The Parrish Art Museum Podcast

The Parrish Art Museum Podcast

The Parrish illuminates the creative process through programs that bring together art, artists, and the community. Conversations and talks on emerging trends, artist projects, and important cultural issues provide opportunities for learning, sharing, and becoming inspired.

Episodes

July 11, 2022 19 min

The Gardener is a film that reflects upon the meaning of gardening and its impact on our lives. Co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest and in conjunction with  Landscape Pleasures, the documentary features the influential gardener and plantsman Frank Cabot shortly before his passing at the age of 86. Cabot recounts his personal quest for perfection at Les Quatre Vents, his 20-acre English style garden and summer estate, which he opene...

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Conversation and Q & A in the Lichtenstein Theater with Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education and Larissa Goldston, Director of Universal Limited Art Editions

 

Exhibition open April 24 to July 10, 2022

Organized in four thematic sections, An Art of Changes follows Jasper Johns (American, born 1930) through the years as he revises and recycles key motifs, including the American...

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A conversation with executive producer Marquise Stillwell; producer, cinematographer, and designer/animator Petter Ringbom; and co-producer Ashley Lukasik; moderated by András Szántó, author, cultural strategist, and Art Basel Conversations host. Taking place before the in-person screening of 

The New Bauhaus - The life and legacy of Moholy-Nagy

2019, Documentary, 85 minutes

Director/Producer: Alysa Nahmias

In 1937, László Moholy-N...

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A conversation with Senior Curator Corinne Erni, Filmmaker and Artist Jill Magid, and Dia Art Foundation Associate Curator Matilde Guidelli-Guidi. Before the screening of The Proposal, co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest, in collaboration with Dia.

The Proposal

Known as “the artist among architects”, Luis Barragán is among the world’s most celebrated architects of the 20th century. Upon his death in 1988, much of his work was locke...

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Inspiring lecture by award-winning horticulturist, landscape designer, photographer, and lecturer, Patrick Cullina.

 

Patrick Cullina Gardens Outside of the Frame and Page — Inspirations for and Elements of Dynamic Landscapes Beyond the Picturesque An exploration of the nature of dynamic landscapes and their essential elements, a discussion of the regional ecologies that inform them, and an argument for the real art of landscapes —...

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Inspiring lecture by renowned landscape designer, Deborah Nevins.

The Stavros Niarchos Park in Athens A 40 acre sustainable, drought tolerant, park and an education working in horticultural zones 4 to 13.

  Deborah Nevins founded the New York-based landscape design firm Deborah Nevins & Associates over 25 years ago. Her firm’s work includes the 40-acre Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center and Park in Athens (a collabora...
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Join Chief Curator Alicia Longwell and abstract painter Lucien Smith, whose 10 large-scale paintings from his 2013 Southampton Suite are currently on view, for an illustrated talk.

 

Lucien Smith (b.1989) is best known for his process-based works that employ both accidental and improvisational marks to create loose, all-over compositions. Organized by Alicia Longwell, Lucien Smith: Southampton Suite brings the artist’s Rain Paintin...

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April 24th, 2020

In an article published recently in artnet.com that prompted responses from around the world, cultural strategist András Szántó posited the urgency of museums to lead the way to reopen as soon as is safely possible, providing a haven in a time of trauma and disruption and signaling a return to normalcy.

In this live-stream conversation with Parrish Art Museum Director Terrie Sultan, Szántó discusses the critical ne...

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April 10th, 2020

Last September, the Parrish Art Museum invited OptoSonic Tea to present an evening-length performance, featuring 18 of the world’s most innovative video and sound artists to interact with the architecture and landscape of the Museum. The durational and site-specific group improvisation featured visual artists performing live in different areas outside of the Museum building, while live musicians and sound artists p...

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December 14, 2018

The Parrish hosted a special screening of the short film Keith Sonnier - Sketches to Neon, followed by a conversation with filmmaker Lana Jokel, and artist Keith Sonnier. Moderated by Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator.

Jokel’s 15 minute pilot illuminates the history and creative process of Sonnier, a pioneering figure in the fields of conceptual, post-minimal, video, and performance art w...

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March 6th, 2020

As part of The Artist’s Lens series, co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. The Parrish hosted a special screening of Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack, directed by Deborah Shaffer. Followed by a conversation with the artist Audrey Flack and Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack gives an intimate look at the life and creative process of Parrish collection artist, sculptor, painter, feminist, and re...

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February 22nd, 2020

The Parrish hosted a special performance of 4 Little Girls: Moving Portraits of the American Civil Rights Movement, by the Edge School of the Arts (ESOTA), co-presented with the Hamptons United Methodist Church and with support from the Jerome Foundation for Jerome Artist Fellow, Kerri Edge. Followed by a conversation with artistic director Kerri Edge, the performers and special guest tap dancer Omar Edwards, mo...

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February 14th, 2020

As part of The Artist’s Lens series, co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. The Parrish hosted a special screening of Ursula von Rydingsvard: Into Her Own, directed by Daniel Traub. Followed by a conversation with Ursula Von Rydingsvard and Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Ursula is a New York-based contemporary artist whose artworks encompasses sculpture and two-dimensional imagery. Her work, rooted in the sculpti...

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February 7th, 2020

The Parrish hosted a special screening of Lifeline: Clyfford Still. Followed by a conversation with director Dennis Scholl and artist Deborah Buck, moderated by Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Clyfford Still, one of the strongest, most original contributors to abstract expressionism, walked away from the commercial artworld at the height of his career. Extremely disciplined, principled, and prolific, Still left b...

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March 8th, 2019

Join artists Mel Kendrick and Mary Heilmann for an illuminating talk about the works of fellow artist Louisa Chase that are part of the Parrish Permanent Collection. Moderated by Parrish Director Terrie Sultan.

 

Our Friday Night programs at the Parrish are made possible, in part, by presenting sponsor Bank of America, with additional support provided by The Corcoran Group and Sandy and Stephen Perlbinder.

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January 17th, 2020

As part of The Artist’s Lens series, co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. The Parrish hosted a special screening of Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine. Followed by a conversation with Amei Wallach and Parrish Director Terrie Sultan. Filmed with unparalleled access between 1993 and 2007, Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine is a cinematic journey inside the life an...

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January 10th, 2020

Join this multi-generational group of artists who all address environmental issues from different vantage points—Juror Lillian Ball, her two selectees Scott Bluedorn and Janet Culbertson, and Irina Alimanestianu (selected by Alexis Rockman)—as they converse with ecologist Carl Safina about how art and science can interact to draw attention to these issues. Moderated by Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach an...

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May 5th, 2019

Thomas Joshua Cooper in conversation with Parrish Director Terrie Sultan on his exhibit Thomas Joshua Cooper: Refuge (May 5, 2019 to 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...

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May 24th, 2019

Join photographer Renate Aller and Parrish Art Museum Director Terrie Sultan as they discuss Aller’s new book, Mountain Interval. Aller is a contemporary photographer from Germany based in New York. As a child, she spent vacations visiting, hiking, and photographing the mountains of Austria, Germany, and Italy, beginning her lifelong appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Her latest project includes mountain peaks...

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November 15th, 2019

As part of the OLA Film Festival, organized by the Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, the Parrish hosted a special screening of Before the Ferry Arrives, followed by a conversation with Director Juan Caunedo Domínguez, live from Madrid, Spain. The film, a directing debut of Caunedo, alongside Vladimir García and Raúl Escobar Delgado, is a dark comedy that explores the sense of expectation and ...

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