Arthur Dove and Helen Torr Cottage

Arthur Dove and Helen Torr Cottage

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Centerport, New York

Renowned modernists Arthur Dove and Helen Torr spent decades in Huntington, New York, where they each found inspiration for innovative art in their immediate surroundings. Their home, a former post office and general store perched on the banks of Titus Mill Pond, is now part of The Heckscher Museum of Art. The Museum’s collection features paintings, drawings, and watercolors by Dove, as well as the largest public collection of Torr’s work.

Arts Center at Duck Creek

Arts Center at Duck Creek

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East Hampton, New York

The Arts Center at Duck Creek operates in the 19th Century barn once owned by abstract expressionist John Little, who in the 1950's used this space as a studio and meeting place for artists in the then burgeoning art colony of Springs, East Hampton.

D'Amico Institute (The Art Barge)

D'Amico Institute (The Art Barge)

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Amagansett, New York

Victor and Mabel’s D’Amico’s most lasting achievement, The Art Barge in Amagansett, was founded in 1960 as a summer outpost of The Museum of Modern Art.  Victor beached a retired World War II Navy barge on the south shore of Napeague Harbor on land that was owned by Mabel. An upper deck was added to the original structure, which was renovated to accommodate studios and workshop space. It is at The Art Barge where Victor and Mabel’s ideas flourish and continue to be utilized in teaching generations of students.

Elaine de Kooning House

Elaine de Kooning House

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East Hampton, New York

In 1975, when artist Elaine de Kooning was reconciling with her husband, Willem, she purchased a traditional saltbox house on Alewive Brook Road in East Hampton, N.Y. Elaine later added the studio where she created her final series of paintings, Bacchus (1976-1983) and Cave Paintings (1983-1988). DuringThe Elaine de Kooning House and Studio has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2022 by the United States Department of the Interior. Since 2011, the Elaine de Kooning House has hosted exhibitions and informal artist residencies.

Leiber Museum

Leiber Museum

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East Hampton, New York

The Leiber Collection is a beautiful jewel of a museum surrounded by a sublime sculpture garden located on Long Island in the East Hampton hamlet of Springs. Created as a nexus of Art, Fashion and Culture, it provides an experience unlike any other on the East End.

LongHouse Reserve

LongHouse Reserve

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East Hampton, New York

LongHouse Reserve, located in East Hampton, NY was created in 1991 by Jack Lenor Larsen and its mission is to exemplify living with art in all forms. Through its gardens, sculptures, arboretum and educational programs, LongHouse Reserve presents to the public the intersection of art and nature in the spirit and with the conviction that the arts are central to living wholly and creatively.

The Dan Flavin Art Institute at Dia Bridgehampton

The Dan Flavin Art Institute at Dia Bridgehampton

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Bridgehampton, New York

Established by Dia Art Foundation in 1983, Dia Bridgehampton was designed by Dan Flavin to permanently house an installation of his work alongside a program of temporary exhibitions. With Dia’s support, Flavin renovated this turn-of-the-century Shingle-style firehouse, then church, converting its vestibule and second floor into a permanent display of his signature works in fluorescent light.

Pollock-Krasner House

Pollock-Krasner House

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East Hampton, New York

The former home and studio of two of America’s foremost abstract painters, a National Historic Landmark, preserves the environment that inspired them and contains evidence of their creative processes. Wearing special padded slippers, visitors walk on the studio floor covered with the brilliant colors and rhythmic gestures found in Pollock’s masterpieces. Evidence of Krasner’s dynamic painting technique is visible on the studio walls.

The Watermill Center

The Watermill Center

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Watermill, New York

Founded in 1992 by avant-garde visionary Robert Wilson, The Watermill Center is an interdisciplinary laboratory for the arts and humanities situated on ten acres of Shinnecock ancestral territory on Long Island’s East End. With an emphasis on creativity and collaboration, The Center offers year-round artist residencies and education programs, providing a global community with the time, space, and freedom to create and inspire.

Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio

Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio

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East Hampton, New York

The Studio, as it has been known since the Moran family first occupied it, comprises Thomas Moran’s studio and the rooms they lived in, as well as the gardens and outbuildings. Overlooking the Village Green and Town Pond, the property offers one of the most distinguished vistas on Long Island’s East End and serves as the gateway to East Hampton’s Main Street Historic District.

William Sidney Mount House

William Sidney Mount House

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Stony Brook, New York

While William Sidney Mount’s works are often on view at the Long Island Museum (the largest repository for his paintings, sketches, and archival materials, located nearly ¼ of a mile away), the house is open by appointment only and also for periodic special occasions.