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Aston Magna

PS21

Art Studio Views

JACOBS PILLOW

American Marketing

TAMLI

IMAGES CINEMA

MASS MoCA

MOVIE HOUSE

Tannery Pond

Galleries & Museums

Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College

Austerlitz, NY

Millay Colony for the Arts

Beacon, NY

Dia: Beacon

Matteawan Gallery

Theo Ganz Studio

Chatham, NY

Joyce Goldstein Gallery

The Park Row Gallery

SomethinsGottaGive

Thompson Giroux Gallery

Ghent, NY

Omi International Arts Center

Great Barrington, MA

Geoffrey Young Gallery

Hillman-Jackson Gallery at Simon’s Rock

L’Atelier Berkshires

Lauren Clark Fine Art

Le Petit Musee at The Emporium

The Vault Gallery

Hillsdale, NY

The Art Annex

LABspace

Neumann Fine Art

Housatonic, MA

Art & Industrie

Deb Koffman’s Art Space

Front Street Gallery and Studio

Hudson, NY

510 Warren Street Gallery

BCB Art

Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Carrie Haddad Gallery

Carrie Haddad Photographs

Davis Orton Gallery

EB Fine Art/Curatorium

Hudson Opera House

J. Damiani

Jeff Bailey Gallery

John Davis Gallery

Limner Gallery

R Wells Gallery

Terenchin Gallery

TK Gallery

Tom Swope Gallery

Wasserbach Fine Art

Kent, CT

The Kent Art Association

The Morrison Gallery

Ober Gallery

Scott and Bowne

W. David Herman Gallery

Kinderhook, NY

The School

Lakeville, CT

Argazzi Art

Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School

The White Gallery

Lee, MA

Good Purpose Gallery

St. Francis Gallery

Lenox, MA

Charles Flint Fine Art

DeVries Fine Art, Inc.

Hoadley Gallery

Sienna Patti Contemporary

Sohn Fine Art

The Wit Gallery

Litchfield, CT

Serendipity Gallery

Millerton, NY

Gilded Moon Framing & Gallery

Place. 

The Re Institute

New Milford, CT

Gregory James Gallery

North Adams, MA

Brill Gallery

Cynthia Reeves

Eclipse Gallery

Ferrin Contemporary

Gallery 51

MASS MOCA

Pawling, NY

Gallery on the Green

Pittsfield, MA

The Berkshire Museum

The Lichtenstein Center for the Arts

Whitney Center for the Arts

Poughkeepsie, NY

Barrett Art Center

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College

Mill Street Loft

Transverse Gallery at Locust Grove

Red Hook, NY

Equis Art Gallery

Rhinebeck, NY

Betsy Jacaruso Gallery

Montgomery Row Gallery

Salisbury, CT

Joie de Livres

Spencertown, NY

Spencertown Academy Arts Center

Stockbridge, MA

Norman Rockwell Museum

Tivoli, NY

Tivoli Artists Gallery

Torrington, CT

Artwell Gallery

Five Points Gallery

Noelke Gallery

Washington, CT

KMR Arts

Washington Art Association & Gallery

West Cornwall, CT

Souterrain Gallery

West Stockbridge, MA

Diana Felber Gallery

No. Six Depot Gallery

Williamstown, MA

Clark Art Institute

Williams College Museum of Art

Art Intelligence

In the Galleries

BCB Gallery, Hudson. You Lose Yourself, You Reappear, work by Richard Finkelstein. Opening Reception: June 24 from 6–8 p.m.

Betsy Jacaruso Gallery, Rhinebeck. Summer Salon, works in watercolor by Betsy Jacaruso and Cross River Fine Artists. Now – July 30.

Brill Gallery, North Adams. The Tattooed Ladies Along The Mohawk Trail, photographs by Dave Foss, Grier Horner, Joanna Klain, Jim Peters, Nadine Robbins and Ralph Brill. Now – Oct.

Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson. Summer Exhibit, a group show of paintings by Mark Beard and Corinne Robbins, and works on paper by Claire Lofrese, Anne Francey, Sue Bryan, David Seiler and Kahn & Selesnick. Now – Aug. 6. Artists’ Reception: June 24 from 5–7 p.m.

