A visual dialogue between discrete triads of artists who work and live on the East End
Left,Ben Butler’s “Elegy to the Disappearance of Objects,” Right, Tony Oursler’s “#ISO”.
Elisabeth Bernstein; Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong
Suzanne Anker’s “Vanitas (in a petri dish)”
Next summer the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will open its Mainstage season with the world premiere of “The Man in the Ceiling,”
Jules Feiffer’s musical, “The Man in the Ceiling,” was first presented in May in a staged reading at Bay Street.
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"Preston Hollow #2," an inkjet print by William Eric Brown
Now 86, Phyllis Hammond shows no sign of slowing down
Phyllis Hammond’s Springs studio is a maze of colorful aluminum sculptures.
Mark Segal Photos
Four of Ms. Hammond’s works are spending the next six months at the library in Summit, N.J.
The images were feats of analog technology
The photographer Ozzie Sweet depicted a bucolic New Hampshire winter in “Snowmobile Pulling 9 Sleds.”
The mother in Norman C. Kerr’s 1965 image “Family by Fireplace,” top, and the cowboy in Herbert Archer and John Hood’s western panorama captured quintessentially Kodak moments.
By David M. Douglas
The recent Choral Society of the Hamptons holiday concert was “what community music-making can and should be.”
At Guild Hall
Eric Owens and Susanna Phillips in "L'Amour de Loin"
Malia Mills has decided to make its empty space available to artists for a series of exhibitions
Margaret Garrett’s “Shape Shifter” will be on view at Malia Mills through December.
Left, Bastienne Schmidt’s “Turquoise Geometry”. Right, Almond Zigmund’s “Untitled Inversion” combines flocking, enamel, and acrylic on stretched paper.
At the Southampton Arts Center