On View

Art blooms across the East End this season.


Martin Kippenberger, “Ohne Titel (Untitled (from the series Hand Painted Pictures),” 1992. Courtesy of ©Estate Martin Kippenberger

By Julia Szabo

Arts Center at Duck Creek

Two exhibitions opening June 10: Works by Melissa Misla, a mixed-media artist who layers collage and found materials to explore her Latinx roots; and a site-specific installation by Sara Mejia Kriendler, who takes inspiration from pre-Columbian art and mythologies, as well as the local landscape of the East End. 127 Squaw Road, Springs, East Hampton

The Church

The culture sanctuary founded by Eric Fischl and April Gornik scores a TKO with Strike Fast, Dance Lightly, its exhibition on the theme and metaphor of boxing in art, co-curated by Fischl and Head Curator Sara Cochran, featuring works by Zoë Buckman, Martin Kippenberger, Glenn Ligon and Deborah Roberts, Rashid Johnson, and others. Opening June 24. 48 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631.919.5342

Dia: Bridgehampton/The Dan Flavin Art Institute

In addition to the works in permanent installation by light master Flavin, you have a few more days to see a quietly majestic temporary exhibition of sculptures by Leslie Hewitt, closing June 4. 23 Corwith Avenue, off Main Street, Bridgehampton, 631.537.1476

Renee Cox, “The Signing,” 2017. Courtesy of Renee Cox

Guild Hall

Opening July 2 is Renee Cox: A Proof of Being, a survey of the Jamaican-born photographer’s “performative self-portraits” from 1993 to the present. Curated by Monique Long, the show offers intriguing insight into the evolution of this multitalented artist’s practice. 158 Main St., East Hampton, 631.324.0806

LongHouse Reserve

Look for new additions to the permanent alfresco collection (which includes sculptures by Sol LeWitt, Yoko Ono and Ai Weiwei): two large-scale sculptures by Maren Hassinger, made from branches collected on the property with help from visitors; and three by Wyatt Kahn. 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, 631.329.3568

Margaret Jacobs, “Old Growth,” 2019; Courtesy of Margaret Jacobs

Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Inc.

Jeremy Dennis continues his artistic and curatorial journey at Ma’s House, the dynamic nonprofit art space where he was the founding artist and is now president. Brianna Hernández has curated Kinship Compositions, a show of wall-mounted metal sculptures by sculptor-metalsmith Margaret Jacobs, a member of the Akwesasne Mohawk tribe from upstate New York. Through July 22. 159 Old Point Road, Southampton, 631.566.0486

Dan McCleary, “Ranunculus,” 2022. Courtesy of Madoo Conservan

Madoo Conservancy

Dan McCleary: Still Lifes proves why this modern master’s flowers and fruits are vibrant descendants of those immortalized by Paul Cézanne and Giorgio Morandi. Through June 25. 618 Sagg Main St., Sagaponack, 631.537.8200, by appointment: info@madoo.org

Lisa Perry with Kelly Tapìa-Chuning’s work, “A Dish Best Served Cold” Courtesy of Onna House

Onna House

At this temple to female art and design, Pearls, Pills & Protests presents the work of four artists—Jerelyn Hanrahan, Kelly Tapìa-Chuning, Lulu Varona and Michele Pred—whose timely feminist work advocates for women’s health and safety. Through June 25. 123 Georgica Road, East Hampton, by appointment: bliss@onnahouse.com

Parrish Art Museum

For Artists Choose Parrish, two overlapping installations, Part 1A and Part IB, ending July 23 and August 6, East End artists have selected works from the Parrish’s permanent collection for display alongside their own work. Among those doing the selecting are Eric Fischl, Mary Heilmann, Robert Gober, Robert Longo, Cindy Sherman and Ma’s House founder Jeremy Dennis, an enrolled member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation. 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631.283.2118

Peter Marino Art Foundation

From the holdings of the art-loving architect whose collection is as expertly built as his structures: Forty-five paintings, drawings and sculptures by German neo-expressionist Georg Baselitz (through September 30) and 14 paintings and sculptures by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm (through July 8). 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton, petermarinofoundation.org


Harry Benson, “Bianca Jagger” Courtesy of Harry Benson

Southampton Arts Center

A Moment in Time: Iconic Images by Harry Benson gathers a few of the beautiful people captured on film by this legendary lensman, from Civil Rights leaders to celebrities, many of them Hamptons habitués. Through July 15. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631.283.0967

Laith McGregor in his studio in Byron Bay, Australia © Laith McGregor 2023

Tripoli Gallery

On view through June 5: Pace & Space, new paintings by Australian artist Laith McGregor, who lives and works in Byron Bay. Opening June 10: Some Enchanted Evening, mixed-media works by Wainscott’s own Lucy Winton. 26 Ardsley Road, Wainscott, 631.377.3715

Regina José Galindo, “Aparición 1,” 2021, Copyright Regina José Galindo and courtesy of The Watermill Center;

The Watermill Center

Opening June 24: The Body, videos by Guatemalan artist Regina José Galindo, whose powerful work has won the Leone d’Oro (Golden Lion), the highest prize given to a film at the Venice Biennale. 39 Watermill Towd Road, Watermill, 631.726.4628