The Chatham Bookstore, Chatham. Troy, New York: A Tarnished City Alive Again, Susan Anthony’s photographs of Troy’s history from early prosperity to decay to rebirth. Now – Aug. 6.

Darren Winston, Bookseller, Sharon. Garden of My Mind, new works by artist Marilla Palmer. Now – July 8.

David M. Hunt Library, Falls Village. Presence, figurative and still life oil paintings by Judith Wyer. Now – July 15.

Diana Felber Gallery, West Stockbridge. Summer Show: Anne Servantin Loeb’s ceramics and her husband, David Loeb’s, paintings; Ali Moshiri’s “Night Fishing” series and a couple of “Spring Garden” paintings; Murray Hochman’s series of airy abstracts; Judy Mauer’s photographs of dolls and abstract images; Jorge Silveira’s fun portraits. Now – July 30.

Eckert Fine Art Gallery and Consulting, Kent. Domestic, a group show curated by Jennifer Terzian on the theme of interior and exterior spaces, and how objects and personal belongings reveal stories, secrets, memories and demons. Now – July 15.

Eclipse Mill Gallery, North Adams. Reconstructions, delicate works on paper by Sarah Fagan as well as blocks and objects of various sizes and materials that can be moved, stacked and arranged. This is part of a double exhibition curated by Corwin Levi, along with Babel’s Bricks on view at MCLA’s Gallery 51. Now – June 25.

Equis Art Gallery, Red Hook. For the month of June, the Gallery will feature artist Sydell Glasser. Enjoy a 20% discount on her work throughout the month.

Ferrin Contemporary, North Adams. A summer show featuring ceramic work by Raymon Elozua, Sergei Isupov, Bouke de Vries and Kurt Weiser.

Five Points Gallery, Torrington. Diversions: Abstraction / Representation, paintings by Adam Viens and Peter Waite. Habitual Demeanor, sculpture by Jackie Branson. Discomforters, Robin Tost’s quilts made of scrap metals, cut by hand and sewn with wire. June 22 – July 29. Opening Reception: June 23 from 6-8:30 p.m. Artists’ Conversation: July 14 at 6 p.m.

510 Warren Street, Hudson. All That Jazz, new iPad paintings by Nina Lipkowitz. Now – June 25.

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Poughkeepsie. In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura, the first monographic presentation of de Mura’s art. It includes over 40 loans from Italian collections as well as those from the U.S. including the Metropolitan Museum, Art Institute of Chicago and the National Gallery of Art. Now – July 2.

Good Purpose Gallery, Lee. 2nd Annual Juried Student Art Show, selected work by high school-aged students from Berkshire County and the College Internship Program (CIP). Now – June 26.

Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, Sharon. Paintings by Robert Andrew Parker.

Hudson Area Library, Hudson. The Artistry of Lucy Swope, a career retrospective on the work of the local poet, artist and bookmaker, including relief sculptures, pen and ink drawings, etchings, woodcuts and the reduction prints and storyboards of linoleum cuts done for her many books. Now – July.

Hudson Hall at the Hudson Opera House. Bouquet, artist Michael St. John has created a group of 20 “Flower” paintings to welcome the arrival of spring and commemorate the recently completed restoration of the Opera House. Now – July 30.

Inky Editions, Hudson. Builder’s Alchemy, Terry James Conrad’s sculptures and relief monoprints produced with found object presses and handmade inks. Now – July 30.

James Barron Art, South Kent. Almost Nothing, a group show. Now – June 25. In the Project Space: recent work by Judy Pfaff. Opening Reception: June 24 from 4–6 p.m.

Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson. Nichole van Beek: The Longest Day, an exhibition of new paintings. Green, a group exhibition of painting and sculpture by John Dilg, Floryn Honnet, David Shaw and Eric Wolf. June 24 – Aug. 6. Opening Reception: June 24 from 6–8 p.m.

John Davis Gallery, Hudson. Underground Passages, work by Isidro Blasco. Sculpture by Weixian Jiang. Hard Rain, work by Thaddeus Radell. Paintings by Pauline Decarmo and Janice Nowinski. Sculpture and works on paper by Robert Simon.

