his ceramics, which feature corrugated surfaces enlivened with subtle glazed coloration, as “a melding of painterly concerns and sculpture.” One large steel sculpture, lent by the late artist's family, is installed on the museum grounds.
The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center is located at 830 Springs-Fireplace Road East Hampton, NY 11937. sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/pkhouse.