Arts

“My Side of the Car”
“My Side of the Car”

David Matterhorn’s images of the graves of, clockwise from upper left, Harry Houdini and Jackson Pollock, and tombstones “Paisley,” and “Greenacres,” taken at Cedar Lawn Cemetery.

John Pomianowski’s paintings of where land meets sea in Montauk
John Pomianowski’s paintings of where land meets sea in Montauk can be seen at the hamlet’s Outeast Gallery. Russell Drumm

"Jeff Who LIves at Home," starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms
"Jeff Who LIves at Home," starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms as brothers, will be the Hamptons International Film Festival's opening night feature.

“Untitled (The Cow Jumps Over the Moon)”
“Untitled (The Cow Jumps Over the Moon),” in the collection of the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, shows the influence of Joan Miro and Arshile Gorky on de Kooning in the late 1930s. Willem de Kooning Foundation/ Artists Rights Society, New York, Photos


scene from John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men,”
Lennie (Seth Fredericks) snaps and needs to be held back in a tense bunkhouse scene from John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men,” which is at the Levitas Center for the Arts in Southampton through Sunday. Tom Kochie

By Stephanie Wade
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Randall Rosenthal’s “Lunch Money”
Randall Rosenthal’s “Lunch Money” is part of an exhibit of work by Long Island wood carvers that also includes sculpture by William King.
Artists Lables
More than 20 East End artists made label-size canvases for Saturday’s silent auction at the Harvest Festival at the Ludlow farm in Bridgehampton. Above from left are labels by Arlene Slavin, Audrey Flack, Dan Rizzie, Darius Yektai, William King, and Elaine Grove.