At the Montauk Library
At the Southampton Cultural Center
A substantial body of ceramic sculpture that reflects a ceaselessly inquiring mind and a thirst for experimentation with different materials and techniques
At home in Northwest Woods, Setha Low paused for a moment of respite between her two busy careers.
Left, elements of the female body are faintly suggested in Setha Low’s “Unwrapped Raku.” Both “Disco Dancer,” center, and “Ruffled Blue”, right, resemble breastplates or body armor. In its use of shiny, colorful glazes, “Ruffled Blue” is something of a departure for Dr. Low, who prefers matte finishes.
A lovely white-box space with Modernist furniture and lots of wall space for hanging art
Harper Levine and his wife, Marianna Levine, relaxed in their New York apartment and exhibition space during Armory Week.
"Untitled (Dog)" looks not unlike a Matisse odalisque.
Local Art News
Four to participate in the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab
Saturday’s program will pay tribute to the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Janis Joplin, and Jefferson Airplane
A peek at the latest project with the Neo-Political Cowgirls
A ladder is used as a shelter and then a place of torture for LaWanda Hopkins, who plays the title role in Kate Mueth’s interpretation of “Andromeda.”
Barbara Jo Howard Photos
Five programs in five days
The National Theater Live's broadcast of "Hangman" stars Andy Nyman as Syd and David Morrissey as Harry.
A film about the creative vision and legacy of Barney Rosset
Astrid Myers-Rosset with a portion of Barney Rosset's wall mural, the focus of a new film.
Jennifer Landes photos
One of Mr. Rosset's sculptural details that he attached to the wall
One of the war scenes from the wall