LongHouse Reserve Held Rites Of Spring Celebration

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LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton’s vital 16-acre sculpture garden and nature sanctuary, opened its 2024 season with its annual Rites of Spring celebration on March 30.

Visitors viewed new art and design works from Monica Banks, Anna Kang Burgess, Maryam Eisler, Maren Hassinger, Fitzhugh Karol, Bill King, Paola Lenti, Robert Lobe, Mark Mennin, Isamu Noguchi, Kenny Scharf, Agathe Snow, Toshiko Takaezu, Lenore Tawney, Martha Russo, performances by Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner, The Iris Trio, Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company, Neo-Political Cowgirls, Young Concert Artists, and talks with Jonathan Adler, Liz Collins, Lynne Cooke, Machine Dazzle, Alastair Gordon, LongHouse curator Glenn Adamson, and more. Permanent favorites, by Buckminster Fuller, Sol Lewitt, and Yoko Ono, and renewed loans by Daniel Arsham and Ai Weiwei, were also on view.

The season opened with “Full Circle: Toshiko Takaezu and Friends,” in conjunction with the Noguchi Museum’s retrospective of her work, both curated by Glenn Adamson.

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