Arts

Guild Hall’s production will be something of a wryly subversive, counterculture retelling
The cast of “Romeo and Juliet” is a mix of East End and New York City theater talent. Durell Godfrey
Olivia De SalvoDurell Godfrey
Skateboards, wheelchairs, and scooters have a prominent role in "Romeo and Juliet," soon to open at Guild Hall.Durell Godfrey

By Susannah Edelbaum
“That Summer,” a film pieced together from recently discovered footage by Peter Beard of Big and Little Edie Beale and their niece and cousin Lee Radziwill, was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it was picked up for distribution this spring by Sundance Selects. Peter Beard, Thunderbolt Productions
Andy Warhol was one of several memorable cameos in the footage shot of Lee Radziwill and Big and Little Edie Beale. This Side of Paradise, Jonas Mekas/Re Voir
Lee Radziwill and Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale, also known as Big Edie in 1972.Peter Beard, Thunderbolt Productions
A powerful Post-Minimalist punch
"Red Metric" is a glazed clay piece from 2015. "A Row of Cups and Saucers," below, from 2017, also demonstrates the artist's continued engagement with ceramics. Bill Jacobson Studio, New York/Dia Art Foundation, New York Photos
“Ray,” a two-panel painting from last year, is emblematic of Mary Heilmann’s late painting style. Bill Jacobson Studio, New York/Dia Art Foundation, New York
Mary Heilmann painted "Red Mirage" and "Green Mirage" last year.Thomas Müller/303 Gallery, New York, and Hauser & Wirth Photos

At the Rainbow Room in Manhattan

The latest film and talk from the Sag Harbor Partnership

At the Cosmopolitan Club

In Sag Harbor

Featuring presentations by artists working in four different disciplines on Saturday afternoon between 2 and 4
The resident artists who will present their work on Saturday at the Watermill Center include Jayoung Chung, seen in her performance “Empathy.”
Molly Joyce, composing on her vintage toy organ.
Masako Miki, represented here by her mixed-media installation “Monsters of the Forest.”

Local Art News

A wall piece by Alice Hope, above, that resembles a coil of rope is actually constructed from dyed soda can tabs and tubing. The black-and-white organic forms in Hiroyuki Hamada’s large-scale prints, below, are similar to those found in his three-dimensional work.