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Summer in East Hampton: Interview with Chantel Foretich of QF Gallery

by Natalie Hegert
Ever since Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner settled in nearby Springs, East Hampton has become a hotbed of artistic creativity. Its languorous lush summers have inspired recluses (think Grey Gardens) and artists alike. It’s now also home to a neighborhood of first-rate galleries with curatorial programs rivaling anything you’ll find in the city. As part of ArtSlant’s ongoing focus on the Hamptons’ art scene this summer, I chatted with long-time ArtSlant friend, artist and gallerist Chantel... [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 7/30/13
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Art Southampton in 7 Artworks

by Max Nesterak
Arts and culture are in full bloom this month in the Hamptons. Art Southampton, presented by Art Miami, is bringing the season to a close with a big finish. Now only in its second year, Art Southampton is the most talked about new kid on the block, bringing together over eighty galleries and hundreds of artists to its 100,000 square-foot pavilion.  With so much to see, we decided to let the art speak for itself. Well, sort of . . .    1. To start, make your way to the eighteen-acre estate... [more]
Posted by Max Nesterak on 7/23/13
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Bobos in Paradise: ArtHamptons Goes Bohemian*

by Max Nesterak
This year’s inspiration for ArtHamptons: Bohemia circa 1950-1970. That means art, consumerism, and booze. Though the Hamptons may seem like the farthest place – culturally speaking – from the modern bohemians’ unconventional aesthetics and politics, their influences are recognizable in the annual art show created “for and by Hamptonites.” In the spirit of Bohemianism’s nomadic tradition, the show will be housed in a modular complex on a large, open field. In the spirit of the Hamptons’... [more]
Posted by Max Nesterak on 7/9/13
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