Gallery Co-Founder Hilary Schaffner, a descendant of one of the first families of The Hamptons, on introducing a new generation of artists to the community.
Innovative architect Tommy Zung on creating elegant and functional, tech-driven residences in East Hampton and beyond
“Artworks in public spaces open up new possibilities for the viewer to lose his timidity towards art,” Jeppe Hein says.
They fused the glitchy, Internet-friendly aesthetic of his millennial generation with the most ancient of Eastern folk art traditions.
The iconic Japanese artist & designer uses light, space and, sometimes, straws, to transform furniture and architecture into crystals and clouds
“I only paint in the Hamptons,” Zises says. “I need the aloneness to be creative and there’s nothing quite like winter in the Hamptons for that.”
Nick Gregory doesn’t see The Hamptons as a place to escape work, but rather, as a site where some of his best work happens.
The only decision that needs making is whether to start with swimming and then go surfing, or surf before splashing around.
“In Manhattan, you rattle a pot and pan, and someone hears it,” Rubin says. “Out here, if I want to play some loud music, I can’t possibly bother my neighbors.”