Carolyn Enger, a classical pianist, will perform a free concert of on Sunday at the Montauk Library.
A.M. Homes, one of our darkest surrealists, is out with a grimly entertaining new collection of short stories.
Amid concern that its board of trustees was going gray, the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton assembled a junior council of artists and curators that — now in its fifth year — is helping to inject new life into the institution.
To enter the world of Maryam Eisler, as luxuriously displayed at Harper’s Books in East Hampton, is to experience a heightened sense of reality within a mythic view of the world.
This year’s Much Ado About Madoo will celebrate Jane Iselin, who is retiring as Madoo’s board president after six years.
Hector Leonardi at Drawing Room; contemporary photography at MM Fine Art; "Hamptons Light" at Lehr; performance at White Room, and much more.
In “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller,” Sam Green narrates Fuller’s quest with still images, video, and an original score performed by the indie rock ’n’ roll band Yo La Tengo.
The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation has given the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York 400 works by the artist to serve as a study collection, the foundation and museum announced last week.
Philippe Petit, a high-wire artist and gifted storyteller, will mine his experiences as a magician, street juggler, visual artist, carpenter, equestrian, and writer on June 22.
Martha Pichey, a playwright and screenwriter, will present a free multimedia event at the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum tomorrow evening at 6.
The Montauk Library will present “History of the 1950s and ’60s Through Popular Songs,” a free performance by Marc Black, a blues guitarist, on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The Perlman Music Program will present a four-concert chamber music marathon tomorrow and Saturday at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island.
The Bardo is the subject of Laurie Anderson’s new exhibition at Guild Hall, and also what it feels like driving from one Hamptons party to another.
A new summer season at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is off to a smashing start with “Fellow Travelers,” an engrossing and beautifully acted new drama by Jack Canfora that runs through June 17.
“Image Building,” an exhibition of photographs that have architecture as their subject at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, has an erudite and compelling catalog and a great number of knockout images.