Victor D’Amico Institute of Art: Artists Speak / Judith Hudson, June 13, 6 PM



Judith Hudson with Lucy Winton
Wednesday 13th June, 6 pm

The Art Barge, 110 Napeague Meadow Rd, Amagansett

The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art is pleased to present ARTISTS SPEAK, the first talk of the season taking place at The Art Barge with guest artist Judith Hudson on Wednesday 13th June, at 6 pm. Hudson will discuss her art and process, personal and professional history, and current topics related to her most recent work in an informal conversation with fellow artist Lucy Winton. A brief reception will follow.

ARTISTS SPEAK is a series of talks that began in 1983, organized by Howard Kanovitz. The inaugural series included Jimmy Ernst, Howard Kanovitz, Elaine de Kooning, Larry Rivers, and Syd Solomon. It ran through the 80s and was revived in 2013 presenting numerous noted artists, such as Christo, Eric Fischl, William King, Miriam Shapiro, James Rosenquist, April Gornick Laurie Anderson, and David Salle. From its inception, ARTISTS SPEAK has been filmed by LTV, the East Hampton public access television company.
Judith Hudson was born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. She studied at the University of Colorado (BA Fine Arts) and the California College of Art, UC Berkeley (MFA). In 1982, Hudson was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in New York City, including at MoMA PS1, The New Museum, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Marlborough Gallery, and The Drawing Center, as well as locally at Ille Arts in Amagansett, The Fireplace Project in East Hampton, Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, and Tripoli Gallery in Southampton. In 2018 Hudson was included in The Artist Curated Collection: Toward Abstraction, curated by Bryan Hunt at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Hudson lives and works in Manhattan and Amagansett, New York.
Lucy Winton (b. Boston, MA) is an artist based in Wainscott, NY, whose intimate-scale artworks draw inspiration from romantic children’s book illustrations, Romanticist paintings, and comics. Winton and Hudson share interests, ideas, and aesthetics so that a lively dialogue on art and social issues will ensue, particularly with regard to the work Hudson is currently exhibiting in Under the Covers at Tripoli Gallery: how she arrived at this material, content, and place in her work.
Concurrent to the talk, the public can visit the exhibition on view in The Barge Gallery: Promised Land Rememberedfeaturing paintings by Mabel D’Amico and a selection of photographs and research about the former menhaden fishing industry at the site of Promised Land in Amagansett.
Tickets for ARTISTS SPEAK are available online, $20 / $18 Friends.
Capacity is limited so advance purchase is recommended.
For further information, please contact or 631.267.3172.



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