‘East End Collected7’ Curated By Paton Miller Opens At Southampton Arts Center

As Southampton Arts Center celebrates 10 years of community building through the arts, the organization is excited to present the seventh installment of Paton Miller’s exhibition that reflects the artist’s vision of the East End as an ideal environment to create work. 

East End Collected7 will feature more than 40 artists in this collective show, complemented by exhibition and studio tours, artist talks, and a special film screening by filmmaker Lana Jokel. 

Kelynn Alder, “Cardinal Points.”

“I am genuinely delighted that East End Collected7 is the first exhibition I am here for as the executive director, as it is the core of the Southampton Arts Center’s mission of community building through the arts,” said SAC executive director Christina Mossaides Strassfield, who officially signed on in January 2023. “These artists represent the region’s rich cultural tradition and artistic history.”

Exhibition artists include Kelynn Z. Alder, Isadora Capraro, Dan Christensen Studios, Janet Culbertson, Eugenio Cuttica, Franco Cuttica, Lautaro Cuttica, James dePasquale, RaineyDay Erwin, Phil Falino, Phyllis Falino, Margaret Garrett, Tiana Grampus, Elaine Grove, Lyllis Halsey, Hiroyuki Hamada, Glen Hanson, Gary Hartmann, Peter Hill, Candace Hill-Montgomery, Terri Hyland, Oscar Jackman, Nathan Slate Joseph, Anna Jurinich, Mary Lambert, James Ledogar, Christine Matthäi, Michael Meehan, Christian Miller, Paton Miller, Sam Miller, Oscar Molina, Dave O., Patrick Peters, John Pomianowski, Zelie Rellim, John Rist, John Ross Rist, Jay Schneiderman, George Schulman, Brenda Simmons, Liz Sloan, Adam Straus, and Ann Lambert Waits.

James Ledogar, “Flanders Boatyard.”

“It’s with great anticipation that I look forward to assembling the work of 44 artists for Southampton Art Center’s seventh iteration of East End Collected,” shared exhibition curator and artist Paton Miller. “This exhibition coincides with SAC’s 10th anniversary and also the directorship now taken over by Christina Strassfield. Christina, after 30 years at East Hampton’s Guild Hall, has an encyclopedic knowledge of not just Eastern Long Island, but greater Long Island and the art world.”

Adam Straus, “Out of Paradise-Grand Tetons.”

The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 11, with a reception at 5 PM. Curator-led exhibition tours will be held on Sunday, February 19 and Saturday, April 1, at 11 AM. Exhibition artist talks will be held on Saturday, March 4 and 18, at 3 PM. A curator studio tour will be held on Friday, March 10, at 3 PM. 

Anna Jurinich, “Earthly Flowers and Alien Silver.”

“The Way it Goes,” by filmmaker Lana Jokel, will screen on Saturday, April 29 at 4:30 PM. The film is a documentary film on East End Collected7 participating artist Nathan Slate Joseph. His work is about expansion and contraction, statements of destruction and reconstruction, comprised of rusted sheets of steel and chosen objects.

A closing reception for the show will follow on Saturday, April 29, at 5 PM.

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