Arts

Rami Margron, Max Samuels, and Christopher Daftsios, from left, star with Nazli Sarpkaya (not pictured) in “Angry Young Man” at Guild Hall.

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At East Hampton’s legendary Grey Gardens, a “fairy cottage” beckons through a break in the plantings.

A story about African-American art and Sag Harbor’s African-American community
E.T. Williams Jr. was flanked by a suite of woodcuts by Hale Woodruff and a colorful abstract painting by Claude Lawrence. Durell Godfrey
Claude Lawrence’s “Slipping‚” from 2004, is typical of his abstract paintings, but a close look reveals a few quirky pictorial elements. Philadelphia Museum of Art

At the Southampton Cultural Center and at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in East Hampton
Itzhak Perlman Lisa Marie Mazzucco

The artist revels in the various techniques of relief and intaglio printing
“Untitled (Ocean),” a 1995 wood engraving by Vija Celmins, printed by Leslie Miller at the Grenfell Press, is on view at the Drawing Room Gallery in East Hampton.
At the Montauk Community Church

At the Montauk Library

At the Watermill Center

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“Larry had been involved with Jewish life and culture for most of his life.”
Larry Rivers's "Fall in the Forrest" will be on view at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor through Sept. 6.
Larry Rivers's "Berdie" is a portrait of his mother-in-law.
In “Jews Harp,” Larry Rivers applies his fine draftsmanship and sharp sense of humor to a Jewish theme, broadly defined in this instance.