Artist Alice Aycock, will be giving an illustrated talk on her extraordinary work in sculpture, public art, and drawing in the Parrish Art Museum’s Lichtenstein Theater. Her exhibition, Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating, is currently displayed at both the Parrish Art Museum and the Grey Art Gallery at New York University.
Aycock was educated at Douglass College and Hunter College and began exhibiting in New York during the early 1970s as one of a group of artists—including Gordon Matta-Clark, George Trakas, Jene Highstein, and Richard Nonas. She constructed her first large-scale, site-specific outdoor piece—a wooden maze thirty-two feet in diameter—in Pennsylvania in 1972. Presently, Alice Aycock has created dozens of stunning public art projects, which are on display at locations throughout the United States.
The Parrish Are Museum is located at 279 Montauk Hwy in Water Mill. Tickets to the talk are $10.00, free for Members, students, and children and reservations are recommended. For more information visit www.parrishart.org.