If you are coming to see a work of new, jaw-dropping ideas about the differences and similarities between men and women, then boy, did you take a wrong turn
The light in her sun-splashed images is excruciatingly and inescapably radiant, the kind of light chosen to make cockroaches scurry
Unsettling elements surround the sunbathers in Elizabeth Huey’s painting “Haven for the Tender Hearted.”
Other works in the exhibition belie the apparent tranquillity of Elizabeth Huey’s sun-splashed painting “Observation Pool.”
At the Clark Arts Center on its Shelter Island campus
At the East Hampton Historical Society
At the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan
The first play, “Red,” by John Logan, will be directed by Stephen Hamilton
Last year at Guild Hall, Stephen Hamilton directed “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a scene from which with Evan Daves, Georgia Warner, and Christopher Imbrosciano is shown above. This year he will direct “Red” by John Logan.
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One of the preeminent dance photographers in the world
Mikhail Baryshnikov in “Coppelia,” 1978.
Connor Walsh, Houston Ballet principal dancer, 2010.
The Miami City Ballet, 1990
A photograph of Mr. Caras rehearsing with Jerome Robbins in 1972.Steven Caras, Martha Swope, and Richard Graulich Photos
It gives artists working on a new piece, or those experimenting and expanding their own horizons, a nurturing place to go.
Josh Gladstone and Jennifer Brondo are bringing new community groups and innovative theatrical programs to Guild Hall’s winter season.
Arlene Bujese has spent a lifetime collecting and selling the work of the South Fork artists she has represented
Mixed-media work by Stephanie Brody-Lederman, such as “Little Poem,” from 2006, left, and Calvin Albert’s circa 1960 bronze “Abandoned Column” are on view in Bridgehampton.
Jennifer Landes Photos
An abstract work by Elaine de Kooning in “Dealer’s Choice” alludes to early cave paintings of animals on an abstract field.