Kent Memorial Library Gallery, Kent. Then and Now, a retrospective of more than 50 years of art by Thomas Franken, including his work in oil paints, silk-screen prints, collages, greeting cards, designs in wood and graphic arts. Now – June 30.

L’Atelier Berkshires, Great Barrington. Fading Fauna, work by artists who believe in protecting our wildlife, including Marshall Jones, John Ryan, April Coppini, Eva Connell, Natalie Tyler and Creature Conserve artists. Opening Reception: June 23 from 6:30-9 p.m. Zoologist Dr. Lucy Spelman speaks at 6:30 p.m.

Lauren Clark Fine Art, Great Barrington. The Line & The Curve, sculpture and paintings by Sharon Wandel. Now – June 25.

Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, Pittsfield. Face Them, a group exhibit featuring work by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Craig Walker and National Geographic photographer John Stanmeyer, among others.

Lisa Vollmer Photography Studio + Gallery, Great Barrington. One-Year Anniversary Exhibit, featuring works by Lisa Vollmer, Sabine Vollmer von Falken, Carolina Palermo Schulze and Tom Zetterstrom. Now – June 30. Read our recent Rural We with photographer and gallery owner Lisa Vollmer.

The Loft Gallery at The Smithy Store, New Preston. Paintings by Frank Frederico and scenic photography by Susan Reinberg and Mark Isolda. Now – July 2.

Matteawan Gallery, Beacon. Dislocation, recent sculptural photo collages and works on paper by Krista Svalbonas. Now – July 3.

MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams. Babel’s Bricks, artists in a variety of media interpret the idea of artwork as building block. This is part of a double exhibition curated by Corwin Levi, along with Reconstructions on view at The Eclipse Mill Gallery. Now – June 25.

Minor Memorial Library Gallery, Roxbury. An Expression of Spirit: Three Generations, paintings, drawings and mixed media compositions by Philip de Vries, his father and grandfather.

Montgomery Row Second Level, Rhinebeck. Photographs and Collaborations, a solo show of photographs by Alan Reich. Now – July 28.

The Moviehouse Gallery, Millerton. The Hudson: City River – Rural Valley, abstract works by artists Basia Goldsmith and Ginny Howsam Friedman, chosen for their depictions of the Hudson from both an urban and rural perspective. Now – July 26.

Neumann Fine Art, Hillsdale. A solo exhibition of oil paintings by Kenneth Young, including a number of Young’s popular Warren Street paintings, as well as other recent work. Now – June 24.

No. Six Depot Cafe, West Stockbridge. Paintings by Brantner Deatley and Sarah Horne, and prints by Bonita Reed. Locations, paintings by Julie Shapiro.

The Norfolk Library, Norfolk. Different Points of View, landscape paintings by Don Bracken. Now – July 5.

North Elm Home, Millerton. FORMS+SHADOWS, Hudson Valley sculptor Conrad Levensons’s latest assemblage sculptures fashioned from scrap materials and repurposed industrial and agricultural artifacts. Now – July 2.

Place., Millerton. A solo exhibition by Tracy Helgeson. Now – July 6.

The Re Institute, Millerton. Upstairs: Work by artists KK Kozik, Megan Berk, Sara Nesbitt, Colleen McGuire and Terri Moore. Now – July 15. Downstairs: Tom Goldenberg Drawing studio.

Roeliff Jansen Community Library, Hillsdale. Hudson Valley, work by Hudson painter Tony Thompson. Now – July 4.

Sandisfield Arts Center, Sandisfield. Paintings by Tina Grammer. July 1 – July 29. Opening Reception: July 1 at 4 p.m.

Schantz Galleries, Stockbridge. Made in N.E., a curated exhibition of blown, cast, cut, fused, laminated and fused glass works created by artists in New England. Now – June 25. Artists’ Reception: June 23 from 4–6 p.m.

The School, Kinderhook. The Coffins of Paa Joe and the Pursuit of Happiness, serving as the centerpiece of the large-scale exhibition, The Gold Coast Slave Castles of Paa Joe honor the Ghanaian legacy of abebuu adekai, or fantasy coffins. Opening June 24 from 2–6 p.m.

