29 Museum Exhibitions to See This Spring and Summer
April 27, 2023 - Lauren Messman for The New York Times
At These American Museums, You Can Travel the World
This year, art exhibitions explore the Parisian suburbs, Pacific islands, grand Indian palaces and more through paintings, photography, sculpture and sketches.
Around the country this spring and summer, museums are aiming to transport visitors to the palaces of Udaipur, the Maya civilization, France during the Industrial Revolution, Japanese landscapes and the diverse communities of Queens — all for the price of an admission ticket.
To commemorate the Parrish Art Museum’s 125th anniversary, its curators identified artists with a connection to the East End of Long Island. Then they asked them to pick at least one piece from the museum’s collection and pair it with a work of their own. Presented in staggered phases, the first show features a neon work by the interdisciplinary artist Pamela Council in conversation with an installation by Dan Flavin, a renowned minimalist. And Nanette Carter will pay homage to multiple artists who influenced her collage work, including the abstract expressionist Frank Wimberley and the modernist Romare Bearden.
Sunday through July 23; Parrish Art Museum, parrishart.org
Back to News