The Parrish Art Museum, in partnership with the South Fork Natural History Museum, presents the 12th season of the Parrish Road Show featuring the works of East Hampton-based artist, Hiroyuki Hamada.
“Matter on Ground,” Hamada’s first Bridgehampton venture creating work for the outdoors, features four new or repurposed large-scale sculptures. The exhibition continues the artist’s exploration of the parallels between nature and art.
Organized by Kaitlin Halloran, Assistant Curator and Publications Coordinator, and Brianna Hernández, Assistant Curator, under supervision of Corinne Erni, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator of Art and Education, and in collaboration with the South Fork Natural History Museum, “Matter on Ground” is on view daily, from 10 AM to 4 PM through October 10.
On Saturday, September 16, at 1 PM there will be a free guided tour of the exhibit with the artist at the South Fork Natural History Museum. On Friday, September 29, at 6 PM there will be an artist talk with Corinne Erni, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator of Art and Education at the Parrish Art Museum.