The 10 artists in the exhibition, all of whom work on the South Fork, engage the idea of place with a diversity of approaches and mediums
The diffusion of light and the process of layering in Christopher French’s “Arranging the Aftermath” metaphorically suggest the East End.

Originally conceived as a document to save a mural that Rosset worked on until his death in 2012
In the documentary “Barney’s Wall,” David Amram discussed Barney Rosset’s mural and played a hulusi, an ancient Chinese flute, in tribute to him and his artistic achievements. Jennifer Landes

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Helen Charash is featured in the documentary “Eva Hesse,” which will be screened at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow.
Although she spent many of her early years as an artist making paintings, Hesse’s time in an old fabric factory in Germany would come to shape her mature work in sculpture. Zeitgeist Films Photos
Above, Helen Charash, Eva Hesse’s sister. Below, Hesse studied with Josef Albers at Yale.

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The Watermill Center’s series of talks at Robert Wilson’s loft in Manhattan

At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

Earning Academy Award nominations for best adapted screenplay, supporting actress, and best picture
The film "Hidden Figures, stars Taraji P. Henson, above left, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae as mathematicians and engineers at NASA in the 1960s. Jenno Topping, a Sagaponack native, is nominated for a Best Picture Oscar for her work as a producer of the film. Hopper Stone
“Hidden Figures,” a film about the contributions of several African-American women to NASA during the 1960s space race, was produced by Jenno Topping, below, who has been nominated for an Academy Award. Hopper Stone
Theodore Melfi, center, the director of “Hidden Figures,” discussed an early scene in the movie with Octavia Spencer, left, and Janelle Monae.Hopper Stone

“Alchemy” returns to the United States from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice for the first time in a half century
Peggy Guggenheim is shown in her art-filled apartment and in an interview later in life in a film devoted to the restoration of Jackson Pollock’s “Alchemy,” below, being shown at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society, New York

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A photograph from Christa Maiwald's "Landscape Cakes" series will be shown at Malia Mills as part of a new Folioeast show.