“A Speck in the Sea,”
The three-man show, featuring Tom Gustin, George Loizides, and Cyrus Newitt, revolves around the conversations of three World War I French veterans
George A. Loizides, Tom Gustin, and Cyrus Newitt as dapper old soldiers in “Heroes” at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue.
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Herbert Matter’s untitled photographic work from the early 1940s demonstrates his preoccupation with the medium’s abstract possibilities at the time.
Estate of Herbert Matter, Gitterman Gallery
A message in a bottle commemorating the laying of the cornerstone for the artist’s studio
The document commemorating the laying of the cornerstone at the Thomas Moran House, with a shard of the glass jar that contained it.
The Thomas Moran Trust
The Southampton space is taken over by four artists with distinct visions organized into separate zones by Tripoli Patterson, the owner and curator of this show
Aakash Nihalani’s “Field,” from 2013, consists of an acrylic-painted canvas square with a surround of corrugated plastic, wood, and magnets.
In an untitled work from 2012, Jonathan Beer channels similar geometrics for a more maximalist effect.Tripoli Gallery
Melanie J. Moczarski’s “Find Me There,” acrylic on panel from last year, is indicative of her realistic yet psychologically complex style.
Nick Weber’s “East Village Street” has a similar murky quality that adds another dimension to his more familiar figurative works. Tripoli GalleryNick Weber’s “East Village Street” has a similar murky quality that adds another dimension to his more familiar figurative works.Tripoli Gallery
At the Quogue Community Hall
At the Westhampton Beach Library
At the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons in Bridgehampton
At the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton
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