If art’s intrinsic value is visual, shouldn’t it actually be seen?
“Storage Wars,” the latest exhibition on view at the Eric Firestone Gallery in East Hampton, offers a lot to unpack in terms of context and the commodification of art.
At Hoie Hall of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton Village
Stephanie Reit's box for 2014
Daniel Polera's contribution
Gerson Leiber's abstracted box
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Mr. Zacharias often appropriates images from comic books, magazines, and other artists
Athos Zacharias in his high-ceilinged, sky-lit studio in Springs
Brooklyn Rider is a daring, compelling, and significant string quartet that is helping to redefine the 300-year-old medium
John Glover, who won a Tony Award for “Love, Valor, and Compassion” in 1995, will play Prospero in the Bay Street reading
John Glover played one of the witches in “Macbeth” this past winter at Lincoln Center.
As Labor Day approaches, the Talkhouse continues to offer live music nightly
Marco With Love, featuring Marco Argiro, center, and Peter Landi, right, will perform at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Tuesday.
Alec Baldwin will host the event and lead a discussion with Ms. Kennedy and Stuart Herrington
Mini-concerts in Southampton
At the Parrish Art Museum