It’s not just the trees, animals, and flowers that go dormant here until the spring. After a long fall and holiday season, the next few weeks will challenge the heartiest of the year-round and off-season denizens to dare to brave the elements in order to partake in the scant cultural offerings and opportunities to socialize.
With so many taking well-deserved breaks, we are lucky that the online and offline project of Coco Myers, Folioeast, continues to return every year to the retail space seasonally vacated by Malia Mills on East Hampton’s Main Street. It isn’t a huge space, but she always manages to fill it thoughtfully with work by area artists.
In her latest exhibition, “On and Off the Wall,” she makes the most of the space with a grouping of sculptures from some new and familiar faces. It is a lively and fresh installation, allowing us to see old friends in unexpected ways. Intermittent pops of color enliven the space and the art around them, never overpowering, but just right. READ MORE >