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Michele McDonald posed with a Daniel Jacob sculpture at Art Hamptons. Morgan McGivern photos
Aurora Lindstrom and Therese Lindstrom frolicked with "I Don't Know Why" by Marek Yyga.
At Northport's Haven Art Gallery booth, Sarah Potter, Erica Berkowitz, and Joe Weinreb paused for a photo.
Andrea Kowch at Richard Demato Gallery
Victor Spinelli with his series "Diver Up Yankee Lace"
Matthew Moskowitz

Jesse Spooner, Georgica James Spooner, and Nicole Delma enjoyed the Planned Parenthood benefit on Sunday night. Morgan McGivern
Jasmine Parks, Tony Bowles, and Flo Anthony at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Tracey Loggia and Michael Halsband at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Reina Schriffin, the director of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, Steven Klein, and Martha Plimpton at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Some furry guests at the ARF designer showhouse previewDurell Godfrey
Cindy Lewis, Mickey Ateyeh, Suzy Slesin, and Lisa McCarthy at the ARF partyDurell Godfrey
Joy Behar checked on the adoptable animals in the ARF van on Saturday.Durell Godfrey
Lecia Harbison found some flowers to her liking at the Garden Club of East Hampton sale on Friday.Durell Godfrey
Julie Sakellariadis and Sarah Amaden at the Garden Club of East Hampton saleDurell Godfrey
Luly Duke found a lovely orchid at the plant sale.Durell Godfrey

Evan Reeves directed Melanie Little in a webisode scene.
Emily Laue and Alec Sokolow
Scouting Wiborg's Beach
Marcus Castillo, Helen Schreiner, Bentley Heyman, Jennifer Downes, Juhyoung Ra, Melanie Little, and Evan Reeves were caught between scenes at Wiborg's Beach.
Magdalene Brandeis and Emily Laue
Lenny Crooks

Andrea Grover was joined by her daughters Lola Lama, left, and Gigi Lama, and her husband, Carlos Lama, at the opening of "Radical Seafaring." Morgan McGivern photos
An installation view of the exhibition
Sailor Combs and Michael Combs, whose piece "Daisy Chain" is in the show.
Caitlin Makielski, Anastasia Kova, and Carolina Kohn

Hilary Schaffner of the Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton with Christoph Robner, who is exhibiting work there. Morgan McGivern Photos
Eric Booker spoke about Stephen Antonakos at the Drawing Room gallery in East Hampton.
Frank Latorre played music and showed his work inspired by celebrity photographs at "Art Groove" at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
Anahi DeCanio posed with her artwork at "Art Groove."
Charles Waller helped Geralyn Lewandowski, who had a broken arm, prep the refreshments on Saturday night at Ashawagh Hall.

Iris Smyles at an introductory party and reading at Guild House earlier this month. Morgan McGivern
Prizes and contest guidelines, including "no knowledge of the book, its contents, or its author," from the author's websiteIrissmyles.com

Alexander Dinelaris will lead a new master class as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival's annual Screenwriters Lab. While the lab itself is not open to the public, the class is.
Melissa Mathison with Steven Spielberg on the set of "E.T."

Andy Warhol's "Do It Yourself (Violin)" is part of "Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible" at the new Met Breuer space in New York City. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Robert Gober, who has a house in Peconic, is represented by his work "Slides of a Changing Painting," in three parts, which he made from 1982 to 1983. The Met borrowed the projected work from the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Robert Gober/Matthew Marks Gallery
"Slides of Changing Painting" (detail)Robert Gober/Matthew Marks Gallery
"Slides of Changing Painting" (detail)Robert Gober/Matthew Marks Gallery
"Slides of Changing Painting" (detail)Robert Gober/Matthew Marks Gallery
Picasso's "Carafe and Candlestick" from 1909, an early Cubist work, is an example of the early Modernist works on view. It comes from the Leonard A. Lauder Cubist Collection and is part of the Met's holdings.Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
An early 16th century painting on poplar panel of a woman's head by Leonardo da Vinci demonstrates the encyclopedic scope of the exhibition and the Met's desire to put modern and contemporary art in historical context.Galleria Nazionale di Parma

Jack Lenor Larsen took to the stage on Tuesday night to present the LongHouse Award (on the screen) to Hugh Hardy. Dawn Watson
Mr. Larsen with Mr. Hardy and the awardPatrick McMullan Company
Nona Hendryx performed at the benefit.Patrick McMullan Company
Ed Segal, Elena Prohaska Glinn, and Tulla Booth came into the city from the South Fork to enjoy the event.Dawn Watson
Peter Olsen, Jack Lenor Larsen, Hugh Hardy, Dianne Benson, and Matko TomicicPatrick McMullan Company
Elizabeth Levine, Mark Levine, Kari Morris, and Max LevineDawn Watson

A.M. Homes, left, posed for photos with Roseanne Cash, who presented her with a lifetime achievement award during the cocktail hour on Tuesday night at the Rainbow Room. Jennifer Landes
Tom Yuill read at Guild House as Iris Smyles, seated, looked on.Morgan McGivern
Marianna Levine, Ruth Appelhof, and Eric Fischl at Guild HouseMorgan McGivern
The evening view from the Rainbow RoomJennifer Landes
Florence and Richard Fabricant on the red carpet before the dinner on Tuesday.Jennifer Landes
Michele Cohen, Marty Cohen, and Ruth Appelhof on TuesdayJennifer Landes
Rick Liss, Mary Heilmann, and Clifford Ross at the Rainbow RoomJennifer Landes
Charlotte Moss on TuesdayJennifer Landes
The Rainbow Room before dinnerJennifer Landes
Sarah Jessica Parker at the Rainbow RoomJennifer Landes