Arts

This is not the article to rehash all of the complications that ensued when historic buildings from Adelaide de Menil and Edmund Carpenter’s Further Lane estate were moved to the East Hampton Town Hall property. Anyone who has lived in the town over the past few years has witnessed the buildings’ move and the much-documented saga
Hedda Sterne was the only woman in an iconic photograph of an otherwise very masculine group of artists — dubbed “The Irascibles” by a New York art critic
Music for Montauk presented an unusual ensemble on Saturday at the Montauk School: the Manhattan Guitar Quartet. The group was formed just last October...
A retrospective of James McMullan’s posters for the Lincoln Center Theater is a natural for the gallery at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. What is surprising is...
Genuine independent filmmaking is a grueling process of fund-raising, budget squeezing, bargain-location scouting, and cast cultivating — with plenty of sputters and glitches along the way...
When Viktor Valkov appeared at the Southampton Cultural Center on Saturday, he regaled the audience with works by Beethoven and Liszt. Though the choices were varied, they shared some important commonalities...
While artists have always found ways to visit and stay on the South Fork, an older, more formal approach to residency used in other places is taking root here in the form of a new program for visual artists.
Juliao Sarmento’s sculpture, paintings, and works on paper will be shown at the Parrish Museum of Art beginning on Sunday. The Portuguese artist will be joined by the writer James Salter and the performance artist and composer Laurie Anderson...
It has become trite to say that an art exhibit is revelatory, but when a show like the Museum of Modern Art’s “Abstract-Expressionist New York: The Big Picture” comes along and manages to debunk the very history and assumptions that the museum has encouraged...