September Gallery, Hudson. Work by Brie Ruais and Letha Wilson. Now – July 2.

Serendipity Gallery, Litchfield. Out of View, work by Ethan Newman. Now – July 5.

Sharon Historical Society Gallery. No Place Like Home, a juried exhibition and sale of works by local artists. Now – July 7.

Sienna Patti Contemporary, Lenox. In The Beginning There Was Red, a new series of contemporary jewelry by Carina Shoshtary. July 1 – July 24. Opening Reception: July 1 from 4–6 p.m.

Sohn Fine Art, Lenox. SEEDS, 12 artists celebrate and explore the natural wonders that are born from seeds. Now – July 9.

Spencertown Academy Gallery, Spencertown. Awakening, the Academy’s first juried photography exhibit, curated by Jack Shear. June 24 – July 16. Opening Reception: June 24 from 4–6 p.m. The Curator as Artist, mixed media collages, photographs, drawings and paintings by Academy gallery curators Norma Cohen, Leslie Gabosh, Barbara Lax Kranz, Lynn Rothenberg and Barbara Willner. July 22 – Aug. 13. Opening Reception: July 22 from 4–6 p.m.

Stockbridge Station, Stockbridge. The River Art Project, the work of five recognized painters who use the river as their subject matter: Bart Elsbach, Mary Sipp Green, Stephen Hannock, Scott Prior and Jim Schantz. Half of the net proceeds of each sale will be donated equally to the Housatonic Valley Association and Riverkeeper. Now – Sept. 4.

Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham. Figure 2: The Sense of Being, work by Spencer Hall and David Paulson. Now – July 9.

Tivoli Artists Gallery, Tivoli. Light, featuring members’ work on the theme in the form of cyanotypes, hand-dyed silks, lightboxes, light fixtures, cast glass, paintings, drawings, collages and photographs. Now – June 25.

Washington Art Association, Washington Depot. The 2017 Atelier Sale: an affordable way to add to your art collection and to support the WAA and local artists. Now – June 24.

The Wassaic Project at Maxon Mills, Wassaic. Vagabond Time Killers, 50+ artists will show their work inside the 7-floor gallery space of Maxon Mills. Exhibiting artists include Ghost of a Dream and Cole Lu.

Wasserbach Fine Art, Hudson. New Work, a group exhibit featuring paintings, photography, sculpture and furniture by Barney Bellinger, Mark Wasserbach and Jonathan Sweet. June 24 – July 16. Opening Reception: June 24 from 6–9 p.m.

The White Gallery, Lakeville. Spatial Relations, fiber art by Kate Stiassni. Now – July 16. Gallery Talk: July 18 at 10 a.m.

At the Museums

Herman Melville’s Arrowhead, Pittsfield. The author’s post-1850 home, with restored study, piazza, the original fireplace and barn.

Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World, a family-friendly installation that contains more than 70 instruments, from the rare and antique to the popular and innovative, as well as performance videos, audio stations, hands-on interactives, models, touchscreens and photographs. Now – Sept. 4. BerkshireNow: Shaun O’Boyle, photographs of Antarctica. Now – Aug. 21.

Chesterwood, Home of Daniel Chester French, Stockbridge. This is the country home, studio, and gardens of the prolific American sculptor best known for his statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C. Out of Site: Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, commissioned new artworks and adapted works by 15 artists whose works directly respond to the environmental and aesthetic attributes of Chesterwood. June 16 – Oct. 9. Opening Reception: June 25 from 3–5 p.m.

The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. An Inner World, seven genre paintings by Dutch artists working in or near the city of Leiden in the seventeenth century. Now – Sept. 17. Picasso: Encounters, an exhibit exploring the artist’s interest in and experimentation with large-scale printmaking throughout his career. Now – Aug. 27. Orchestrating Elegance: Alma-Tadema and Design, the original furniture suite (including grand piano), and paintings, ceramics, textiles and sculpture from the room the painter designed for Henry Gurdon Marquand. Now – Sept. 4.

