A respite from the lavish art fairs held in the Hamptons during the summer
The region’s artists come to show and its collectors come to buy at Guild Hall’s Clothesline Art Sale, which will celebrate its 69th year on Saturday. Durell Godfrey

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

The evolving nature of photography and mechanical reproduction
“Garden”, left, by Bryan Graf. Right, Ethan Greenbaum’s 3-D powder prints

Edward Burns was caught in a pensive moment on the set of “Public Morals,” the series he created that will premiere on TNT on Aug. 25.
Michael Rapaport plays Charlie Bullman, Terry Muldoon’s partner in “Public Morals.”

“Reinventing the Helm: Self-Styled Nautical Activists Pirate the Canon of Maritime Art,”
“Anker,” a sculpture by Eric Slayton, is a complicated composition of steel, chain link, cordage, high-density closed-cell foam, and the seawater in which it is currently immersed.

“When I came across the beautiful watercolors of Eric Fischl, I immediately felt this inspiration and began sketching out the music that I was hearing."
Bruce Wolosoff composed a four-movement piece of music inspired by Eric Fischl’s watercolors. The Eroica Trio will perform it at Guild Hall tomorrow.

" . . . how bold it would be if we could tell something entirely in Marlon’s own words.”
An archival still of Marlon Brando and his daughter, Cheyenne, from “Listen to Me Marlon” Mike Gillman, Showtime

Local art news
Kaye Donachie's "Solitude Chases" is part of "Dearest . . ." at the Fireplace Project beginning Friday.