Arts

Her work as a photographer has led her to capture some of the more memorable personalities of the late 20th century
“Close Up,” Susan Wood’s show of photographs she took on film sets from the 1960s and 1970s, will open at the Mulford Farm this weekend. Below, Ms. Wood’s photo of Monica Vitti on the set of “Modesty Blaise” in 1966. Morgan McGivern
Billy Wilder on the set of "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes"Susan Wood
Monica Vitti during the filming of "Modesty Blaise"Susan Wood
The bath scene in "Leo the Last"Susan Wood

Plenty to contemplate in terms of conceptualism, structure, and the use of light and shadow
“Untitled 10‚” from 2009, is one of the photographs featured in a show on view at the Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City. Mary Ellen Bartley, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

Ms. Seelbach is interested in the innate response of the natural world to the rotation of the earth around the sun and the resulting change of seasons
Anne Seelbach brings her concern for the East End’s fragile marine ecology to her paintings. Durell Godfrey
“In the Protean Swirl,” a 2010 work in oil on canvas.

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater

Local art news
Joanna McCarthy’s “American Porch” photograph has been released in a limited-edition print available at the Scott Harrison Gallery in Bridgehampton.

The artist is known for his enigmatic sculptures of everyday objects with a twist, large installations, and drawings and prints

A bassist, composer, arranger, educator, curator, and administrator, Mr. McBride moved to New York at the age of 17 to study at the Juilliard School but was soon conscripted into the New York jazz scene by Bobby Watson, a noted alto saxophonist
Christian McBride, accompanied by three fellow jazzmen, will headline the Sag Harbor American Music Festival with a concert tomorrow night at the Old Whalers Church.