Parrish Art Museum

Parrish Art Museum The oldest cultural institution on Long Island's East End now located in the Herzog & de Meuron-designed building in Water Mill, with a focus on American Art.
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Illuminating the creative process—how art and artists transform our experiences of the world, and how we live in it. Parrishart.org

Mission: Inspired by the natural setting and artistic life of Long Island's East End, the Parrish Art Museum illuminates the creative process and how art and artists transform our experiences and understanding of the world and how we live in it. The Museum fosters connections among individuals, art, and artists through care and interpretation of the collection, presentation of exhibitions, publications, educational initiatives, programs, and artists-in-residence. The Parrish is a center for cultural engagement, an inspiration and destination for the region, the nation, and the world. - Mission Statement adopted September, 2014.

❤ Happy Valentine’s Day ❤..#MaryHeilmann (American, born 1941), Valentine, 1990. Etching on handmade paper, 16 x 12 inch...
02/14/2020

❤ Happy Valentine’s Day ❤
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#MaryHeilmann (American, born 1941), Valentine, 1990. Etching on handmade paper, 16 x 12 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Richard I. Adrian, 2012.14.15

7 Jurors. 14 Artists. 1 Exhibition..“Artists Choose Artists” will be closing in 10 DAYS! Don’t miss the Museum’s trienni...
02/13/2020

7 Jurors. 14 Artists. 1 Exhibition.
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“Artists Choose Artists” will be closing in 10 DAYS! Don’t miss the Museum’s triennial exhibition that highlights the dynamic relationships among the multi-generational artist community of Long Island’s East End.
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Artists Choose Artists. Installation views. Photos by Gary Mamay. @ Parrish Art Museum

02/13/2020
Conversation with artist Deborah Buck and Dennis Scholl, Director of "Lifeline: Clyfford Still" - 2/7/20

Conversation with artist Deborah Buck and Dennis Scholl, Director of "Lifeline: Clyfford Still" - 2/7/20

February 7th, 2020 The Parrish hosted a special screening of Lifeline: Clyfford Still. Followed by a conversation with director Dennis Scholl and artist Deborah Buck, moderated by Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Clyfford Still, one of the strongest, most original contributors to abstract expressioni...

Hamptons Arts Network
02/12/2020

Hamptons Arts Network

THAWFEST returns! And this year it will span the full month of March from 3/6 to 3/29 in order to allow visitors to experience all we have to offer.

Visit https://www.hamptonsartsnetwork.org/new-page for a full schedule of programs by our 19 dynamic Arts and Culture organizations and mark your calendars now so you don't miss a thing!

Artist to Artist: Mel Kendrick and Mary Heilmann on Louisa Chase - 3/8/19
01/30/2020
Artist to Artist: Mel Kendrick and Mary Heilmann on Louisa Chase - 3/8/19

Artist to Artist: Mel Kendrick and Mary Heilmann on Louisa Chase - 3/8/19

March 8th, 2019 Join artists Mel Kendrick and Mary Heilmann for an illuminating talk about the works of fellow artist Louisa Chase that are part of the Parrish Permanent Collection. Moderated by Parrish Director Terrie Sultan.

01/23/2020
The Artist's Lens: Conversation with Amei Wallach, Director of "Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine" - 1/17/20

The Artist's Lens: Conversation with Amei Wallach, Director of "Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine" - 1/17/20

January 17th, 2020 As part of The Artist’s Lens series, co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. The Parrish hosted a special screening of Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine. Followed by a conversation with Amei Wallach and Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Filmed with unparall...

01/16/2020
Artists Choose Artists: Art, Science, and the Environment - 1/10/20

Artists Choose Artists: Art, Science, and the Environment - 1/10/20

January 10th, 2020 Artists Irina Alimanestianu, Scott Bluedorn, Janet Culbertson and Juror Lillian Ball in conversation with Ecologist Carl Safina. Join this multi-generational group of artists who all address environmental issues from different vantage points—Juror Lillian Ball, her two selectees...