Frelinghuysen Morris House and Studio, Lenox. Former home of American abstract artists George L.K. Morris and Suzy Frelinghuysen, set on a 46-acre estate. View their paintings, frescoes and sculpture, and experience their exquisite collection of American and European Cubist art.

Gunn Memorial Library and Museum, Washington, CT. Local history collections including photographs, textiles and clothing, 18th and 19th century tools and domestic implements, decorative and fine arts, and rarities, as well as seasonal exhibits. Breathe, the first solo show by local painter Anita Healy. Now – July 22.

Hancock Shaker Village, Pittsfield. A living history museum that includes 20 historic buildings, heirloom gardens and a collection of over 22,000 original Shaker artifacts, as well as farm animals and hiking trails.

MASS MoCA, North Adams. Nick Cave: Until, a massive immersive installation where the artist uses the museum’s football field-sized space to create his largest installation to date, made up of thousands of found objects and millions of beads, which will make viewers feel as if they have entered a rich sensory tapestry. Now – Aug. Tanja Hollander: Are you really my friend?, seen in its entirety for the first time, this is Hollander’s attempt to photograph all 626 of her Facebook friends. Elizabeth King: Radical Small, an ambitious new installation combining small sculptures and large videos. Steffani Jemison: Plant You Now, Dig You Later, a sound work and an excerpt from a novella, along with formally stripped-down, conceptually layered and alluringly enigmatic photographs and drawings. In the Abstract, featuring work by Doug Ashford, Sarah Braman, Tomashi Jackson, Rosy Keyser, Eric N. Mack, Rose Marcus, Rodney McMillian, Matt Saunders and Letha Wilson. The Half-Life of Love, a group exhibit exploring the melancholic experience of romantic encounter, from honeymoon to heartbreak.

The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home, Lenox. Summer cottage of American writer Edith Wharton, best known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Age of Innocence. Open for daily tours from May–Oct. Grounds are open to the public from dawn to dusk Nov.–April. Special events, lectures, and performances take place throughout the year.

Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge. Inventing America: Rockwell and Warhol, an immersive exploration of the artistic and cultural influence of these two artists, featuring original iconic artworks; process materials and studies; archival photography, manuscripts and documents; film/video footage; and props, costumes and personal artifacts. Now – Oct. 29.

Olana State Historic Site, Hudson. The home and studio of eminent Hudson River School painter Frederic Edwin Church. OVERLOOK: Teresita Fernández confronts Frederic Church at Olana, featuring 55 works from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros including “Penetrable” by Jesus Rafael Soto, which will be sited within Olana’s landscape, and 18 site-specific works by Fernández. Now – Nov. 5.

Omi International Arts Center, Ghent. Open year round, The Fields Sculpture Park is a public exhibition space featuring over 80 contemporary sculptures. Architecture Opening & Solstice Celebration: June 24 from 5-8 p.m.

Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon, New Lebanon. The museum is open through Oct. 10.  Break Every Yoke: Shakers, Gender Equality, and Women’s Suffrage, an exhibit that traces the roles of women in Shaker society, from the earliest prophecies of Mother Ann to the battle for universal suffrage. June 16 – Oct. 9.

Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, Lenox. Built by George and Sarah Morgan as their summer home in 1891, today the National Historic Site is open to the public for tours, lectures, plays, music and other events.

Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck. Italianate villa of the Suckley family, including its last resident, Margaret (Daisy) Suckley, cousin and confidante of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Regular Tour Season: Thursdays through Sundays from May – Oct. See website for special events and holiday happenings. An American Family in World War I, to mark the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into WWI, this exhibition explores the war through the eyes of Wilderstein’s Suckley Family. Now – Oct. 4th Outdoor Sculpture Biennial, 18 sculptures gracing Wilderstein’s landscape by a diverse group of Hudson Valley artists. Now – Oct. 31.

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown. Lex and Love: Meleko Mokgosi, two new chapters in Mokgosi’s “Democratic Intuition” project, presented together for the first time. Now – Sept. 17. Robert Rauschenberg: Autobiography, with “Autobiography” as the point of departure, the exhibition combines archival documents and original works of art that speak to the ways in which Rauschenberg both found himself and inserted himself in the world. Now – Aug. 20.

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