. Amid the Wealth of the Hamptons, an Indigenous Artist Builds a Residency for BIPOC Creators « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – Jeremy Dennis, a photographer, educator, and tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, spent the past year and a half renovating the home where he grew up on Long Island’s East End. During the first wave of the pandemic, Dennis had been living with his parents, after his plans to attend artists’ residencies had been cut short. While there, he thought there would be no better time to dedicate himself to renovating his family’s house, which had been abandoned for a decade.

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