Now in its 7th edition, the Long Island Biennial is a juried exhibition that fosters deeper connections between contemporary artists from Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the communities in which they live and work. Created in the last two years, the works that will be on view represent a vital cross-section of Long Island’s contemporary art. Contemporary art has been essential to The Heckscher Museum of Art since its founding in 1920. We remain committed to sharing inspiring and thought-provoking new art with our visitors.
The 2022 Long Island Biennial features artwork by 57 contemporary artists from across Nassau & Suffolk counties. 723 artwork entries were received, with 97 selected for exhibition representing artists living in communities stretching from Lynbrook to East Hampton.
Sponsored by The Cunniff Family and Robin T. Hadley
This year’s exhibition was juried by Dr. Susan Van Scoy, Professor of Art History at St. Joseph’s College; Heather Carter, art advisor at Carter Fine Art Services; and Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso, contemporary fine artist. Photo Lens Marks.
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