An artistic friendship celebrated in “Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen,”
Jane Wilson looked on as Jane Freilicher examined a 1957 issue of Life magazine that featured her and her work.
Jane Freilicher’s “Flowering Pear,” from the upcoming Parrish Art Museum show “Seen and Unseen.”
“The roots of my work are in Dada,”
Jim Gemake surveyed a portion of his inventory of found objects in his basement studio in Water Mill.
Arrows figure in many of Jim Gemake’s pieces, including “Neither Here Nor There.”,left. “The Other Side of the Moon”, right, reflects his interest in texture, shape, and color.
As one family celebrates in Edwardian fashion at a house in a northern industrial town, a storm cloud appears in the arrival of Inspector Goole
Susan Galardi, Edward A. Brennan, and Amanda Griemsmann in a scene from the Hampton Theatre Company pro- duction of “An Inspector Calls.”
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An image of Calvin Klein taken during an opening for a Ross Bleckner show at Guild Hall in 1993 will be part of four exhibitions opening at Guild Hall this weekend.
“Grey Matters” incorporates color theory in an engaging and thoughtful way
Janet Jennings offers a mix of the slightly abstract and the nonobjective in her show at the Chase Edwards Gallery in Bridgehampton. Above, “Alewife Pond I.”
At Guild Hall
At the Montauk Library
This year’s program of more than 140 films seemed to have a common theme — they were thought-provoking and encouraged hard questions
David Nugent, HIFF’s artistic director, looked on as Michele Mitchell gave an emotional thank-you on Monday. “The Uncondemned,” which she co-directed with Nick Louvel, won two awards at the festival.