Arts

“Architecture: Does Modernism Still Matter?”
Irwin and Joyce Hunt hired Andrew Geller to design their house on Fire Island.

A credo of humanizing the arts
Surrounded by nothing but the elements, the Art Barge offers an idyllic spot for artists to explore and create, with summer-long classes in a variety of mediums. Judy D’Mello
The 500-ton Navy barge, beached on the Napeague shoreline, was transformed into Victor D’Amico’s vision of an artists’ studio. Judy D’Mello

The 50th annual Springs invitational art exhibition
This year’s invitational exhibition in Springs will include Nicolas Tarr’s “Ghost in the Machine,” one of his lensed-box series from the 1990s, when his interest in optics and illusion was at its peak.
Teresa Lawler’s “Rosie” is made from fused glass and paper.

An innovative approach to the enduring wit and captivating plot of Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy
Hannah Cabell, David Samuel, Leenya Rideout, Kyle Scatliffe, and Ellen Burstyn seem to have mixed feelings about the music in “As You Like It.” Lenny Stucker

“a mass of narratives that do not create a unified universe as much as a meandering jump-cut reality,”
“Ariocarpus-Apatite (Any Not Frightened Now Lacks Imagination),” foreground, and “White Limousine Reader, Laurel Canyon (DRIcore SMARTWALL, Yellow 5, Red 40, Blue 1, Water, 2-Hexoxyethanol,Butoxypropanol, Acetic Acid, Hammer)”
Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe’s “Starchamber #2 (South African Ice Capades)‚” a mixed-media collage from this year

Photorealism began in California and New York City nearly 50 years ago
Ralph Goings's "Miss Albany Diner" from 1993 Heskell Family Collection/(c) Ralph Goings

Featuring little-known paintings from Eastern Europe

At the residence of the architects Peter Gumpel and Marcia Previti

At Guild Hall

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill