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  • The Hamptons International Film Festival will celebrate 25 years of screenings and programming at this year’s festival over Columbus Day weekend.
  • While most of the interest in such artists as Norman Bluhm, John Little, Charlotte Park, James Brooks, Costantino Nivola, and Kyle Morris, is coming from galleries in the city or completely outside of the region, Eric Firestone has mounted a treasure hunt from his base in East Hampton.
  • Beginning Sunday, the bluffs will be alive with the sound of music as Music for Montauk returns for a week of concerts under the direction of Lilah Gosman and Milos Repicky.
  • The Christy’s Art Center on Madison Street in Sag Harbor is showing "Velvet Elvis," an eclectic group of artists united somewhat by their compositional focus on undulating lines.
  • A stand of three trees encased in steel cages wrapped in hemp twine at LongHouse Reserve are the latest manifestations of the ascendancy of the artistic career of Toni Ross.
  • Tinder was kicked out of one house in Montauk this summer after throwing raucous parties, now it has been suggested to be responsible for doing some kicking out of its own.
  • “High Rise Lazarus” at Fireplace Project is a jumble of works in several series and mediums, a genre mash-up. Four different series of works are interspersed throughout the space so that their disjunctive and uniting effects can be experienced at once.
  • The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs will open a new show today featuring artists who managed to transcend totalitarianism to pursue pure abstraction in defiance of Communist Party doctrine during the Cold War.
  • “Avedon’s America,” images that reflect the unflagging interest of one man in the faces that defined the country and its values for more than half a century, will soon grace Guild Hall’s galleries with a gala opening tied to its annual benefit on Aug. 11.
  • With a wide span of years and no real focus, the show “Moving Targets: American Art From 1918 to 2012” is as rambling as its title suggests. Still, it has enough standout pieces to make it worth a look.

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