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As mind-bogglingly oblique as Ray Johnson could be in his interviews and artwork, it is worth the effort to plumb their superficial impenetrability.
With about 350 works — masterpieces and lesser-known works from Warhol's heyday and the years he was considered in decline — the exhibition, which opened Monday, celebrates the part-time Montauk artist for his entire oeuvre, not merely as the international Pop Art sensation.
The Parrish Art Museum has changed up its permanent collection galleries and is in a mood to celebrate this weekend. Its new exhibition, “Every Picture Tells a Story,” opens to the public on Sunday with a free community day at the museum from noon to 3 p.m.
The Parrish’s reinstallation of the permanent collection galleries is enlivened this year with a grand and imposing new gift, a trio of David Salle paintings from 2005 and 2006 inspired by Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel.
The Parrish Art Museum will celebrate its new permanent collection exhibition “Every Picture Tells a Story” with a series of events this weekend.