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- A number of new fall exhibitions are popping up everywhere, including at Guild Hall, which will open three new shows on Saturday.
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.