In a still from "Banksy Does New York," Stephan Keszler sits at his desk in his booth at Art Southampton this past July with "Sphinx" in the foreground. HBO
Banksy’s “Sphinx” sculpture was prominently displayed at the Keszler Gallery booth during the Art Southampton fair’s V.I.P. opening in July, with Stephan Keszler in the background, far left, and his gallery manager, Chris Arnold, in the foreground. Jennifer Landes
Stephan Keszler brought his Banksy works to Art Silicon Valley recently.Keszler Gallery
The heart balloon Banksy put on a wall in Red Hook sold at Art Silicon ValleyKeszler Gallery
Mr. Keszler also has the car door from the day 9 installation Banksy put on the Lower East Side.Keszler Gallery
In a scene from “Banksy Does New York,” a Bronx wall that once displayed his rendering of a leopard-like cat with a coat composed of graffiti is shown scrubbed of itHBO
A crowd scene at one of Banksy's installations from the filmHBO
A truck door from day 26 is also being sold by Stephan Keszler.Keszler Gallery

A performance of the Round Table Theatre Company’s “Hamlet” at Guild Hall
Evan Daves plays Laertes in “Hamlet” at Guild Hall. Barbara Jo Howard
Tristan Vaughan considers the skull of “poor Yorick” in “Hamlet.” Barbara Jo Howard

A project of the Box Collective

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At The Watermill Center

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

The trajectory from Queens, where Ms. Jackson grew up, to East Hampton was not always easy
Ruby Jackson, left, and Krista Biedenbach, her successor as assistant to the director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs, shared a moment in the museum’s office. Morgan McGivern

Louise Eastman’s steadfast avoidance of canvas or paper is a laudable twist on conventional art-making that still hangs on a wall
Although Louise Eastman’s woven fiberworks have been mounted on board to hang appropriately in the arched, unfinished rafters of the gallery’s loft, they normally hang without backing. Gary Mamay

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