01/09/2020
In conversation with Thomas Joshua Cooper

In conversation with Thomas Joshua Cooper

Thomas Joshua Cooper in conversation with Parrish Director Terrie Sultan on his exhibit Thomas Joshua Cooper: Refuge (May 5, 2019 to July 28, 2019) Throughout his career, Thomas Joshua Cooper has been preoccupied with water as a focal point for his abiding fascination with the landscape, historical....

This Friday, see selected Artists Irina Alimanstianu, Scott Bluedorn, and Janet Culbertson from “Artists Choose Artists”...
01/08/2020

This Friday, see selected Artists Irina Alimanstianu, Scott Bluedorn, and Janet Culbertson from “Artists Choose Artists” in conversation with juror Lillian Ball and Ecologist Carl Safina as they discuss their approach to environmental issues from different vantage points. Visit parrishart.org for more info or to register.
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1. Irina Alimanestianu (American, born 1957), deep sea vent, 2017. Oil, ink, watercolor, gesso, pencil, and gouache on Arches paper, 44 x 90 inches, 2. Scott Bluedorn (American, born 1986), Integrated Ocean Energy Farm, 2019. Watercolor and graphite on paper, 30 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist, 3. Janet Culbertson (American, born 1932), The First Billboard, 1987. Oil on canvas, 34 x 48 inches. Courtesy of the artist. @ Parrish Art Museum

"Artists Choose Artists," now on view! Seven notable artists were named as jurors. Each juror selected two artists based...
01/06/2020

"Artists Choose Artists," now on view! Seven notable artists were named as jurors. Each juror selected two artists based on submissions. The exhibition comprises the work of the jurors and artists, and includes painting, sculpture, photography, prints, video, and mixed media.
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Artists Choose Artists. Installation view. Photo: Gary Mamay

01/02/2020
In conversation with Renate Aller

In conversation with Renate Aller

Renate Aller in conversation with Parrish Director Terrie Sultan on her exhibit Renate Aller: The Space Between Memory and Expectation (March 24–July 28, 2019) A focused exhibition of works by the German-born photographer illuminating her exploration of the interrelationship of romanticism, memory...

"Questions are fiction, and answers are anything from more fiction to science-fiction." - Saul Steinberg....Saul Steinbe...
12/30/2019

"Questions are fiction, and answers are anything from more fiction to science-fiction." - Saul Steinberg
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Saul Steinberg (American, born Romania, 1914–1999), Trains, 1950. Wallpaper for piazza prints. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of the Saul Steinberg Foundation © 2019 Saul Steinberg Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The staff, trustees, and the Director of the Parrish Art Museum wish you and your families peace and joy for the holiday...
12/23/2019

The staff, trustees, and the Director of the Parrish Art Museum wish you and your families peace and joy for the holidays and the new year. We cherish our members, friends, and visitors, and will continue to be a place for everyone to be inspired and nourished by the power of art and community.
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Richard Estes (American, born 1932), Untitled, 1973. Gouache on paper, 16 x 11 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y, Gift of Susan Pear and Louis Koenig Meisel.
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#happyholidays #happynewyear

“I placed my hand on a tree trunk and instantaneously felt that every element of the landscape was alive—the light, air,...
12/17/2019

“I placed my hand on a tree trunk and instantaneously felt that every element of the landscape was alive—the light, air, ground and trees. All were interrelated, living the same life and (this is important in my art) their forms were all interchangeable.” - John Ferren
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John Ferren (American, 1908–1970), New York Summer Landscape, 1953. Oil on Orlon, 20 x 29 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Museum Purchase, Mrs. Audrey McMahon Fund

“I don't paint to live, I live to paint.” - Willem de Kooning....Willem de Kooning (American, born Netherlands, 1904–199...
12/13/2019

“I don't paint to live, I live to paint.” - Willem de Kooning
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Willem de Kooning (American, born Netherlands, 1904–1997), Untitled ###VIII, 1983. Oil on canvas, 70 x 80 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Museum purchase, Ahmet and Mica Ertegun Fund, Mrs. Lawrence B. Dunham Fund, in Memory of Lilian Haines Crittenden, Alice Crocker Bequest Fund, and with funds from Ambassador and Mrs. Ronald Lauder, and Ahmet and Mica Ertegun.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum
12/13/2019
Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Hyperallergic has named "Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown," curated by Lise Motherwell and Elizabeth Smith at Parrish Art Museum, as one of their top 20 US art shows! Billy Anania writes "It’s a crucial show because it demonstrates how Frankenthaler’s ability to capture the light [in Provincetown] became a defining achievement during her time in the Cape Cod art colony, where she found new ways to translate her experience into an aesthetic."

