Rose Zelentz and Tracy Jamar took over two adjacent walls at Ashawagh Hall in “Under the Influence,” on view this past weekend.
Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue still looked like newlyweds on the red carpet. She will be starring in the play “Clever Little Lies” by Joe DiPietro at Guild Hall this summer before the play moves to Broadway.
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Tom Twomey, who is secretary of Guild Hall's board, and Judith Hope joined Hilaria and Alec Baldwin at the event. Mr. Baldwin served as master of ceremonies and is also president of the board of trustees.
Barbara Walters and Ed Bleier on their way into the awards dinner
Marty Cohen, the new chairman of the Guild Hall Board of Trustees, made introductory remarks at the dinner.
Chuck Close and Christina Strassfield enjoyed cocktails before dinner in the gallery where one of his works in the Guild Hall permanent collection was on view.
Bob Balaban, a longtime Bridgehampton resident, presented the lifetime achievement award in performance to Blythe Danner with an improvised Playbill biography that brought down the house.
Blythe Danner, who is filming a movie on the other coast, flew in on the red-eye to receiver her award.
Alan Alda chatting with a guest at the cocktail party
Hilaria Baldwin shared pictures from her phone, likely of her baby Carmen, with Barbara Walters before dinner.
Jo Carole Lauder helped her husband Ronald Lauder with his notes for his acceptance speech.
The Armory Show was the anchor commercial event, set at the piers at West 55th Street
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle’s “Cloud Prototypes,” above, in fiberglass and titanium, are based on data from actual thunderclouds and were on view in the Armory Show’s contemporary section.
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In the Armory’s modern section, Dan Flavin’s fluorescent sculptures, such as “Untitled (to Lucie Rie, Master Potter),” from 1990, still looked fresh despite their age and ubiquity at art fairs.
Lee Krasner’s collages at the Robert Miller Gallery booth at the Art Show of the Art Dealers Association of America included “Imperfect Indicative.”
Two of Ross Bleckner’s floral works from 2013 were on view at the Crane Kalman booth on the modern pier. Mr. Bleckner also opened a show of new work at the Mary Boone Gallery on Saturday night.
Mr. Potter’s music has reached a wider audience through the release of his second album, “All Good Things.”
Job Potter at home in Springs