At the Montauk Library

Max Ernst came first to New York in 1941 and then followed Fernand Léger and Lucia Christofanetti to East Hampton
Max Ernst’s “The Hat Makes the Man‚” from 1920, in gouache, pencil, oil, and ink on paper, is part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. Paige Knight/Artists Rights Society, New York and ADAGP, Paris

At Guild Hall

Transformed from mere ob­jects to relics
“Maidstone Club‚” left, and “Red Cloth Cover,” from the “Reading Grey Gardens” series by Mary Ellen Bartley
An installation view of the front gallery at the Drawing Room in East Hampton, where Mary Ellen Bartley’s “Reading Grey Gardens” series is on view.

Gary Oldman's performance as Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour" is already attracting Oscar buzz. It will be shown at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival. Working Title Films
"Call Me By Your Name" stars Armie Hammer and is set in Italy.
"Killer Bees" is a documentary on the Bridgehampton High School basketball team.

An infinite cycle of re-cycling
Ryan Wallace paused next to John Riepenhoff’s “Handler” while installing his tile piece “Pitch” at the Elaine de Kooning House in Northwest Woods. Below, Mr. Wallace’s “Crostics” series of cast cubes was shown at the Susan Inglett Gallery in Chelsea in 2014. Walter Weissman
A grouping of Wallace paintings from the “Surveyor” exhibition in New York City last year

Queen Esther Marrow has performed for Presidents Reagan, Bush Sr., and Clinton; Pope John Paul II, and in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s World Crusade
Queen Esther Marrow will launch her “Here’s to Life” tour tomorrow. Thommy Mardo

The first in the third annual Art/History/Amagansett series
Randy Lerner and Dan Rizzie discussed the latter’s artwork at the Amagansett Library. Christopher Walsh

Paintings with the look and feel of German Expressionism’s woodcut prints
Enoc Perez’s nudes, including some with intense monochrome backgrounds, are at Harper’s Books in East Hampton through Oct. 15.

At Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton
After lectures at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in East Hampton, lunch will be served at LongHouse Reserve. LongHouse Reserve