A project exploring lullaby rituals from around the world
“I try to make it hard for myself. I think my specialty has been finding the hard way to make things that absolutely don’t look hard to make.”
Eugene Brodsky took a coffee break in his East Hampton studio. Below, “Lilies” derives from one of Mr. Brodsky’s “casual” images.
Eugene Brodsky’s “Storyboard 19,” above, reflects in one piece the range of imagery that characterizes his body of work. Below, “DD,” from his “Plans” series, takes off from an existing architectural plan.
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Work by David Slater will be at Peter Marcelle Gallery beginning Saturday.
Grace Coddington with her newly reissued book, "Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue," at the Antiques Shop in Bridgehampton.
At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
The Vendettas last year at Bay Street Theater
At The East Hampton Library
Carter Burwell with Elizabeth Karlsen and Phyllis Nagy at the Hamptons International Film Festival screening of "Carol," a film that along with "Anomalisa" won him the best score of 2015 from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.
Few could have foreseen just how large that vision would become
Above, Matthew Clark’s surf-inspired “Sellevois,” a face-mounted Plexiglas print.
Anh Duong’s “Eloge de l’Amour,”
Yung Jake’s “Fiji Bottles (Hi)”
Ottorino Respighi’s “Laud to the Nativity” will be the centerpiece of the program
“A Rose in Winter,” the season’s Choral Society of the Hamptons concert, will feature Respighi’s “Laud to the Nativity” as well as shorter selections in two programs at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
Susan Ecker's subject matter teems with classical, neo-classical, and postmodern references
“Two Players” by Susan Ecker has references to classicism and postmodernism refracted through the lens of Picasso and Morandi.