By Kurt Wenzel
Solid performances by a cast including, from left, Edward Kassar, James Baio, Christopher Darrin, Catherine Maloney, Rebecca Edana, and Diana Marbury deliver in Neil Simon’s masterpiece, “Lost in Yonkers.”
The graffiti captured by the photographers Ann Brandeis, Kat O’Neill, and Guy Pierno looks fresh and exuberant
The artists known as CES, at left, and YES2 painted on canvas and surfboards at an opening at the White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton on Saturday. Below, a painting by CES on view in the show.
“Crash Daze by CES” is a Guy Pierno photograph of a rooftop graffiti installation in the Bronx.
Playing at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett tomorrow at 8 p.m
Roses Grove Band, featuring, from left, Charles Gallanti, Jon (Hondo) Weissberg, Brian LeClerc, and Ben Chaleff, will perform music of the Grateful Dead tomorrow at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett.
At the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church
The Miro Quartet
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Philippe Cheng's ephermal art photography will be the subject of a panel discussion on Friday at the Parrish Art Museum.
At the Bridgehampton Community House
An installation by Dan Snow in Scotland
At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
At the Montauk Library
At the Southampton Cultural Center
A substantial body of ceramic sculpture that reflects a ceaselessly inquiring mind and a thirst for experimentation with different materials and techniques
At home in Northwest Woods, Setha Low paused for a moment of respite between her two busy careers.
Left, elements of the female body are faintly suggested in Setha Low’s “Unwrapped Raku.” Both “Disco Dancer,” center, and “Ruffled Blue”, right, resemble breastplates or body armor. In its use of shiny, colorful glazes, “Ruffled Blue” is something of a departure for Dr. Low, who prefers matte finishes.