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Jeannette Seaver: Putting Out Books, Banned and Canceled

Jeannette Seaver's five-decade career in publishing has been marked by an unswerving commitment to discovering new voices and standing against censorship.

Jul 22, 2021
A Leonardo Masterpiece or Not?

"The Lost Leonardo" unpacks the complicated story of a "found" Leonardo painting that may or may not be the real thing and why that doesn't seem to matter in the end.

Jul 22, 2021
Back-to-Back Bach as Festival Returns

The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival will be back onstage and in person from Aug. 4 to Aug. 22, returning to some of its favorite venues.

Jul 22, 2021
Painting Reigns at Duck Creek

Two exhibitions of work by East End artists, Charles Manion of Montauk and Jennifer Cross of Springs, will open at the Arts Center at Duck Creek on Saturday.

Jul 22, 2021
Black Films Tackle Social Issues in Festival

A two-part Black Film Festival at the Parrish Art Museum will feature films about the impact on Black communities of gentrification, depression, and self-doubt.

Jul 22, 2021
Art Sale In-Person, Coffee Too

Hundreds of affordable artworks will be on offer in Guild Hall's Clothesline Art Sale and benefit -- inside and outside, in person and on its website.

Jul 22, 2021
Downtown Dance Reimagined

"Get Dancing" at Guild Hall will celebrate the choreography of the late Andy de Groat, a frequent collaborator of Robert Wilson, who will take part in a panel discussion about the early years of downtown performance.

Jul 22, 2021
The Art Scene 07.22.21

Yung Jake's Nerf guns at Tripoli, Christmas in the Shed, paintings by Grace Hartigan at Christie's, and new work by Candace Hill Montgomery at Fireplace Project are among this week's gallery highlights.

Jul 22, 2021
Bits and Pieces 07.22.21

A discussion of mid-century modernist architecture in the Hamptons, the Montauk Film Festival will return, plus jazz, live theater, and a silent disco are on the entertainment horizon.

Jul 22, 2021
The Music Scene 07.22.21

Jazz is alive from Southampton to Montauk, the HooDoo Loungers will bring New Orleans to Sagaponack, and Judy Collins and Steve Earle will play the Talkhouse, as live music continues its comeback on the East End.

Jul 22, 2021
Robert Hefner: Solving History's Mysteries

Name a centuries-old monument here, or windmill, or house, and the odds are that Robert Hefner had a hand (often a hands-on hand) in helping to save it from destruction or reincarnating it, sometimes phoenix-like from its very ashes.

Jul 15, 2021
Alexis Rockman at Sea and Beyond

"Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks," is a meditation on the power and peril of the sea, with paintings crossing the boundaries of realism and hellscape.
 

Jul 15, 2021