Marking its third season in an industrial-chic space on Route 27 in Sagaponack, the antiques store Wyeth, which specializes in the sleek, stark offerings of midcentury modern furniture, has undergone a transformation for its summer exhibit, “Teak & Oak: The Collaboration of Hans Wegner and Johannes Hansen,” which will run through Sept. 30. Additionally, its owner, John Birch, has opened a new store in Wainscott.
The geometric planes of a sleek new house on a bluff overlooking Gardiner’s Bay at Lion’s Head make it at once solemn and serene.
Joseph and Herbert Shalant, who are brothers, were catalysts for the modernist design, after a house on the property that had been in the family for 32 years was destroyed by fire.
There’s such a dizzying number of things going on at Guild Hall over the next eight days that it’s hard to know where to begin.
On Friday, Aug. 26, Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick will appear along with Mario Cantone, Joy Behar, Scott Adsit, Tovah Feldshuh, Eugene Pack, and Dayle Reyfel in “Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words” at 7 and 9 p.m.