Art Blog

Keith Sonnier's "Veiled Zinc Bag" from this year at Kasmin Jennifer Landes
John Chamberlain, foreground, and Steven Parrino on the walls at GagosianMark Blower/Frieze
Jane Freilicher's view out the window looks cool next to Barry Flanagan's sculpture at KasminJennifer Landes
A salute to Ray Johnson at the north entrance to the fairJennifer Landes
The park-like grounds on Randall's Island were warm and welcoming on Thursday.Jennifer Landes

A scene from "Juliet, Naked," released last year, with a screenplay by Tamara Jenkins and Jim Taylor. They will lead this year's master class, which is open to the public.

Gahan Wilson as he appeared in 2013 at his house in Sag Harbor Morgan McGivern
One of Gahan Wilson's cartoons from The New Yorker Collection used in The Star's profile in

Casey Dalene, Jocelyn Miller, and Christina Strassfield with Mary Boochever's Top Honors winning work. Jennifer Landes

Richard Pasquarelli, Elan Bogarin, and Kelcey Edwards in Ms. Edwards's both at the Spring/Break Art Show at the U.N. Plaza in New York City through Monday. Jennifer Landes
An attendee at the Eric Firestone booth at Pier 90 grabbing a quick photo of a Miriam Schapiro painting.Jennifer Landes
The scene at the Halsey McKay booth in the Armory Presents section of Pier 94Jennifer Landes
Jennifer Bartlett's "Amagansett Diptych #3" at Marianne Boesky's booth at the Armory's Pier 94Jennifer Landes
The 303 Gallery installation, including Alicja Kwade's 2017 "Revolution (Gravitas)" sculpture in stainless steel and stone, and Rodney Graham's "Vacuuming the Gallery" multi-panel lightbox from 2018Jennifer Landes
Leo Villareal's "Rendering of Instance" light panel installation is an extension of his "Star Ceiling" installation in the covered passageway between Pier 92 and Pier 94.Leo Villareal/Pace Gallery
Eric Fischl's portrait of Edie Brickell and Paul Simon from 2010 is on view at Setareh Gallery's booth on Pier 90.

A scene from "Free Solo"

As of Wednesday afternoon, bids for two V.I.P. tickets to "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" were up to $2,550.

Kayli Carter, whose film "Private Life" was shown at the festival this year, camped it up before participating in the Breakthrough Artists Panel at Rowdy Hall on Saturday. Durell Godfrey
The crew of "First Man" posed on the red carpet before the screening with David Nugent, left. They included, from left, Linus Sandgren, Josh Singer, Justin Hurwitz, Damien Chazelle, and Olivia Hamilton.Durell Godfrey
Rory Kennedy and Stuart Suna at the Chairman's Reception at Mr. Suna's house in East HamptonDurrell Godfrey
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin with three of their four children at the Chairman's ReceptionDurell Godfrey
Anne Chaisson and Emilio Estevez at the Chairman's ReceptionDurell Godfrey
This year's Breakthrough Artists were, from left, Kayli Carter, Amandla Stenberg, and Cory Michael Smith. They were captured outside Rowdy Hall before their panel on Saturday morning.Durell Godfrey

Alec Baldwin conducted an interview of Maggie Gyllenhaal in Friday afternoon's conversation at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Lisa Tamburini
VR, anyone? The Mulford Farm hosted viewings of "The Hidden," a virtual reality thriller, today and will continue throughout the weekend.Mark Segal
David Nugent and Emilio Estevez before Mr. Estevez's film "The Public" in East HamptonDurrell Godfrey
Alexis Bloom, left, spoke about the experience of making her film "Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes" on Friday afternoon. The film is in competition in the feature documentary category.Jennifer Landes
The afternoon line at Guild HallDurell Godfrey
Two of the participants in "Our Bodies, Our Voices": Cait Cortelyou and Sontenish Myers share a laugh over a cell phone.

Anne Chaisson, Melissa Silverstein, Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers, and Nancy Schwartzman before the talk Durell Godfrey
Sharing a cell phone momentDurell Godfrey