Holding this exhibition at PAAM in 2018 was one of the highlights of the decade--we're so proud that it continued to inspire audiences beyond its life here!

12/12/2019
OLA Film Festival: Conversation with Juan Caunedo Domínguez, Director of "Before the Ferry Arrives"

OLA Film Festival: Conversation with Juan Caunedo Domínguez, Director of "Before the Ferry Arrives"

As part of the OLA Film Festival, organized by the Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, the Parrish hosted a special screening of Before the Ferry Arrives, followed by a conversation with Director Juan Caunedo Domínguez, live from Madrid, Spain. The film, a directing debut of Caun...

In "Before the Journey" Bell experimented with complex compositions and dramatic lighting to record interplays of reflec...
12/10/2019

In "Before the Journey" Bell experimented with complex compositions and dramatic lighting to record interplays of reflection and shadow. His pastel and colored pencil drawing shimmers with infusions of light.
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Charles Bell (American, 1935–1995), Before the Journey, 1986. Pastel and colored pencil on board, 39 x 58 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y, Gift of Susan Pear and Louis Koenig Meisel.

“I find landscape painting not so easy as I supposed; for I have to broil under an umbrella half a day at a sitting, and...
12/06/2019

“I find landscape painting not so easy as I supposed; for I have to broil under an umbrella half a day at a sitting, and the hottest, sunniest days are the best.”- Martin Johnson Heade
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Martin Johnson Heade (American, 1819–1904), Sunset: A Florida Marsh, ca. 1895–1904. Oil on board, 6 1/8 x 12 3/8 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Clark Collection.

12/03/2019

We give thanks for you this #GivingTuesday. Without your support as followers and friends, donors and Members, artists and audiences, the Parrish would not be what it is today. We invite you to show your enthusiasm for the arts with an end-of-year gift to the Museum. Link in bio.

12/03/2019

We give thanks for you this #GivingTuesday. Without your support as followers and friends, donors and Members, artists and audiences, the Parrish would not be what it is today. We invite you to show your enthusiasm for the arts with an end-of-year gift to the Museum. Link in bio.

Shapes and lines define Tom Slaughter’s vision of urban and country life. Made in primary colors or stark black-and-whit...
11/22/2019

Shapes and lines define Tom Slaughter’s vision of urban and country life. Made in primary colors or stark black-and-white, his images are pared down icons of everyday life made joyful by his hand..

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Tom Slaughter (American, 1955–2014), Red Windows, 1994. Flashe paint on canvas, 72 x 60 inches. Collection of Keith and Stacy Miller

Join us this evening at 6 pm for a talk with Ralph Gibson, Tria Giovan, and Thomas Hoepker! Learn more: https://parrisha...
11/22/2019
Positive About Negatives - The Independent

Join us this evening at 6 pm for a talk with Ralph Gibson, Tria Giovan, and Thomas Hoepker!

Learn more: https://parrishart.org/event/artists-choose-artists-talk/

Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will host “Gallery Talk: The Artist’s View” on Friday, November 22, from 6 to 8 PM. In conversation will be photographers Tria Giovan, Thomas Hoepker, and Ralph Gibson, discussing their featured work in Artists Choose Artists, a triennial exhibition highlightin...

Artists Choose Artists juror Ralph Gibson has created images that often incorporate erotic and mysterious undertones. Se...
11/19/2019

Artists Choose Artists juror Ralph Gibson has created images that often incorporate erotic and mysterious undertones. See him in conversation with his selected artists, Tria Giovan, and Thomas Hoepker this Friday at the Museum! Visit parrishart.org for more information.
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Ralph Gibson (American, born 1939), Untitled (Cactus) (from The Vertical Horizon series), 2019. Archival Inkjet print, 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

11/18/2019
Talk following the Screening of SAW

Talk following the Screening of SAW

Guest curated by filmmaker Micaela Durand, SAW is a program of six short films that features the work of seven filmmakers (Daniel Chew, Micaela Durand, Simon Liu, Jordan Lord, Laurel Nakadate, Paul Pfeiffer, and Rachel Rose) who investigate the relationship between seeing and being seen. The screeni...

