Old East Hampton barn with art roots now cultural center – New York News

Set back off a property in East Hampton, a barn hisorically used by impressionists reopens it’s doors as an art exhibit on July 15, 2017 begining with the work of Sydney Albertini. (Credit: Raychel Brightman)

A historic barn in East Hampton is reopening this weekend as a cultural center, hearkening back to the area’s rural and artistic histories.

The recently restored barn dates from 1890. For more than a half century, it stood on a farm several miles away.

In 1948, abstract-expressionist artist John Little bought the barn and moved it to Duck Creek Farm, in Springs, near the late 18th-century…

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