Arts

“Time Stands Still,” another powerful work by the Pulitzer Prize-winner Donald Margulies, is a commentary on war, relationships, and the tragically intellectual
Kate Kenney, John Carlin, Sandy York, and John L. Payne in a tense moment from “Time Stands Still.” Tom Kochie


At the Bridgehampton Museum
Pamela Luss will perform Saturday in the Bridgehampton Museum’s Parlor Jazz series.

At The Watermill Center

At the Montauk Library

A work conceived and directed by Lloyd Newson and produced by London’s DV8 Physical Theatre

At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church

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A body of work that is constantly reinventing itself
Gavin Zeigler in his Shelter Island studio, a former gas station on North Ferry Road. Mark Segal
“Predator #1” was inspired by a fishing boat with an aggressive prow that was docked at Greenport. Tom Young
A close look at “Circuit Breaker” reveals the canceled payroll checks that have been glued to the surface, painted, and sanded. Gary Mamay

Featuring the work of 14 artists, the group seems like a mixed bag, but Tripoli Patterson, the show’s curator, has found subtle but resonant affinities between them
Yung Jake’s “Pinar Water With Rusted Metal,” left, features vinyl wrap on found metal. It is on view with “Resin Series: Red Zinnia 1”, right, by Darius Yektai.
"Assemblage Malfunction Silky Smooth," 2014 by Dylan Lynch is more than 7 feet long.
Nathalie Shepherd's "Surfer Cats" from last year