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An ‘Osmotic Relationship’ Between Art and Architecture

Nishan Kazazian has been making art for more than 50 years and practicing architecture for almost as long. The two enterprises are distinct enough that he maintains websites devoted to each.

Jan 9, 2020
An Eclectic International Mix

The East Hampton Library's film series, which begins on Sunday, will feature a varied group of classics and recent releases from Israel, France, Spain, and Italy.

Jan 9, 2020
Choosing 'A Delicate Balance' in Southampton

“A Delicate Balance” will open a three-week engagement at the cultural center Friday at 7 p.m. Joan Lyons will direct.

Jan 9, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 01.09.20

Bay Street offers new performance classes, Southampton Arts Center addresses the environment through a daylong festival, more film screenings, and the return of The Met opera screenings at Guild Hall.

Jan 9, 2020
The Art Scene: 01.09.20

Nightingale opens new group show, art and the environment meet at the Parrish, and Hiroyuki Hamada in N.Y.C.

Jan 9, 2020
Douglas Thompson: A Remembrance

Alastair Gordon shares memories of Doug Thompson, a longtime friend and noted architect who died in November.

Jan 1, 2020
Opinion: Ille’s Last Picture Show

The Amagansett streetscape will soon suffer a significant loss with the closing of Ille Arts, which has been a vital source of culture and visual art in that hamlet at two different locations since March 2012.

Jan 1, 2020
‘Viewpoints’ at Watermill Center

“Viewpoints,” the Watermill Center’s conversation series devoted to creative themes, begins Wednesday with a talk by Andrina Wekontash Smith, a member of the Shinnecock Nation.

Jan 1, 2020
The Art Scene: 01.02.20

A Southold artist's film seeks to preserve a Buddhist holy site.

Jan 1, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 01.02.20

More winter film screenings, Guild Hall announces this year's honorees, and more.

Jan 1, 2020
Parsing Six Films of the Fab Four

Starting on Sunday, the Montauk Library will host “Twist and Shout: The Beatles on Film,” featuring all five of the Fab Four’s cinematic triumphs — and missteps — plus the director Ron Howard’s loving 2016 tribute to the band’s hundreds of live performances.

Dec 24, 2019
Opinion: Through a Window, Brightly

The Lee Freeman show at Rental Gallery in East Hampton is essentially just a few light-up sculptures in the window and entrance of the gallery, but that is by design.

Dec 24, 2019