At the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in Manhattan
Fairfield Porter’s “Claire White,” from 1960, is one of the artist’s sunnier canvases. Private Collection/Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York Photos
“Still Life of Flowers on a Mirror” is a nod to the obsession of Dutch masters.
“Twilight” was painted the year Fairfield Porter died and offers a more diffuse, atmospheric approach to a landscape than is typically associated with him. Private Collection/Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

Badfinger signed to the Beatles’ label, Apple Records, in 1968
Joey Molland’s Badfinger will perform at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead on Saturday.

At Guild Hall

At the Montauk Library

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At the Southampton Arts Center

Two series take the Long Island Serial Killer case as a launching point

The festival will present “Un Tango Mas (Our Last Tango),” a relatively big-budget film from Argentina
Doris Nuala in a scene from “Vengo Volviendo”

A grand Tudor space with a stage and formal gardens on Huntting Lane in East Hampton Village
The Tudor building on Huntting Lane in East Hampton called the Playhouse was a gift to the 16-year-old Marjorie Woodhouse from her parents, and held an Elizabethan-style theater.Below, in a stereopticon photograph, formal gardens outside the 1916 Playhouse include original fountains, stone terraces, garden sculptures, and specimen plantings. Above, Richard Brockman and Mirra Bank, the owners, continued its use for the performing arts for a while, offering master classes in music to local students. The space, though preserved, is now a residence.
An original stained-glass window in the Playhouse includes images of the east, west, north, and south winds. Below right, the 70-foot grand salon has cathedral ceilings and tall leaded glass windows. The stage was at one end, and at the other a balcony held a pipe organ. Below left, the building evokes early-20th-century style and life, both indoors and out.

The vitality of the paintings and other artworks and the energy of his family made the show feel as festive as it was intended to be
Francesco Bologna revered Tiepolo and Rubens, but in this still life he painted like Cézanne.
The Springs General Store appeared to be a favorite subject of Francesco Bologna.