A view into a life fully lived
Billy Rayner divides his time between an East Side brownstone and a house in East Hampton Village.
A watercolor of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul from Mr. Rayner’s book Glitterati Incorporated
By Robert Lipsyte
Michael Light illustrated a point about one of the photographs in his large-format artist’s books at the opening of his show at the Danziger Gallery in New York City on Oct. 30.
David E. Rattray
“Meteor Crater Looking Northwest, Near Winslow, AZ,” from 2011
“Sun City, AZ,” from 2007
“Interchange of Highways 60 and 202 Looking West; Mesa, AZ,” from 2007
“L.A. River Looking Northwest, I-5 and Los Feliz at Left,” from 2004
Local art news
A new comedy series Eric Weber and his son Nick have put up on YouTube
Dad, played by Eric Weber, steps in for his painter son and gets an eyeful in an early “webisode” of “Wing Dad.”
Nick Weber hoists a towering Kelly Killoren Bensimon in “Height in the Family,” the latest episode.
The sense of loss, time’s passage, outmoded and obsolete technologies, practices, and forms is inherent in these rooms
Two pieces by Ross Watts, “Jacks” and “Tar No. 3,” flank “Love Letter” by Peter Sabbeth in an installation at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill.
Mr. Sabbeth’s installation expands to the wall, with an untitled work in chalk on black paint and two other works, “Untitled Work on Paper #7” and “Just a Painting, Buddha Says.”Sara Nightingale Photos
At the Montauk Library
at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor
At the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton
At the Clinton Academy in East Hampton