Arts

The calendar says April. The wind says otherwise.
Hector Leonardo’s “Mercier” has applied strips of acrylic paint on canvas stretched over a wood panel. Below, a Gustavo Bonevardi “Composition.”

The story of “a California surfer girl who dreamed of being a spy” but instead became a jazz musician
“Swinger! A Jazz Girl’s Adventures From Hollywood to Harlem” features stories from the stride pianist Judy Carmichael’s life and career.

Local Art News

At the Morgan Library there is “Peter Hujar: Speed of Life,” a celebration of his achievements and the Morgan’s own sizable archive, on view through May 20
Dianne Benson’s collection of Peter Hujar’s photographs, primarily from promotional work the artist did for her Dianne B. stores in Manhattan, have been on view lately in a Hujar retrospective at the Morgan Library (“Blanket in the Famous Chair,” above left, and right, “You Wouldn't Dare,” Lori Goldstein.) and at Christie’s auction house, where a sizable number of images from her collection were for sale.
Left, “Oh, Thank God,” a portrait of Ms. Benson; and right, a portrait of Ethyl Eichelberger from 1981.

By David M. Douglas
Soloists from Mexico’s Opera San Miguel, from left, Carlos Lopes, Alejandra Sandoval, Cesar Delgado, and Diana Peralta, joined John Daly Goodwin, the guest conductor, right, in the spring concert of the Choral Society of the Hamptons. Evan Harrel
Diana PeraltaDurell Godfrey
“Nature and Nostalgia in the Art of Mary Nimmo Moran (1842-1899)”
“Mary Nimmo Moran at Age 42” East Hampton Library, Long Island Collection
Mary Nimmo Moran's 1884 painting of a garden path is on view at the Osborn-Jackson House in East Hampton.

At Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor

At the Southampton Presbyterian Church

At The Parrish Art Museum
The Idomeni refugee camp in Greece from a scene in "Human Flow"

In East Hampton