Selections from the Permanent Collection November 9 2012 - October 22 2013
The inaugural exhibition of the permanent collection in the new Parrish building at 279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill, New York.
Selected Recent Acquisitions: Building a Collection
Selected Recent Acquisitions: Building a Collection will showcase paintings and sculpture never before exhibited at the Parrish, including works by Louise Nevelson, Dorothea Rockburne, and Keith Sonnier. This gallery will reflect the exponential growth of the Parrish’s permanent collection and the vision and generosity of donors who have made it possible.
Look and Look Again: Contemporary Observation
Look and Look Again: Contemporary Observation will include works by some of today’s most celebrated artists, among them Ross Bleckner, Chuck Close, April Gornik and Mary Heilmann.
American Views: Artists at Home and Abroad
American Views: Artists at Home and Abroad will feature a stellar collection of nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first-century works that chart the course of American landscape painting. Childe Hassam, Jane Freilicher, and Jane Wilson are among the artists included in this gallery.
William Merritt Chase: A Life in Art
William Merritt Chase: A Life in Art will draw from the Parrish’s distinguished holdings of this foremost American Impressionist and founder of the Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art.
Fairfield Porter: Modern American Master
Fairfield Porter: Modern American Master will present selections from the preeminent collection of the work of this influential artist and critic who for three decades made his home on the East End.
Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist
Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist will highlight works from the 1950s to the 1990s that bring into full focus the career of this Spanish-born luminary of the New York School who lived in Bridgehampton until his death in 2001.
Collective Conversations will organize a dialogue among works of Abstract Expressionism and other styles that encourages close looking and nuanced readings, and will include works by Willem De Kooning, Keith Sonnier, Jack Youngerman, and Dan Flavin.