Arts

The play, directed by Elia Kazan on Broadway, was based on a true story about the approval of defective airplane engines by the Wright Aeronautical Corporation and Army inspectors
Alec Baldwin Steve Schofield

“Bob Dash was synonymous with the Hamptons art community of the last three or four decades."
Robert Dash with a sketchbook at Madoo. His life, art, writing, and garden will be discussed on Saturday. Durell Godfrey
Robert Dash in 1976 with one of his paintings at Madoo John Reed
With the remnants of breakfast and one of his famous bloody marys in 1977
At an undated party for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons
With Linda Bird Francke, a Sagaponack neighbor, during her New York State Assembly run in 1990Tapp Francke

At the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

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Saskia Friedrich's "123Solar" from last year is featured in the "Ubiquity" exhibition at Ille Arts in Amagansett.

“all this energy floating around the space and structure. It was so interesting, all of the art historical connections.”
Chris Duncan was one of the recent residents who used the house itself as part of the work, with the finished result now on view in the space that inspired it. Walter Weissman and Halsey Mckay Photos
Chris Byrne and Amy Pilkington have started hosting their artist friends in an informal residency at Elaine de Kooning’s former house and studio.
Chris Duncan installed black fabric over the windows of the de Kooning house in January 2014. Walter Weissman

These shows are responses to recent events or acquisitions
Robert Dash’s “Sagg Main #2‚” from 2007, is part of a three-artist show called “Perspectives” at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
From Jules Feiffer's "Kill My Mother"

“Lambert & Stamp,” a film documenting the complex and unlikely relationship between Stamp and Lambert — and between them and the four members of the Who
Chris Stamp, second from left, with the members of the Who from the film "Lambert & Stamp" Sony Pictures Classics
As depicted in “Lambert & Stamp,” Chris Stamp lived the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle while co-manager of the Who and co-founder of Track Records. Sony Pictures Classics
Chris Stamp at Wiborg's Beach
Chris Stamp, Pete Townshend, and Kit Lambert

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor