A sense of play and the absurd
Connie Fox’s “Dog Jazz,” above, from 1985, and “Sammy’s Beach II,” below, from 2009. Collection of Connie Fox
William King’s “Petit Danseur de 72 Ans” left, and “Brazil,” right.

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At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Southampton Arts Center

The East Hampton Historical Society’s 2016 House and Garden tour
Thierry Pfister Architecture & Design renovated a house on Gardiner’s Bay to create flowing spaces between the foyer, kitchen, and living rooms. Durell Godfrey

A monthly online journal of arts and literature
Sandra Tyler, second from left, with family members as they remember Elizabeth Tyler in her Amagansett studio after her memorial service.

A new book from Rizzoli that celebrates the event’s 90th anniversary
Matt Harnick

At the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton

Recollections of Mr. Dylan’s time in East Hampton in the 1970s
Bob Dylan is the first musician to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Chris Hakkens/CC-BY-SA
The artist kept a low profile in East Hampton, living in a rented a house off Lily Pond Lane in the 1970s.Durell Godfrey
The cover of his “Self Portrait” album, which he painted in East Hampton.