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Vandals Target 'Bonac Blind' Art Installation

"Bonac Blind," a temporary art installation in Accabonac Harbor by Scott Bluedorn that was featured in The Star's Oct. 15 issue, was vandalized multiple times last week. 

Oct 27, 2020
'Bungalow Colonies in the Sky': A Talk With Lee Skolnick

A recently published monograph, "Skolnick: Architecture + Design Partnership" (Pointed Leaf Press), explores the 40-year legacy of the East End architect Lee Skolnick and his firm. Alastair Gordon caught up with him to talk about his practice, his design aesthetic, and his collaborations with artists and cultural institutions. 

Oct 22, 2020
Rosario Varela: Paper and People Over Time

"Red, Gold, and You," which opened last weekend and continues through Monday, invites viewers to modify the red paper links that hang from trees in the Guild Hall garden. "Little by little, you can change the whole thing. . . . It will change and stay changed."

Oct 22, 2020
And Now, an Album for Nancy

Artists for Nancy, a group of visual and performing artists and writers who support the Democratic candidate for Congress Nancy Goroff, have released an album to raise money and awareness for her campaign.

Oct 22, 2020
Parrish Spotlights Four Artists, Offers Film on Agnes Gund

Works by Ross Bleckner, Louise Nevelson, Donald Sultan, and Simone Leigh are featured in a new exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum, which is also showing a documentary on Agnes Gund on Friday.

Oct 22, 2020
The Art Scene 10.22.20

Heilmann's latest canvases, photographic portraits of East End artists, Benglis in N.Y.C., group shows at MM Fine Art, and more

Oct 22, 2020
Bits and Pieces 10.22.20

Behar's short plays read by a stellar cast, more outdoor film screenings in Southampton, and courtroom art from a familiar hand

Oct 22, 2020
News for Foodies 10.15.20

Seasonally appropriate specials at Nick and Toni's and Fresno welcome fall.

Oct 15, 2020
Bonac Blind Looks at What's Lost

As part of the Parrish Road Show, the artist Scott Bluedorn will launch Bonac Blind, a reimagined duck blind that both memorializes Bonac traditions of fishing, hunting, and farming and comments on the sad consequences of East Hampton's stratospheric cost of living.

Oct 15, 2020
A Fresh Start to Fall at Guild Hall

The fall art season has officially arrived at Guild Hall, which is presenting a recorded talk with Shirin Neshat about her latest video and film projects on Sunday, an installation by Rosario Varela opening Friday, and a virtual talk with Renee Cox and Sanford Biggers on Tuesday.

Oct 15, 2020
Poe Reimagined for Halloween at Bay Street

Will Pomerantz, Bay Street Theater's associate artistic director, has reimagined three of Poe's thrillers into short plays with contemporary settings, under the title "Awake at Night."

Oct 15, 2020
Celebrating Frederick Wiseman at Sag Harbor Cinema

The Sag Harbor Cinema will launch "Wednesdays With Wiseman," a virtual cinema series of three films by Frederick Wiseman, on Oct. 21 with "Ballet" (1995), which focuses on the American Ballet Theatre. Each film will be preceded by a prerecorded conversation between Mr. Wiseman and another notable documentarian.

Oct 15, 2020