This solo exhibition will open with a reception on Saturday, August 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Monika Olko Gallery, located at 95 Main Street in Sag Harbor.
The New York-born, Montreal-raised singer-songwriter — who will play the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, located at 76 Main Street, on Saturday, August 18, at 8 p.m. — has established himself as one of the leading male vocalists, composers and writers of his generation, with eight studio albums, three DVDs and three live albums, including the Grammy-nominated “Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall.”
Sag Harbor-based Frank Wimberley and Peter Beston of East Quogue are two of six artists to take home the Award of Merit during the 2018 Long Island Biennial, now on view at The Heckscher Museum of Art, located at 2 Prime Avenue in Huntington.
A combined total of over 100 summers spent in East Hampton shaped a powerful connection to the ocean and nature for artists and sisters Jane Parkes and Idoline Duke.
To artist Ann Chwatsky, the skies represent mystery and beauty, mythology and science. Her relationship with the solar system and galaxies is an “utter absorption,” she said.
Since the start, they have called it Choir!Choir!Choir!, which will make a stop at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday, August 18.
Immediately following his run as Freddie in the Sag Harbor theater’s production of “My Fair Lady,” Thornton headed straight for the New York theater district — where he made his Broadway debut as Calogero, the leading role in the Robert DeNiro- and Jerry Zaks-helmed “A Bronx Tale – The Musical” at the Longacre Theatre.
Now a highlight of the benefit season, the annual Box Art Auction will kick off with a “Meet the Artists” free preview on Wednesday, August 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Hoie Hall of St. Luke’s church, located at 18 James Lane in East Hampton, where the main event will be held on Saturday, August 25, from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
“Leonardo da Vinci,” Walter Isaacson’s latest tome, continues to exemplify his reputation for meticulous research and work that celebrates humanity and the intellect.
“Within the limitations of geometric repetition, I'm exploring ways to show a type of balance,” the artist said in a statement. “Through disrupting order there is movement and equilibrium. This duality between structure and fluidity is a force that can be found in all living things.”
The distinctive and prolific artist had work held by the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and was the recipient of four honorary doctorates, the International Sculpture Center Lifetime Achievement Award and the Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Award at Guild Hall in East Hampton.
Infusing new life into a comfortable classic can be risky business. But for those who aim high and succeed in pulling off something unexpected and fresh from the established standard of tried and true, the rewards can be worth every effort.
At 8 p.m., the event moves into the John Drew Theater for live performances by local bands The Sectionals, Big Karma and Earthreal.
Bakithi Kumalo was working as a mechanic when he got the call. “Hey, listen, there’s a guy by the name of Paul Simon from America....
Through the lens of a millennial, Jeremy Dennis explores indigenous identity, assimilation and tradition — and, starting Saturday, he will be one of two artists included in the 2018 “Parrish Road Show,” an off-site summer exhibition series featuring temporary projects by East End artists in unexpected places.