A body of work that is constantly reinventing itself
Gavin Zeigler in his Shelter Island studio, a former gas station on North Ferry Road.
“Predator #1” was inspired by a fishing boat with an aggressive prow that was docked at Greenport. Tom Young
A close look at “Circuit Breaker” reveals the canceled payroll checks that have been glued to the surface, painted, and sanded. Gary Mamay
Featuring the work of 14 artists, the group seems like a mixed bag, but Tripoli Patterson, the show’s curator, has found subtle but resonant affinities between them
Yung Jake’s “Pinar Water With Rusted Metal,” left, features vinyl wrap on found metal. It is on view with “Resin Series: Red Zinnia 1”, right, by Darius Yektai.
"Assemblage Malfunction Silky Smooth," 2014 by Dylan Lynch is more than 7 feet long.
Nathalie Shepherd's "Surfer Cats" from last year
Rare footage of the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Jimi Hendrix
The HooDoo Loungers will perform in several events at Bay Street Theater in the coming weeks, including “The Beatles vs. the Rolling Stones” on Feb. 7.
A scene from the latest "Legends" film compilation
Last year's New Orleans party at Bay Street
A mardi gras reveler
At the John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall
At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church
The pitfalls, pauses, and the effects on the entire family as mothers and daughters face myriad pre-wedding day choices
Linda Aydinian and Rebecca Edana
Michael Disher photos
A group portrait of the cast
Holly Marie Dunn, Stephanie Grady, Tom Gregory, Rebecca Edana, and April Schiavoni
The moms, as played by Susan Cincotta, Joan Lyons, Karin Greene, Frances Sherman, and Linda Aydinian, look appalled in this scene.
Rebecca Edana and April Schiavoni play blushing brides in the play
Local art news
Jack Lenor Larsen will speak at the Parrish tomorrow.
Six weeks of activities to keep even the most astute aficionado of cultural events busy and sated
A scene from "John," a National Theatre Live presentation coming up at Guild Hall.
Linda Capello will teach a figure drawing class at the Parrish Art Museum beginning in January.Linda Capello
Jack Larsen will speak at the Parrish Art Museum on Friday, Jan. 16 at 6 p.m.Durell Godfrey
"Time Stands Still," a play about journalists affected by the Iraq War will open Thursday at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue.Tom Kochie
Nancy Atlas will once again take over Bay Street Theatre on Friday nights this winter with her Fireside Sessions, which welcome guest musicians to play with her and others.
The program will include a never-before-seen video of Wallach’s performance as Mr. Green, his last starring role on the stage
Eli Wallach and Jeff Baron
“Time Stands Still” opened in Los Angeles in 2009 and moved to Broadway in 2010
A lighter moment in the drama “Time Stands Still”
Sarah Goodwin and John Carlin portray a photojournalist and a reporter trying to adjust to domestic life together after returning from Iraq. Tom Kochie