Saul Steinberg’s singular vision is being celebrated at Pace Gallery in New York City with drawings such as “Noser#5” from 1980.
The Saul Steinberg Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; and Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York Photos
The photographs “Chest of Drawers Cityscape,” left, from 1950, and this untitled work, right, using a wall, boxes, and paper to capture an image of women seated on a bench.
Friends and colleagues celebrated the life and work of Brian Gaman, an artist who lived in Springs and New York City, at a memorial exhibition held Friday at Art Helix in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Janet Goleas, an East Hampton curator, was one of seven speakers. Mr. Gaman died on July 1 at the age of 65.
Astrid Myers-Rosset with a portion of the wall, which will be fully revealed in the film “Barney’s Wall.”
David Amran serenaded Astrid Myers-Rosset with a Chinese hulusi flute in the loft she shared with her late husband, Barney Rosset, as David Leitner filmed the exchange. Rosset’s wall can be seen in the background. Jennifer Landes