Arts

By Kurt Wenzel
As directed by Stephen Hamilton, the cast of “All My Sons‚” at Guild Hall, from left, Laurie Metcalf, Alec Baldwin, Cailin McGee, and Ryan Eggold, provides a flawlessly acted production. Gary Mamay
“the hook for my show is the history of magic. I’m an academic at heart.”
Allan Zola Kronzek’s study was jam-packed with books on magic and jazz CDs, a reflection of two of his passions. Mark Segal

By Kurt Wenzel
Justine Lupe and Teddy Bergman portray two of the “hyper-educated millennials” in “The New Sincerity” at Bay Street. Lenny Stucker photos
Justine Lupe and Elvy Yost
Terry Bergman and Justine Lupe
Peter Mark Kendall, Justine Lupe, and Teddy Bergman
The Grenning Gallery’s “American Paintings, 1820-1955” is a small show that is long on history.
“Morning Glouchester,” painted in 1915 by Guy Wiggins, shows an American interpretation of French Impressionism.
"Inlet on Ogunquit, Maine" painted by Clarence Chatterton in 1925
"Oriental Iris--6 Varieties" by John Ferguson Weir from 1900

At Guild Hall
"Best of Enemies," about the fierce debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley during the 1968 Republican and Democratic conventions, is first up at this season's SummerDocs series.

At the Jewish Center of the Hamptons and at the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At The Watermill Center

Local art news

A benefit barbecue Mr. Yellin held in Brooklyn attracted almost as much metropolitan and national attention as the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala held the same week
An untitled work by Dustin Yellin featuring different interpretations of game boards in layered glass is installed on the front lawn of the Fireplace Project in Springs.
"Magic Carpet" from 2014
"Psychogeography 53" from 2014
"Static White Couple" from 2014
"Untitled (Mirror Disruption) 10" from 2014