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Buckminster Fuller's legacy
Sam Green narrated while Yo La Tengo provided a live soundtrack in a presentation of “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller.” Sam Alison
Yo La Tengo — left to right, James McNew, Ira Kaplan, and Georgia Hubley — and the documentary filmmaker Sam Green will present “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller” on Saturday at Guild Hall. Jim Allen

An extensive filmography includes only a handful of narrative features
Don Lenzer relaxed in a zebra-striped Alvar Aalto chair before heading to Guild Hall to see Laurie Anderson’s virtual reality installations. Mark Segal
Don Lenzer was a cinematographer on “He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin’,” an Oscar and Emmy-winning 1983 documentary about the dancer and choreographer Jacques d’Amboise.
From left, Fyvush Finkel, Itzhak Perlman, and Red Buttons in “Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler’s House,” which was co-directed and shot by Mr. Lenzer for PBS’s “Great Performances” series.
The air of mystery in Mr. Lenzer’s black-and-white photographs taken inside the Sag Harbor Cinema after the 2016 fire is reminiscent of film noir.
Don Lenzer Photos

‘Hector Leonardi reveals an unpredictable chromatic articulation virtually unparalleled in painting today.’
Hector Leonardi in the studio of the Bridgehampton potato barn where he has lived and worked for 25 years Mark Segal
Hector Leonardi’s application of dried strips of acrylic paint adds depth and a vast range of color to his canvases. Jenny Gorman

By Regina Weinreich
Alessandro Nivola has top billing and rave reviews for his performance in “Disobedience,” above. He spent much of his childhood in Springs (captured at Louse Point,below.
With his wife, Emily Mortimer, left, and their two children, he now has a house in Amagansett, where he isn’t above taking a New Year’s Day polar bear plunge, as he did this year at Atlantic Avenue Beach.
Alessandro Nivola as a child with his grandfather Costantino Nivola, an Abstract Expressionist sculptor who settled in Springs in the 1940s.
Nika Nesgoda hired porn stars to pose as the Virgin Mary, including Stormy Daniels, for her project "Virgin," which explored how the use of prostitutes as models in sacred paintings, such as this "Annuntiatio" by Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi, was condoned by church leadership in the 14th through 17th centuries. Wikimedia Commons and Nika Nesgoda photos
Titian's "Noli me Tangere," depicting Mary Magdalen recognizing Christ after his resurrection, was adopted as a subject by Ms. Nesgoda "as a wildcard," she said. Wikimedia Commons

“Satellite studio meets vacation set up,”
Nathaniel Mary Quinn took a moment to enjoy the scenery at the Mermaid Ranch, where he was in residence last week. Jennifer Landes
Set on the water with floor-to-ceiling windows taking in the harborside view, the Mermaid Ranch has a playful 1970s quality in its furniture and decor. Jeremy Liebman
One of Nathaniel Mary Quinn's works in progress from his time at "the ranch" last week.Donna Augustin Quinn

Bruce Lieberman paints not only landscapes, but everything else that constitutes his world
Bruce Lieberman in his Water Mill studio, filled with large-scale paintings including, below, “Call First – Water Mill Summer,” a portrait of family and friends inspired in part by the work of Renaissance masters. Mark Segal
“Forsythias and Drive,” a view from Bruce Lieberman's studio.
“Blue Eggs and Ham” Bruce Lieberman

By Eric Kuhn
Paul Klee’s paintings had a major influence on the generation of American abstractionists that followed him. Left: Klee’s “Kettledrummer,” from 1940. Right, Robert Motherwell’s “Figure in Black (Girl With Stripes),” from 1947 Zentrum Paul Klee, Smithsonian American Art Museum/Dedalus Foundation/VAGA
Adolph Gottlieb’s “Labyrinth #1,” from 1950.Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation/VAGA
Paul Klee's “Young Moe,” from 1938.The Phillips Collection
Mark Friedberg has designed more than 30 films
When designing the apartment of a wealthy art collector played by Bryan Cranston in “The Upside,” Mark Friedberg chose “real art, not movie art,” including Ed Ruscha’s iconic “Standard Station.” Nicolas J. Tarr

Capt. Bruce Beckwith, in the foreground, with Capt. Charlie Etzel, standing, and First Mate Jeremy Gould — three of the Montauk fishermen who work with Dock to Dish to supply fresh seafood to regional restaurants Lindsay Morris
Joe Realmuto, left, the head chef of Nick and Toni’s restaurant, and Sean Barrett of Dock to Dish toting in a catch Jon M. Diat
Rudi Bonicelli, seen cleaning fish, was an original founder of Dock to Dish. Brendan McCarthy