"Abstract art demands an awareness of the intrinsic use of materials and a fuller employment of these means which build ...
11/15/2019

"Abstract art demands an awareness of the intrinsic use of materials and a fuller employment of these means which build a new imaginative world by using them for their own potential worth." - Alice Trumbull Mason
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Alice Trumbull Mason (American, 1904–1971), “Hollow Tree,” 1962. Oil on canvas, 16 1/8 x 14 7/8 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Helen Bates Muller, 1991.10.

"I wanted to keep my working conditions as simple as possible: a sheet of paper, watercolors, and somebody in front of m...
11/12/2019

"I wanted to keep my working conditions as simple as possible: a sheet of paper, watercolors, and somebody in front of me." Till Freiwald
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Till Freiwald (Peruvian, born 1963), “Untitled,” 1997. Watercolor with graphite on paper, 92 x 60 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of The Carol and Arthur Goldberg Collection, 2012.29.1.

11/11/2019
Parrish Road Show Artists' Talk: Candace Hill Montgomery and Laurie Lambrecht

Parrish Road Show artists Candace Hill Montgomery and Laurie Lambrecht in conversation with Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects.
Parrish Road Show is the Museum’s off-site project designed to encourage engagement and interaction between artists and the communities outside the Museum’s walls. Each year, selected artists work together with the Parrish and partner venues to create new work and to provide unusual opportunities for visitors to see and experience art in unexpected places, from public parks and highways to historical sites and community centers.

"For a thing to be abstract meant to me that you had to feel strongly enough about it to turn your back on realism and d...
11/06/2019

"For a thing to be abstract meant to me that you had to feel strongly enough about it to turn your back on realism and do everything necessary in an abstract way to put across a feeling which meant being totally abstract or non-objective." - Perle Fine
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Perle Fine (American, 1908–1988), Untitled, ca. 1935–40. Oil on canvas, 10 x 24 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of the Estate of Perle Fine, 1989.10.1.

The Parrish Art Museum wishes you a night full of frights and a bag full of delights! Happy Halloween!....Saul Steinberg...
10/31/2019

The Parrish Art Museum wishes you a night full of frights and a bag full of delights! Happy Halloween!
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Saul Steinberg (American-Romanian, 1914–1999), “Untitled,” 1969. Pencil, conté crayon, colored pencil, and rubber stamp on paper. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of the Saul Steinberg Foundation, 2019.6.26.

Beer-lovers and foodies alike will be delighted.Tonight.  6 - 8pm.  $55 for Members.  $75 for Nonmembers.Enjoy live musi...
10/26/2019

Beer-lovers and foodies alike will be delighted.

Tonight. 6 - 8pm. $55 for Members. $75 for Nonmembers.

Enjoy live music, zip tours of the galleries, and ample opportunity for socializing and having fun!

https://327.blackbaudhosting.com/327/The-Art-of-the-Brew-2019

Images courtesy: Moustache Brewing Co., Calissa, Westhampton Beach Brewing Company, The Golden Pear, Twin Fork Beer Co, Great South Bay Brewery, East End Food Institute, and Knot of this World Pretzels.

A sneak peek at our latest installation: “What We See, How We See.” A seven-part exhibition that contextualizes work by ...
10/25/2019

A sneak peek at our latest installation: “What We See, How We See.” A seven-part exhibition that contextualizes work by a variety of artists through the lens of how they see and interpret the world around them. Opening November 10, 2019!
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Valerie Jaudon (American, born 1945), Carrollton II, 1979. Oil on canvas, 18 ¼ x 18 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Britta Le Va and Joe Zucker, 2013.21.2.

Join us tomorrow, Saturday, October 26 from 6-8pm for The Art of the Brew! This dynamic event features a fun and appetiz...
10/25/2019

Join us tomorrow, Saturday, October 26 from 6-8pm for The Art of the Brew! This dynamic event features a fun and appetizing celebration of Long Island beers, ciders, and food with live music and ample opportunity to explore what's on view in the galleries. Sponsored by the Parrish Art Museum Business Council.

