At the Bay Street Theater
Although Matt Vega pursued figurative painting in college, he received his Yale M.F.A. in photography and practiced it prolifically and exclusively until 2012
Matt Vega’s basement studio in Amagansett is filled with hundreds of paintings from series he often works on simultaneously. These are some of his most recent works.
An untitled painting from Matt Vega’s “Dimorphism” series, above, and one from his “Imagined Landscapes” series
Representing the fields of literary, performing, and visual arts, and in curatorial/critical studies, were selected from 131 online applicants by members of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts
Marianna Levine, Ruth Appelhof, and Eric Fischl at Guild House last year.
“South of the Border: The Latin Side of Charlie Parker!” will serve as a tribute to the saxophonist’s foray into “the Latin Tinge,”
Charlie Parker's "South of the Border" album
In Sag Harbor
Released in 1962, the film was produced by the late Alan J. Pakula, who was a South Fork part-timer
Gregory Peck and Brock Peters in “To Kill a Mockingbird”
Local Art News
Placido Domingo will star in the lead role
A scene from "Nabucco"
Marty Sohl, Metropolitan Opera
At The Hampton Theatre Company
A holiday season institution on the South Fork
Southampton’s Tripoli Gallery has included work by Saskia Friedrich and Susan Tepper, above, and Jeremy Grosvenor, below, in its annual “Thanksgiving Collective” show.
Jeremy Dennis, Tripoli Gallery
Sculpture by Keith Sonnier, left, and paintings by Jennifer Cross at the Tripoli Gallery. Jeremy Dennis, Tripoli Gallery