Gallery Happenings on the East End.

Gallery Walk

Aerial Observations
Alex Ferrone’s “Aerial Observations” is the June exhibit at the Quogue Library Art Gallery. A photographer with varying artistic influences, Ferrone has developed a unique body of work through aerial photography that she calls Aerial Observations. “I aspire to always see differently and am constantly exploring my environment from diverse angles,” she said.

The show will run through June 27. A reception will be held Saturday, June 9, from 3 to 4:30 PM.

The Shabbat Project 
The Temple Adas Israel Gallery Space in Sag Harbor will host an opening reception for renowned fiber artist, Laurie Wohl, and her show titled, “The Shabbat Project” on Sunday, June 10, from 4 to 6 PM. The exhibition also features the songs and voice of Cantor Daniel Singer. This exhibition provides a special, multi-sensory experience that layers music from the Shabbat service into Wohl’s vibrant liturgical Unweavings.

ONGOING

East End Photographers
East End Photographers Group’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition is showing at Ashawagh Hall in Springs through June 10. Visit www.eastendphotogroup.org.

Cile Downs
The Arts Center at Duck Creek in East Hampton presents “Cile Downs: Accabonac Abstractions.” Artist Cile Downs has been living and painting just a few miles from Duck Creek since 1954. The show runs through June 24.

Hat Museum
The Prosper King House & Lyzon Hat Museum in Hampton Bays is open for the season. The Lyzon Hat Shop Museum and Prosper King House shall be open each Saturday from now till mid-September, 11 AM to 2 PM.

Romany Kramoris
Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor presents its “Ready, Set, Go!” kick-off to the summer season. The show will feature artwork by Christopher Engel, Adriana Barone, Joyce Brian, and George Wazenegger. The show runs through June 14.

Shimon Okshteyn
“Magical Realism — Shimon Okshteyn” is an exhibit at Janet Lehr Fine Arts in East Hampton. Okshteyn, a barometer of our time, points to aesthetic beauty, technical brilliance, and the narrative of art history as the building blocks of his life and art. In the mode of big, bold painters, the work of Okshteyn astounds. The show runs through June 13.

Under The Covers
Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents “Under The Covers,” its third solo exhibition with Judith Hudson. Hudson’s new paintings will be on view through June 18.

Halsey McKay Gallery
The Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton presents two exhibits. The first is “Converter,” featuring artwork by Jedediah Caesar, Graham Collins, Rosy Keyser, Elias Hansen, Sam Moyer, Augustus Nazzaro, and Jessica Vaughn. These artists incorporate specific quotidian objects from outside the studio as catalysts for extrapolation and innovation.

Upstairs at the gallery is Ryan Steadman’s “Necromancer.” In his first solo exhibition with Halsey McKay, Steadman presents a wall installation of abstractions based on books, including a new series of stack works. The shows run through June 24.

Promised Land
The Barge Gallery at The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art in Amagansett presents “Promised Land Remembered.” Co-organized with Rachel Gruzen, this exhibition reflects on the Menhaden fishing industry and the significance of promised land, featuring a selection of works on paper by Mabel D’Amico dating from the 1940s to the 1960s, photographs, documents, and collected stories. The show runs through June 23.

The Drawing Room
The Drawing Room in East Hampton is showing Gustavo Bonevardi’s “New Watercolors.” The show will run through June 11. Running concurrently is an exhibit of John Terreano’s “Gold Gem Balls.”

Solely Women
The William Ris Gallery in Jamesport presents “Solely Women,” a group show which expresses the nuances of the female experience through the visual arts. Fourteen accomplished female artists are exhibiting over 40 works, including oil and acrylic paintings, drawings, collage, watercolor, ceramic sculpture, and photography. The show runs through June 10.

Teapots
An exhibit featuring teapots of the 19th Century from the Suffolk County Historical Society Museum’s permanent collection are on display in “A Moment of Tranquili–Tea.” The SCHS, located in Riverhead, has more than 100 teapots and presents the finest examples in this exhibit. The show runs through July 28.

Here Comes The Sun
East End Arts in Riverhead’s juried show “Here Comes The Sun” will run through June 8. The guest juror is Charles Riley II.

Hunting the Whale
“Hunting the Whale: The Rise and Fall of a Southampton Industry” is on display at Rogers Mansion in Southampton. This interactive and inclusive exhibit adds new documents and artifacts, illuminating Southampton Village’s prominent role in the whaling industry at its mid-19th Century height. The exhibit runs through August 4.

Word On The Street
The Watermill Center presents “Word On The Street,” a text-based public art initiative by House of Trees. The show consists of poetic and political banners created by international female artists and writers, in collaboration with Texas based female refugee fabricators.

The lineup of artists and writers includes Carrie Mae Weems, Tania Bruguera, Anne Carson, Amy Khoshbin, Laurie Anderson, A.M. Homes, Wangechi Mutu, Jenny Holzer, House of Trees, and Naomi Shihab Nye. Times Square Arts commissioned the exhibit, on view through June 19, by appointment only. Visit www.watermillcenter.org.

Image Building
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents “Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture,” organized by guest curator Therese Lichtenstein. The show is a comprehensive survey that explores the dynamic relationship between architecture, photography, and the viewer.

Seen through the lens of historical and architectural photographers from the 1930s to the present, “Image Building” offers a nuanced perspective on how photographs affect our understanding of the built environment and our social and personal identities.

The show is on view through June 17. The exhibition features 57 images that explore the social, psychological, and conceptual implications of architecture through the subjective interpretation of the photographer.

Five And Forward
“Five and Forward” is an exhibition that celebrates the Parrish Art Museum’s fifth anniversary in its Herzog and de Meuron-designed building in Water Mill. On view through October 31, the exhibition takes a closer look at artists whose work represents major trends, themes, and concepts in American art history, and underscores the ongoing artistic legacy of Long Island’s East End.

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