Tickets:
$75 | $55 Members
https://parrishart.org/event/artofthebrew2019/

In addition to our fantastic breweries, caterers, this event would not be possible without the support of our Brewmaster, Lager, and Ale sponsors, as well as the leadership of Parrish Business Council. THANK YOU!

BREWMASTER SPONSORS
Brown Harris Stevens
The Express News Group
The Hamptons Dentist - Joshua A Weiler, DMD
Long and Mattone, LLP
Men at Work Construction
Sound Aircraft Services, Inc.

LAGER SPONSORS
The Baker House 1650
Cook Maran & Associates
The Hackett Group, Merrill Lynch
White Fences Inn Water Mill

ALE SPONSORS
The 1708 House
The 1770 House Restaurant and Inn
Douglas Elliman - Hamptons
Erik Fredrickson Coaching
Hamptons Employment Agency, Inc.
Harmonia, Inc.
Christopher Jeffrey and Laura Luciano – Christopher Jeffrey Architects
Par East Mortgage Company
Valley Bank

10/25/2019

FILM & TALK: AMERICAN ART IN THE 1960s
Sunday, October 27, 3 pm

This Sunday is the last day of "Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown." Don't miss your chance to see this exhibition before it's gone!

Stop by the Museum for a day of free admission, including a film that gives you a snapshot of one of the most exciting periods in modern art, featuring innovators like Helen Frankenthaler and Andy Warhol.

Learn more: https://parrishart.org/event/film-talk-american-art-in-the-1960s/

Beer tasting. Pub bites. Live Music.Don't miss out on The Art of the Brew this Saturday, October 26!Long Island brewerie...
10/24/2019
The Art of the Brew - Parrish Art Museum

Beer tasting. Pub bites. Live Music.

Don't miss out on The Art of the Brew this Saturday, October 26!

Long Island breweries featured: Great South Bay Brewery, Moustache Brewing Co., Twin Fork Beer Co, and Westhampton Beach Brewing Company.

Pub-inspired food provided by: The Golden Pear, East End Food Institute, Calissa, and Knot of this World Pretzels.

Additional offerings provided by Plain-T.

Register Join us nfor The Art of the Brew, a fun and appetizing celebration of Long Island beers, ciders, and food with live music and ample opportunity to explore what’s on view in the galleries. Sponsored by the Parrish Art Museum Business Council. $75 | $55 Members Sponsorship opportunities beg...

Aesthetica Magazine
10/23/2019

Aesthetica Magazine

Photographer Ralph Gibson is recognised for images with surrealist, mysterious undertones. Shadowy vignettes capture fragmented details of everyday life.

Part of Parrish Art Museum's 'Artists Choose Artists' 2019 Jury. The show opens 10 November. http://aestheti.cc/x1jz5

“Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown” closes this Sunday, October 27! Don’t miss your chance to see t...
10/22/2019

“Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown” closes this Sunday, October 27! Don’t miss your chance to see the exhibition that The New York Times called “rapturous” and “triumphant.”
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Frankenthaler in her studio “in the woods,” Provincetown, 1969. Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Archives, New York. Photography by Bill Ridenhour.

“Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown” closes this Sunday, October 27! Don’t miss your chance to see t...
10/22/2019

“Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown” closes this Sunday, October 27! Don’t miss your chance to see the exhibition that The New York Times called “rapturous” and “triumphant.”
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Frankenthaler in her studio “in the woods,” Provincetown, 1969. Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Archives, New York. Photography by Bill Ridenhour.

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It’s time for the Museum to send their security team to a Customer Service Intervention class. My daughter and her friend were harassed the minute they walked into the building today by a guard. Both are college art students. He continued to shadow them along with the rest of the staff the whole time they were trying to enjoy the exhibit. They had a very uncomfortable experience to say the least. Shame on you all.
This is our Art Museum...... one time our museum was in the center of the village Of Southampton! Big change!
Wonderful exhibit today and excellent docent! First time there and hope to return to see the next exhibits.
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