Virva Hinnemo adopted cardboard as her primary material last summer
Virva Hinnemo with “Two Things,” one of her recent large-scale paintings on cardboard
Virva Hinnemo’s application of broad, sweeping brushstrokes to found cardboard is highlighted in “Giant.”
Virva Hinnemo's "Twin Thought" makes use of a guitar box.
A neon pioneer
Stephen Antonakos’s neon sculptures are given lavish full-wall installations and matched with drawings similar in tone or color in the Drawing Room’s galleries.
"On the Floor Corner Blue Neon" from 1974
"Inside Corner Neon," 1974
Featuring Howard Johnson, one of the world’s top jazz tuba players
Howard Johnson, one of the world’s top jazz tuba players, will join tonight’s Jam Session at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor.
At the Museum of Modern Art
First performed at London’s Donmar Warehouse in 2013
Kevin O’Rourke as Tommy and J. Stephen Brantley as Doc in “The Night Alive”
Local Art News
Terry Thompson, Edwina von Gal, and Anahi DeCanio posed in front of Michele Dragonetti’s boat prow collection at Ashawagh Hall in Springs Saturday night.
Free readings of plays and musicals in development by four writers
At Guild Hall
At the Southampton Cultural Center