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Jasper Johns ,Skin with O’Hara Poem, 1963-1965. Collection Walker Art Center, Gift of Judy and Kenneth Dayton, 1988. Courtesy of Universal Limited Art Editions.


Talk | Skin in the Game

Alicia Longwell on Jasper Johns

June 16, 12 pm - 1 pm

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In the Lichtenstein Theater

Conversation 1/3 of a lunchtime talk series by Alicia Longwell on Jasper Johns

Thursday, June 23: Mr. Johns Regrets | Learn more→

Thursday, June 30: Stars & Stripes | Learn more→

 

In a series of three informal lunchtime talks in conjunction with the exhibition, An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018, Alicia G. Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator will discuss Jasper Johns and three common themes explored by the artist throughout his career.

During the 1960s, Johns experimented with unusual tools for making marks on his canvases and drawings. They included his own body, which he used to make imprints—a more direct way of adding his “touch” to an artwork than traditional means such as brush or pencil. The unusual self-portrait Skin with O’Hara Poem is a literal impression of the artist, rather than a painted likeness.

Guests are invited to preorder lunch through the Café at the Parrish and enjoy it in the Theater. Special Offer: Receive a free regular coffee with any Café purchase or receive a free bag of chips with the purchase of a salad or sandwich. Outside food is not permitted in the Museum.

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Advance ticket purchase with pre-event registration is recommended. Limited tickets will be available at the door.
All sales are final, non-transferable, and non-refundable.

Attendees at events in the Museum’s theater, café, or studio (ages 5 and older) are required to provide proof of full vaccination in order to maintain a mask-optional environment. Visitors to the Museum galleries (ages 2 and older) are required to wear a medical-grade mask at all times, regardless of vaccination status.

More information surrounding our COVID-19 protocol →

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Date:
June 16
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
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Talk | Skin in the Game

Alicia Longwell on Jasper Johns

June 16, 12 pm - 1 pm

REGISTER

In the Lichtenstein Theater

Conversation 1/3 of a lunchtime talk series by Alicia Longwell on Jasper Johns

Thursday, June 23: Mr. Johns Regrets | Learn more→

Thursday, June 30: Stars & Stripes | Learn more→

 

In a series of three informal lunchtime talks in conjunction with the exhibition, An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018, Alicia G. Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator will discuss Jasper Johns and three common themes explored by the artist throughout his career.

During the 1960s, Johns experimented with unusual tools for making marks on his canvases and drawings. They included his own body, which he used to make imprints—a more direct way of adding his “touch” to an artwork than traditional means such as brush or pencil. The unusual self-portrait Skin with O’Hara Poem is a literal impression of the artist, rather than a painted likeness.

Guests are invited to preorder lunch through the Café at the Parrish and enjoy it in the Theater. Special Offer: Receive a free regular coffee with any Café purchase or receive a free bag of chips with the purchase of a salad or sandwich. Outside food is not permitted in the Museum.

Order 0nline →

Advance ticket purchase with pre-event registration is recommended. Limited tickets will be available at the door.
All sales are final, non-transferable, and non-refundable.

Attendees at events in the Museum’s theater, café, or studio (ages 5 and older) are required to provide proof of full vaccination in order to maintain a mask-optional environment. Visitors to the Museum galleries (ages 2 and older) are required to wear a medical-grade mask at all times, regardless of vaccination status.

More information surrounding our COVID-19 protocol →