Art events and happenings across the East End

Gallery Events




Tripoli Gallery

Located in Southampton for 10 years, from 2009 to 2018, Tripoli Gallery is beginning its next phase in Wainscott. The gallery’s new home is a 2400-square-foot warehouse with an 18-foot-high ceiling, located right off of Montauk Highway and next to the Wainscott Greens park. The new location allows the gallery to expand its possibilities and add studios to allow for artists in residence to work on site. Through expression and conversation between artists and visitors, the gallery aims to create a space that engages the local community and beyond.

The first artist in residence is Alice Hope, who is working on a commission for the U.S. Embassy in Africa. For more info, visit www.tripoligallery.com.

Two Visions

“Two Artists, Two Visions” will be on display at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. The show features Anne Sager’s photographs and Lewis Zacks’s paintings. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, March 7, from 4 to 8 PM. Two longtime friends, Arlene Bujese and Fran Castan, have collaborated on presenting the exhibition. Proceeds from the affordably priced works will benefit four East End charities: The Retreat, East End Hospice, East End Special Players, and Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center. Visit www.ashawagh-hall.org.

All The Places We Go

The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton presents “All The Places We Go,” with an opening reception on Saturday, March 7, from 5 to 7 PM. The show features artists Steve Haweeli, Setha Low, Dorothy Ganek, David Bender, Kevin Casey, Ted Stamelos, James Slezak, Anthony D’Avino, Phil Marco, LuAnn Thompson, Laurie Devault, Wiliam Taylor, Berges Alvarez, Maureen Pouder, Susan Richardson, Joanne Handler, Brian Craig, Joel Lefkowitz, Linda Reville Eisenberg, Jack Flo, Laura Benjamin, Donna Corvi, Louis Puglisi, Neva Setlow, Jim Molloy, Jim Sabiston, Karen Kirshner, Christina Stow, Alan Katz, Linda Sirow, Ephraim Wuensch, Sigrid Owen, Jodiann Fasano, Alicia Gitlitz, Leonardo the Fabulous, Martha McAleer, Keith Ramsdell, John Mazlish, Joe Pallister, Francisco Rizquez, Mathew Smith, and John Fasano. The show will run through April 5. Visit www.thewhiteroom.gallery.

Robert Dash

The Madoo Conservancy in Bridgehampton presents “Robert Dash: Printmaker.” A preview will be held during the third annual THAW Fest, on Saturday, March 7, from 10 AM to 4 PM, with a talk by master printmaker Dan Welden at 11 AM. The exhibition will then be on view in the summer studio at Madoo by appointment only through May 15, and then open to the public during regular open hours, Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 4 PM, through July 18. Visit www.madoo.org.

Parrish Student Exhibition

From March 7 through April 19, the work of more than 1000 young artists from East End schools will be on view in the Parrish Art Museum’s annual student exhibition. A nearly 65-year tradition celebrating youthful imagination and boundless creativity, this important aspect of the museum’s programs was enhanced this year by artist-in-residence workshops with three participating artists in the museum’s exhibition “Artists Choose Artists”: Irina Alimanestianu, Scott Bluedorn, and Bastienne Schmidt. The exhibition opens with two receptions on March 7 that are free and open to the public. The Young Artists reception (Pre-K through eighth grade) is scheduled from 1 to 3 PM, and the High School Artists reception is from 3 to 5 PM. Visit www.parrishart.org.

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