Arts

Famous and never-before-seen works from Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Mademoiselle, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, and GQ
Gosta and Pat Peterson enjoyed a moment at the opening of his exhibition at the Turn Gallery in New York. Brandt Bolding
A classic fashion photoGosta Peterson
A 1967 image of Twiggy from The New York TimesGosta Peterson

Local art news
On Saturday, Bogdan Renczyński, a protege of Tadeusz Kantor, will lead a workshop at the Watermill Center dedicated to the Polish visual artist and theater director, who died in 1990..

Susan Rosenbaum | October 19, 2000

Her latest opera, which is still a work in progress, is “Clara,” about Clara Schumann
Victoria Bond, below, will present an Operatif introductory talk before The Met: Live in HD presentation of “Bluebeard’s Castle,” above, and “Iolanta” on Feb. 14. Krzysztof Bielinski

An exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center in honor of Black History Month
The Southampton Cultural Center is presenting “Reflections in Black” for Black History Month, a group show that includes work by artists such as, above, Danny Simmons,and, below, Rosa Hanna Scott.
Tina Andrews
Tina Andrews’s “Silk Road” paintings incorporate applied material to give them a tactile and sculptural feel.
“The New Sincerity” follows Rose Spencer, a young journalist whose literary circle gets involved with an Occupy-type movement
“Grey Gardens: A Musical” will be staged at Bay Street Theater in August.
From left, Jason Alexander, Alena Smith, Bob Balaban

At the Hearst Tower in Manhattan

At the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton
Christine Morro

At the Bridgehampton Museum’s Archive Building