• Photo courtesy of the artist

    Friday Night

    JAZZ ON THE TERRACE: ABELITA MATEUS

    July 19, 6 pm

    Grammy-nominated Brazilian singer, songwriter, and pianist Abelita Mateus ignites Jazz on the Terrace at the Museum with her thrilling vocals, original songs, and virtuoso piano playing.

  • Installation view: Thomas Joshua Cooper: Refuge, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, May 5–July 28, 2019. Photo: Gary Mamay

    SPECIAL EXHIBITION ON VIEW

    THOMAS JOSHUA COOPER: REFUGE

    May 5–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 and cultural geography, cartography, and the problems of picture-making. Thomas Joshua Cooper: Refuge features more than 49 photographs, anchored by the 20 images Cooper made along the coastal and inland waterways and interior landscapes throughout the East End of Long Island’s North and South Forks, and Shelter Island.

  • Renate Aller (German, born 1960), Mountain Interval PLATE 29 #97s, Alaska, Valdez Range, August 2017 , 2017. Archival pigment print, 60 x 89 inches. Courtesy the artist

    SPECIAL EXHIBITION ON VIEW

    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, and place.

  • Jean-Luc Mylayne

    Jean-Luc Mylayne (French, born 1946), No. 186, January February 2004, 2004. C-print, 48 x 60 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Mylene and Jean-Luc Mylayne, 2009.7.1

    SPECIAL EXHIBITION ON VIEW

    JEAN-LUC MYLAYNE:
    A MATTER OF PLACE

    March 24–July 28, 2019

    Monumentally scaled photographs by the French artist who juxtaposes natural and man-made, stillness and motion, calm and tension within poetic and mysterious photographs.

  • Louisa Chase (American, born Panama, 1951–2016), Untitled, 1988. Oil on canvas, 84 x 72 inches. Gift of Theodore and Ruth Baum, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, 2000.7

    PERMANENT COLLECTION ON VIEW

    EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY

    November 11, 2018–October 6, 2019

    Each year, the Museum creates a new exhibition drawn from its collection of more than 3,000 works. Every Picture Tells a Story presents focused exhibitions that explore the many ways that images carry narrative meaning, featuring Fairfield Porter, Louisa Chase, Photorealist artists, photographer Fred W. McDarrah, and more.

  • Thomas Joshua Cooper (American, born 1946), Afternoon – Finding the sea again, Sagaponack, Southampton Township, (South Fork) Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, 2016/2018. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 inches. Collection of the artist

    News

    Thomas Joshua Cooper: On the East Coast of America

    BBC News

    By Phil Coomes | May 6, 2019

UPCOMING EVENTS

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Family Programs
Explore exhibitions and create art together through hands-on activities using varied art materials and techniques.
Children's Programs
Workshops and hands-on art making with artists and Museum educators designed for children ages 5 to 12.
Teen and Adult Workshops

Workshops and classes for teens and adults: painting outdoors, life drawing, still life painting, collage.

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

William Merritt Chase (American, 1849–1916) 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

THE PERMANENT COLLECTION
AND ARTIST STORIES

The Parrish Collection is now available digitally. View and learn about individual works and get information on art works in the Parrish Permanent Collection.

Artist Stories is a unique collection of historic photographs, biographical information, and maps. Explore the dynamic history of artists who visited, lived, or worked on the East End of Long Island from the 1820s to the present.

 

Special thanks to The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation for their support to make this scholarship accessible.