Two opportunities to see the art of Roy Lichtenstein:

Roy Lichtenstein: Between Sea and Sky

Though Oct. 12,Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton, L.I., More than 30 land and seascapes from the 1960s-1990s, created using paint, plastic, enamel, drawings, collage, print.

And Roy Lichtenstein: Greene Street Mural

Sept. 10 – Oct. 17, Gagosian New York, 555 W. 24th St.. A full-scale replica of a wall painting originally created by Lichtenstein in 1983.

Selections from the Saltzman Family Collection

Through Nov. 8, Nassau County Museum of Art, 1 Museum Dr, Roslyn, L.I. . The exhibition includes art by modernists such as Chagall, Brancusi, Degas and Picasso from the collection of Arnold Saltzman, the late diplomat, businessman, and Founding President of the museum.

Altered Appearances

Through Jan. 4, 2016, Fisher Landau Center for Art, 38-27 30th St., Long Island City, Queens, flcart.org. Michal Rovner’s photography is included in this show of art created with digital manipulation; subjects are not always what they appear to be.

Threatened Beauty

Sept. 6 – Jan. 10, 2016, Yeshiva University Museum, 15 W. 16th St., cjh.org. Orthodox, feminist artist Andi Arnovitz, who is based in Jerusalem, reflects on tensions with Iran in a suite of 35 colorful collage and watercolor works in an exhibit adapted from Jerusalem’s L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art.

LABSCAPES: Views Through The Microscope

Sept. 8 – Dec. 16, JCC in Manhattan ,334 Amsterdam Ave., jccmanhattan.org. Images taken by researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology using a range of microscopes used in the fields of exact sciences (chemistry and physics), life sciences, engineering and medicine.

Gego: Autobiography of a Line

Sept. 10 – Oct. 24, Dominique Lévy, 909 Madison Ave., dominique-levy.com. The first major U.S. exhibition devoted to the German-Jewish emigré artist Gertrude Goldschmidt, known as Gego, who settled in Venezuela and went on to become an abstractionist.

Wrong Tools

Sept. 17 – Oct. 24, Andrea Meislin Gallery , 534 W. 24th St., andreameislin.com. Ofri Cnaani will provide gallery visitors a visual “reading” and image map in this performative work employing a copy machine and a surveillance camera.

Beloved Dog

Oct. 29 – Dec. 12, Julie Saul Gallery, 535 W. 22nd St., saulgallery.com. A small exhibit of gouache paintings from beloved illustrator Maira Kalman’s new book.

Unorthodox

Nov. 6 – March 27, 2016, The Jewish Museum, 1109 Fifth Ave., thejewishmuseum.org. A large-scale show of over 200 works by contemporary artists from a variety of backgrounds that emphasize art’s role in breaking rules and traditions.

Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015

Nov. 7 – March 20, 2016, Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St., moma.org. Ilit Azouzaly’s work is being featured in this exhibit of new, international photography.

Deborah Kass: No Kidding

Dec. 8 – Jan. 23, 2016, Paul Kasmin Gallery, 515 W. 27th St., paulkasmingallery.com. Ten new large-scale paintings that incorporate neon and plays on words — a continuation of her series “Feel Good Paintings, For Feel Bad Times.”

Important Judaica and Israeli & International Art

Exhibit opens Dec. 12, auctions on Dec. 17, Sotheby’s, 1334 York Ave.. Sotheby’s annual exhibits and auctions of Hebrew books and manuscripts, important paintings, and ritual silver and metalwork, as well as a range of Israeli artwork. This year’s Judaica sale will feature the earliest American ketubah from 1751.

Israel in Camera: 65 years of Israeli history
from the Haaretz photo archive

Dec. 12 – 23, Ronald Feldman Gallery, 31 Mercer St. A survey of the important events captured by the Haaretz photojournalism department.