For the past few months, Guild Hall has displayed an array of photographic portraits in the intimate space of its Wasserstein Gallery.
The set of 15 predominantly black-and-white prints, the work of Walter Weissman, befit the room, and the room enhances them.
The rich architectural detail is a good backdrop for the artful yet spare images and prods the viewer to intuit that the photographs warrant sustained scrutiny. At first, the images look like accomplished candid snapshots, grabbed casually at a party. Gradually, however, it becomes obvious that something more is happening here. East Hampton Star