At Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater
The inventor of the Solarplate process and director of Hampton Editions Ltd
Dan Welden examined a portfolio of Solarplate prints in his mezzanine studio in Noyac.
Dan Welden looked out from his second-floor balcony. Its curved railing is supported by hand-twisted branches. Mark Segal
“Night Invitation” reveals some of the expressive possibilities of Solarplate printmaking.
By Adam Judd
Nita Baxani, a soprano, was one of the soloists.
Dominic Inferrera, a baritone, was a soloist at Sunday’s spring concert of the Choral Society of the Hamptons. Durell Godfrey
The choir with the musicians were led by Mark Mangini.Durell Godfrey
Beginning tomorrow at 1 p.m. with a screening at Francesca Fini’s “Ofelia No Anneka (Ophelia Did Not Drown)”
"Timelapse" by Alan Lucien Oyen
Basco VazkoPaloma Palomino
A pristine and heady space
Fulvio Massi’s 2014 work “Abacus” stands well on its own, but looks more like part of an installation at his Ille Arts exhibition.
“Winter Wishes, Summer Dreams”
“Lost in Yonkers” is set in the summer of 1942
At the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island
At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
By Kurt Wenzel
Chloe Dirksen and Jessica Mortellaro, right, may shake “your wintry Hamptons complacency” with their performances in “This Wide Night.”
Chloe Dirksen, top, and Jessica Mortellaro play two former prison cellmates who cannot quite make it in the real world after they finish their sentences.