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  • Sotheby’s S/2, a gallery with exhibitions of art that are not up for auction, is showing the work of Alfonso Ossorio through June 9.
  • “Out of the Question: Reviving the Lost Art of Provocative Conversation” will return to the Southampton Arts Center on June 8 at 7:30 p.m. with “The Business of Art: Passion or Profit?”
  • In 1973, after 30 successful years in the financial industry, Henry Buhl brought a new camera to his cousin’s wedding. The bride and groom preferred his photographs to the ones taken by the professional photographer they had hired, and a second career was born. He began to receive commissions to photograph art and fashion events for society magazines, and he opened a studio in SoHo.
  • The East End Photographers Group will take over Ashawagh Hall in Springs for a nine-day exhibition from Saturday through June 11. An opening reception with music by Job Potter and Friends will take place Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. The Nature Conservancy is launching its summer season with “Sacred Balance,” an art exhibition organized by Beth McNeill-Muhs, an independent curator, that will open with a reception June 3 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Center for Conservation in East Hampton. The show will run through July 14.
  • The official start of summer might be June 21, but on the East End it comes early — this Saturday, to be exact, when the first of the summer’s benefit events, the ARF Designer Show House, kicks off three months of fund-raisers that support a wide range of charities and cultural institutions.
  • From Kips Bay to Pasadena, designer show houses across the country afford opportunities for interior designers to display their talents while at the same time raising money for a wide range of charitable causes.
  • Art Space 98 in East Hampton will reopen tomorrow for the summer season with “In Between,” a show of paintings on glass by the East Hampton artist Gabriele T. Raacke. The exhibition will run through July 3, with a reception on Friday, June 2, from 5 to 7 p.m. The Drawing Room in East Hampton is showing alabaster sculpture by Aya Miyatake and selected prints by Vija Celmins from tomorrow through June 26.
  • In Ben Woolf’s play “Angry Young Man,” which will have its American premiere Wednesday at Guild Hall, four actors, two women and two men, play the same character, Youssef, often within the same scene. Those four actors also take turns playing the other 11 characters, who range from an elderly woman with an Irish brogue to a towering thug named Bruno to a young refugee named Gjerg.
  • “No Boundaries,” a group exhibition at RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton, will open on Saturday with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. and remain on view through June 20. “Water+Color+Works,” an exhibition of work by nine South Fork artists who share a fondness for the watercolor medium, will be on view at Ashawagh Hall in Springs tomorrow through Sunday. A reception will be held on Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m.
  • After a 30-year hiatus as a cabinetmaker, Mark Webber, a Sag Harbor resident, returned to sculpture.

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