The Hamptons art scene and local galleries are continuing to deliver a long list of worthwhile exhibitions this summer. Check out these five Hamptons (and Setauket) art shows his weekend, June 10–12, 2016! Then find more exhibitions and events at events.danspapers.com.
Constellation in Red, Yellow and Blue at the Watermill Center (illustrated above)
Opening June 11 at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center is G.T. Pellizzi’s new installation of light sculptures made specifically for the space. Known primarily for his sculptures, Pellizzi’s work often takes on a referential nature, from splatters of paint akin to Jackson Pollock’s oeuvre to mobiles a la Alexander Calder. For this upcoming exhibit, his light sculptures will evoke images and symbols inspired from the Watermill Center’s collection of textiles bearing mythological and astrological designs.
Constellation in Red, Yellow and Blue will run until August 28 at the Watermill Center, 39 Water Mill Towd Road. Reservations are required to attend the opening reception at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 11. For more information on the exhibition and the Watermill Center’s hours of operation, visit watermillcenter.org.
Dan Rizzie, Selected Works at Peter Marcelle Project
The work of Sag Harbor artist Dan Rizzie will be on display at the Peter Marcelle Project until June 19, with an opening reception this Saturday, June 11. Rizzie is exhibiting collages and paintings taken from his personal collection, some dating as far back as 1982. Rizzie’s work has been on display in the MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among many others.
Following the opening reception, Dan Rizzie, Selected Works will be on view Thursday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. and by appointment Monday–Wednesday. To make an appointment, call 631-613-6170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still Life at Gallery North
Now on display at Gallery North in Setauket until June 19 is Still Life, a group exhibition comprising still life work by local and regional artists. The show will include the artwork of Robert De Niro Sr., Amy Weiskopf, Water Mill’s Bruce Lieberman and Oscar Santiago.
Gallery North, located at 90 North County Road in Setauket, is open Tuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Sunday, 12–5 p.m.
Stan Brodsky at 91 at Lawrence Fine Art
Lawrence Fine Art in East Hampton is now hosting an exhibition of Stan Brodsky’s paintings. Often referred to as “Long Island’s greatest living artist,” Brodsky’s paintings depict various landscapes and natural scenes rendered through a colorful and abstract lens.
Stan Brodsky at 91 is on view until June 23 at Lawrence Fine Art, 37 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. Additional information can be found lawrence-fine-arts.com.
Surf’s Up: Surfing as Art in Various Media at the Quogue Library
For the month of June, the gallery at the Quogue Library will be hosting a group exhibition entitled Surf’s Up: Surfing as Art in Various Media. The show features work by local artist Lutha-Leahy Miller; collaged vintage surfboards by Sag Harbor’s Greg Miller; and panoramic photos by Blair Seagram.
An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, June 11, from 3–4:30 p.m. Following the exhibition Kurt Rist will host a discussion on surfing, accompanied by a slide show.