Fox, Gaman, and Morris in Three Solo Shows at Parrish

An ongoing series of concentrated exhibitions
"Untitled" from 1998 by Brian Gaman is one of his cast-iron sculptures.

“Parrish Perspectives” is an ongoing series of concentrated exhibitions organized by the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill to focus on the creative process of individual artists. Three distinct shows, “Connie Fox: Self As . . .,” “Brian Gaman: Vanishing Point,” and “Lindsay Morris: You Are You,” will open on Sunday and remain on view through April 24.

In 2007, Ms. Fox, who lives in East Hampton, set up a mirror and bookstand in her studio and began a series of drawings inspired by self-portraits by Max Beckmann, the German artist, and Colette, the French writer. According to Ms. Fox, hers “are not self-portraits, more visualizations of an idea.”

“I also looked in a mirror,” she said. “However, any personal resemblance is subtle and varied: small details, a look, an attitude, metaphor.”

The drawings are a departure from her six decades as an abstract painter. The show will include 22 drawings. Those inspired by Beckmann are rendered in a stark expressionistic style, while the Colette works are more impressionistic in feel.

After earning an M.F.A. from Yale, Brian Gaman moved to New York City in the mid-1970s and began a personal exploration of the nature and process of perception, which he has continued throughout his career. The exhibition surveys his signature series: cast-iron, steel, and aluminum sculptures that call to mind industrial castoffs and mysterious machines, and enigmatic, large-scale digital works on paper, scanned from old video works and drawings and enlarged. They are meant to be, in his words, “fragmentary, still, and global.”

Before his untimely death in 2014, Mr. Gaman lived in New York City and Springs, where he designed and built a Modernist house over a period of nine years. The exhibition, organized by Terrie Sultan, the museum’s director, is accompanied by a 33-page illustrated catalog.

Lindsay Morris began documenting a weekend summer camp for gender-creative children and their families in 2007. The project resulted in a 2012 cover story for The New York Times Magazine and, three years later, the publication of “You Are You.” The Parrish exhibition, organized by Alicia Longwell, the museum’s chief curator, will include 35 images from that body of work.

Ms. Morris, who lives in Sag Harbor, studied photography and printmaking at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Michigan School of Art before detouring, with her husband, Stephen Munshin, into a 13-year career as a clothing designer. She returned to photography in 2005 and has been, since 2006, a freelance photographer and photo editor of Edible East End and Edible Long Island magazines.

Public programs related to the exhibition will include a conversation between Ms. Fox and Ms. Longwell on March 19, a gallery tour and talk by Janet Goleas on Mr. Gaman’s work on March 26, and a screening of excerpts from a documentary film based on “You Are You” and a discussion between Nick Sweeney, the film’s director, and Ms. Morris, its producer.

"Self as M.B. With Cigarette I" from 2007 by Connie Fox