By Stephanie Wade
Eric Alterman Deborah Copaken Kogan
Randall Rosenthal’s “Lunch Money”
Randall Rosenthal’s “Lunch Money” is part of an exhibit of work by Long Island wood carvers that also includes sculpture by William King.
Artists Lables
More than 20 East End artists made label-size canvases for Saturday’s silent auction at the Harvest Festival at the Ludlow farm in Bridgehampton. Above from left are labels by Arlene Slavin, Audrey Flack, Dan Rizzie, Darius Yektai, William King, and Elaine Grove.
Carmela Ciuraru Pieter M. van Hattem

Lenwood Sloan in “Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans,” which is part of the Hamptons Black International Film Festival this weekend at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.

“Wet Dog,” a work by the anonymous British artist known as Banksy
“Wet Dog,” a work by the anonymous British artist known as Banksy, is on view at a space in Southampton rented by the Keszler Gallery.

“Heading Out” by Tracy Davis is at the Golden Eagle art supply store in East Hampton through the end of the month.

In Richard Prince’s exhibit at Guild Hall, “Covering Pollock,” he literally covers well-known photographs of the artist with repeated images of musicians, celebrities, pornography, and even Pollock himself.

Russell Drumm