Arts

At the Southampton Cultural Center

Performances by Pilobolus Dance Theater, Bebe Neuwirth, and more
Rupert Boyd, an Australian classical guitarist, and Laura Metcalf, an American cellist, of Boyd Meets Girl

Native American portrait from the Woodlands Period, by David Bunn Martine

"Montauk" by Kenneth B. Walsh, circa 1975, remains on view at Woodbine Collection in Montauk.

Magic is the norm
While installing her paintings at Ille Arts in Amagansett, Deborah Buck took a break in the gallery’s sunlit garden. Mark Segal
“Hair Wave,” left, is typical of many of Ms. Buck’s more abstract paintings, while “Kiss” reflects the strain of surreal and comical imagery in her work.
"Golden Rings" shows clearly how she often paints images over images, in this case variations on the title.

“One of the greatest choral masterpieces.”
The Choral Society of the Hamptons at their winter concert Durell Godfrey

How artists and designers look to nature and organic shapes and motifs
Georg Baselitz’s “Still Life #2” and a glazed ceramic low table by Hun Chung Lee, above, are some of the many treasures of contemporary art and design at Jeff Lincoln Art and Design in Southampton.
Wendell Castle’s “The Black Edition” table doubles as a plinth for sculpture, and paintings by Lee Mullican hang on the wall.

A partnership between the Southampton Cultural Center and the Chabad Southampton Jewish Center
“Big Sonia” is a documentary about Sonia Warshawski, a 4-foot-8 Holocaust survivor who is one of the few willing to speak publicly about her wartime experiences.

Julie Motyka and Kelly McCreary in "Intimate Apparel" Lenny Stucker

Local Art News
"String" by Christopher Engel is part of a show at Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor.