Arts

At the Tucson Symphony Center

Timothy Simonson and Kathleen Chalfont in a scene from Clare Coss’s play “Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington.” Ronald L. Glassman

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A detail of José Carlos Casado’s installation “Sacrifice” Jennifer Landes

Exhibition highlights the work of kindergarten through eighth-grade artists
Abigail Loos, a home-schooled eighth grader, wore clothes similar to her colorful drawings at the exhibition opening on Saturday. Morgan McGivern
Austin Brown held a sculpture of his pet German shepherd.Morgan McGivern
Zoe and Maya Leathers and Willow Muchnic, in front of pictures by Maya's second-grade class at the John M. Marshall Elementary School.Durell Godfrey
Aiden Genender played guitar during the opening festivities.Durell Godfrey
Tom Desmond posed with a favorite piece.Durell Godfrey
This viewer appeared influenced by the work, portraits in the style of Modigliani by Sagaponack students.Durell Godfrey
Anika Petruccelli pointed to her work, part of a collection of portraits on recycled CD cases by John M. Marshall Elementary School third graders.Durell Godfrey

A thorough and intimate glimpse into the artist’s life, process, and preparation for the MoMA show
Marina Abramovic opened up her life and her process to participate in the film.
If you are coming to see a work of new, jaw-dropping ideas about the differences and similarities between men and women, then boy, did you take a wrong turn

The light in her sun-splashed images is excruciatingly and inescapably radiant, the kind of light chosen to make cockroaches scurry
Unsettling elements surround the sunbathers in Elizabeth Huey’s painting “Haven for the Tender Hearted.”
Other works in the exhibition belie the apparent tranquillity of Elizabeth Huey’s sun-splashed painting “Observation Pool.”

At the Clark Arts Center on its Shelter Island campus

At the East Hampton Historical Society

At the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan