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The first two of six works attributed to Willem de Kooning and discovered in a storage container sold on Sunday for a grand total of $1,272,000 after multiple bids.
Inhabiting a time and place rich in artistic crosscurrents and cross-pollination, Lee Krasner apparently always sought a unique vision, but one distilled from the radical advances in abstraction of her avant-garde peers and predecessors.
On a weekend when the United States Supreme Court solidified a conservative majority, prompting protests among those fearing its future decisions, the Hamptons International Film Festival offered a slate of films and programs that reflected this moment and events that have led up to it.
"Law and Order: SVU" and its star, East Hampton's Mariska Hargitay, are celebrating 20 seasons this year. The creator and cast recently gathered to take note of its legacy for the #MeToo movement.
Matthew Broderick's career has been highlighted by his turns as straight man to some highly unusual characters. In "To Dust" he plays a scientist intrigued by an Orthodox cantor's quest to know how long it takes for human bodies to decompose.
“Fred W. McDarrah: New York Scenes” is a fitting and compelling visual epitaph for a photographer, publication, and ultimately a city that no longer exists.
The Hamptons International Film Festival this week released its full online guide in advance of individual tickets going on sale on Monday.