Astonishingly beautiful and utterly unique books
The artist Barry McCallion with the tools of his trade Mark Segal
Left, a page from “Typhoon,” the source for which was Joseph Conrad’s novel of the same name. Right,this work from the early 1970s is actually a composite. The innermost rectangle is a painting purchased at a flea market that Barry McCallion “extended” onto the outer rectangles.

Two exhibitions this week inaugurate the museum’s fall season
Thomas Moran’s “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came” will be on view in shows opening at Guild Hall this week.
Christa Maiwald’s “Bipolar,” from her series “Plant Therapy,”.

At the Marine Museum on Bluff Road in Amagansett

At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church

At The Watermill Center

In the Bridgehampton Community House

At the Parrish Art Museum

At the Bridgehampton Museum’s archives building at 2539A Montauk Highway

This is an ill-conceived rendition of the 1978 hit that ran on Broadway for over 1,500 performances.
Adam Fronc leads a country and western number in a production of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” at the Southampton Culture Center.

At the Quogue Community Hall on Jessup Avenue, Quogue