PERMANENT COLLECTION ON VIEW

A FRESH LOOK: THE COLLECTION IN CONVERSATION
Aesthetically, black and white provides for emphatic graphic abstraction, but also nuanced approaches to both representation and abstraction. These concepts are illustrated in the thematically-organized gallery, featuring largely abstract paintings and sculpture that explore the nuance between dark and light.
FAIRFIELD PORTER RAW: THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF AN AMERICAN MASTER
Fairfield Porter Raw includes both finished artwork and others in various stages of development, revealing the creative process and working method of an American master.
INTO THE ARTIST'S WORLD: THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF FRED W. MCDARRAH
 Into the Artist’s World presents 27 recently acquired photographs by McDarrah of artists who lived, worked, or visited the East End of Long Island and contributed to the region’s rich creative legacy. Works by the artists themselves bring their portraits alive.
JOE ZUCKER
LOUISA CHASE: BELOW THE SURFACE
This survey features 18 paintings and works on paper dating from 1972–2011 by the artist who provided a view into the diary of her inner life through the bold use of color in her abstract works.
PICTURE
Picture is a two-part thematic exhibition featuring important recent acquisitions of paintings by David Salle and Photorealist artists, including Tom Blackwell, Ron Kleemann, Bertrand Meniel, and Yigal Ozeri.
SHAPING IDENTITY
WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE: THE SHINNECOCK YEARS
William Merritt Chase (1849–1916) painted the Shinnecock Hills on the East End of Long Island beginning in 1891 and founded the Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art. The exhibition features works by the artist and his students, augmented by archival photographs dating from 1890–1910 from the book Time and History by Shinnecock historian David Bunn Martine.