arts

Richmond Burton likes to paint big, unless he wants to paint small. He uses oil paints applied so thinly they appear matte, sometimes translucent, and a lot more like acrylic. He is a trained architect who prefers mark-making in a two-dimensional...
If there were any remaining questions as to whether the South Fork could support three art fairs, their continued return over the past few years should quell them. This week’s returnee is Art South­ampton, an offshoot of Nick Korniloff...
Lady Gaga Portraits “Portraits of Lady Gaga,” an exhibition of high-definition video portraits by Robert Wilson, will have its United States premiere on Saturday at the Watermill Center’s summer benefit and will remain on view...
“Unstill Life” Gabrielle Selz W.W. Norton, $26.95 Those looking for an absorbing beach read with substance will enjoy Gabrielle Selz’s memoir, “Unstill Life.” It is the story of Peter Selz and Thalia Cheronis Selz...
“Clever Little Lies,” a comedy by the Tony Award-winning playwright Joe DiPietro that premiered last fall at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, N.J., will open at Guild Hall on Wednesday and run through Aug. 3. The original...
Alan Hicks, a native Australian and trained jazz musician, never thought he would be directing a documentary film about the jazz legend Clark Terry, but that’s exactly what he ended up doing in “Keep On Keepin’ On,” the next...
“Me and My Dad,” a musical fund-raiser for the scholarship fund of Pianofest, will be held Sunday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the Southampton Historical Museum. Melissa Errico, a Broadway singer and actress, will perform, accompanied on piano...
The East Hampton Historical Society’s summer antiques show will take place on the grounds of Mulford Farm Saturday and Sunday, with a preview cocktail party tomorrow evening from 6 to 8:30 for buyers wanting first dibs. Fifty-five dealers...