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Bits and Pieces 10.01.20

Guild Hall's virtual theater features a play by a former artist in residence and film screenings outdoors at SAC

Oct 1, 2020
'Salt Water People' Speaking Bonac

“Salt Water People,” a play that focuses on the King family at two key points in their lives, in 1991 and at the time of Superstorm Sandy, is informed in part by Peter Matthiessen’s book “Men’s Lives.”

Sep 24, 2020
Four From Frankenthaler at Phillips

The grand brick building where Phillips auction house has taken over was always a little awkward for retail, but it makes an exceptional gallery. The expansive interior walls offer a perfect setting for sweeping canvases such as the colossal Helen Frankenthaler "Off White Square."

Sep 24, 2020
How to Hold a Film Festival in a Pandemic

The Hamptons International Film Festival will go on this year, but won't be the experience of the past. Instead, films will be streamed or presented in drive-in screenings, conversations will take place in the virtual sphere, and some will be a combination of both.

Sep 24, 2020
A Show of Curatorial Sleuthing

A pasteboard box shown to Richard Barons some 40 years ago, which he recalled this year, became the basis for the current exhibition on display at the Moran Studio in East Hampton.

Sep 24, 2020
The Art Scene 09.24.20

Artist grants awarded, a figurative show in Sag Harbor, 1950s in focus at Firestone, and more

Sep 24, 2020
Bits and Pieces 09.24.20

Documentaries on philanthropy and Oliver Sacks, a Southampton Cultural Center benefit featuring past performances, and more

Sep 24, 2020
The Highly Unpredictable, Very Successful Joe Bradley

Joe Bradley first came to the Elaine de Kooning House as a resident in 2012 and returned to use it as a studio this year after his family relocated to the South Fork in March.

Sep 17, 2020
Hamptons Film Fest Lineup Unveiled

The Hamptons International Film Festival will go on at its usual time this year minus some content and outside of theaters, in pared-down virtual and drive-in presentations.

Sep 17, 2020
Opinion: Holding on to Nature in 'Painting Place'

A group of landscape paintings from the mid to late 20th century, from a single collection, have been shown in two parts at the Drawing Room Gallery in East Hampton this summer and now into the fall.

Sep 17, 2020
The Art Scene 09.17.20

Salle opens at Skarstedt, three artists in a new Rental Gallery show, and more in this week's art news

Sep 17, 2020
Bits and Pieces 09.17.20

A new center devoted to the life and work of Peter Matthiessen, Hopefully Forgiven at the Parrish, and Sag Cinema has a new leader

Sep 17, 2020