• Antonio Kahlo. Frida Kahlo with Juan O'Gorman and dog, ca. 1950. 33 x 43 x 2 cm. Collection of Cristina Kahlo

    November 19, 2022 to April 2, 2023

    Kahlo: An Expanded Body

    Kahlo: An Expanded Body is a groundbreaking investigation into iconic artist Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907-1954) through the lens of her dramatic medical history and its sustained impact on her life and work. The multi-gallery exhibition provides new insight into the importance of the body to Kahlo as enduring source material for representational and metaphorical depictions of her physical and emotional life.


  • Mel Kendrick (American, born 1949), L450, 2019. Ebonized mahogany, 89 x 51 x 32 inches. Courtesy of the artist and David Nolan Gallery.

    November 6, 2022 to February 19, 2023

    Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things

    Presenting a wide range of sculpture from the artist’s decades-long career, Seeing Things in Things celebrates Kendrick’s unique approach to artmaking fueled by a tireless inquiry into the seemingly limitless possibility of sculpture. The multi-gallery exhibition explores how Kendrick (American, b. 1949) exploits the essential properties of his selected medium to create work that inherently lays bare the process by which it was made.


  • Denise "Weetahmoe" Silva-Dennis, detail view, Denise Silva-Dennis: Wunne Ohke–The Return to Good Ground, 2022.

    Open Daily Offsite

    Denise Silva-Dennis: Wunne Ohke–The Return to Good Ground

    For the 2022 Parrish Road Show, the Museum has invited Shinnecock artist Denise Silva-Dennis to create an outdoor mural at the Sisters of St. Joseph Villa in Hampton Bays. Wunne Ohke–The Return to Good Ground continues the artist’s life-long practice of inter-generational education and storytelling through the arts.


  • © Hank Willis Thomas, Remember Me, 2022. Installation view, Parrish Art Museum. White neon with black painted front, 95 x 624 1/2 inches. Courtesy the Artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Photo Credit: Gary Mamay

    May 22, 2022 to May 14, 2023

    Remember Me

    Hank Willis Thomas

    Installed on the south-facing façade of the Museum is the 55-foot neon Remember Me (2022) by Hank Willis Thomas (American, 1976)—the first work presented as part of the exhibition Another Justice: US Is Them.


  • Guests enjoying Music on the Terrace from the Meadow. Photo: Parrish Art Museum.


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  • Isa Genzken's Two Orchids (2015/2016) in Field of Dreams at the Parrish Art Museum, November 2020. Photo: Jenny Gorman

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    William Merritt Chase, The Big Bayberry Bush (The Bayberry Bush), ca. 1895. Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 33 1/8 inches. The Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, Littlejohn Collection

    Celebrating 125 Years of Engagement, Vision, and Excellence

    Join us as we celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Museum and the artists who are part of our collection, the community, and the legacy of the East End of Long Island. Explore the exciting year ahead and be a part of this important milestone.



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William Merritt Chase, The Big Bayberry Bush (The Bayberry Bush), ca. 1895. Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 33 1/8 inches. The Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, Littlejohn Collection


Delve into the Parrish Collection of more than 3,000 paintings, sculpture, works on paper, and mixed media to learn more about our artists and individual art works.

In Artist Stories, explore the dynamic history of artists of the region from the 1820s to the present through historic photographs, biographical information, a timeline, and interactive map.



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