Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY
The Parrish Road Show, an offsite creative summer series of the Parrish Art Museum, takes place each year in August and features temporary projects by East End artists. Now in its fifth year, Parrish Road Show is designed to deeply connect creativity to everyday life by presenting exhibitions and programs at unexpected places—from public parks to historic sites—across the region. Century Arts Foundation Curator of Special Projects Andrea Grover states, “Road Show aims to broaden the traditional understanding of the function of an art museum by bringing art outside and into the community.” Parrish Road Show also has included related public programs like an art historical bike tour, outdoor movies, guided meditation, local food tastings, and live music.
PARRISH ROAD SHOW ARTISTS
Maziar Behrooz at Arc House, East Hampton
Jameson Ellis at The Bridge, Bridgehampton
Alice Hope at Camp Hero State Park, Montauk
Jill Musnicki at Bridgehampton Historical Society, Bridgehampton
Saskia Friedrich: Love, 2015, The Victor D'Amico Institute of Art/The Art Barge, Amagansett, NY. Photo by Lori Hawkins
Tucker Marder: Stampede, 2015, Water Mill, NY. Photo by Jenny Gorman.
Maziar Behrooz: Rapid Deployment Meditation Unit (RDMU) with concert by cellist Richard Vaudrey, 2012, East Hampton, NY. Photo by Andrea Grover.
Alice Hope, Under the Radar, 2012, Camp Hero State Park. Photo by Jenny Gorman.