The Drawing Room in East Hampton will present “Perspectives on Land, Sea, and Sky,” an exhibition of work by Robert Dash, Jane Freilicher, Fairfield Porter, and Jane Wilson, from tomorrow through Dec. 7. The Accabonac Protection Committee will present a show at Ashawagh Hall this weekend called “Images of Accabonac”. The show will celebrate the...
The Southampton Cultural Center's “Material Matters” is the latest exhibition that culls an unusual and thoughtful assemblage of artists and genres.
The Met: Live in HD will present Wagner’s “Tannhauser” in its first return to the Metropolitan Opera stage in more than a decade, on Saturday at noon at Guild Hall. The opera, which premiered in 1845 in Dresden, centers on the struggle between sacred and profane love, and redemption through love.
Jack Lenor Larsen, the internationally acclaimed textile designer, collector, and founder of LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton, has two more honors to add to his extensive resume.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will throw a Halloween costume ball featuring the HooDoo Loungers and some special friends on Saturday at 8 p.m. Voodoo will be in the air, according to the theater, and the dance floor will be jumping to the music of the nine-piece New Orleans party band.
The Southampton Cultural Center will present “Songs of Spheres and Other Autumnal Wonders,” an evening of cabaret with Karen Oberlin, on Saturday at 7 p.m.
According to John Gruen, there are not many photographs of his wife, Jane Wilson, and Jane Freilicher together. As the unofficial documentarian of the East End faction of the New York School, he would know. But he has also testified in his autobiography to their friendship and artistic kinship, often painting together in the early years of their...
Jim Gemake likes to find things. For the past 50 years, whether in New York City, traveling abroad, or on the East End, he has picked up stuff from the streets, brought it home, and, if it met certain conditions, incorporated it into his art.
In a review of a recent BBC adaption of “An Inspector Calls,” The Guardian observed that if, in the play’s final speech, you replace the name of its deceased character Eva with the name of the 3-year old Syrian boy whose body washed up recently on a beach in Greece, the play’s universal themes become even more relevant to the world as we know it...