The Parrish Art Museum is a place to discover and connect with artists and art
with a focus on the rich creative legacy of the East End and its global impact on the art world.


We present 15 temporary exhibitions each year, including new installations drawn from our world-class collection of more than 3,000 works, special exhibitions that reconsider the work of a single artist, and group exhibitions that explore compelling themes. The Parrish produces over 100 public programs—film, music, and talks—and offers a year-round schedule of inspiring classes and workshops.

The Parrish Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and by the property taxpayers, from the Southampton Union Free School District and the Tuckahoe Common School District.


Glory In the Flower
Art & Antiques | Summer 2022
Racquel Chevremont and Mickalene Thomas “Set It Off”
Interview Magazine | July 13, 2022
Socialites and collectors hit Parrish Art Museum parties
Page Six | July 12, 2022
A Weekend to Remember
Town & Country | July 11, 2022
“Set It Off” Boldly Challenges History, Identity And Artistic Mediums
Cool Hunting | June 9, 2022
Parrish Art Museum Names New Director
New York Times | June 8, 2022
Meet Melanie Crader, The Parrish Art Museum's New Deputy Director
Hamptons | April 15, 2022
Parrish Art Museum Names Hammer Museum Exhibitions Director as New Deputy Director
ARTnews | January 11, 2022
peter campus Films Take in the Landscape
Cultured Magazine | October 5, 2021
Tomashi Jackson Rediscovers Long Island’s Beleaguered Past
Hyperallergic | September 15, 2021
Tomashi Jackson Uncovers the Hidden Histories of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx People in the Hamptons
ARTnews | July 26, 2021
‘Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948-1960’ Review: Before His Career Popped
The Wall Street Journal | August 28, 2021
Tomashi Jackson Uncovers the Hidden Histories of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx People in the Hamptons
ARTnews | July 26, 2021
Before Roy Lichtenstein Went Pop
The New Yorker | July 21, 2021
Tomashi Jackson Harvests Histories From the Land of Plenty
The New York Times | July 8, 2021
Lonnie Holley’s Life of Perseverance, and Art of Transformation
The New York Times | May 6, 2021
Lonnie Holley is Still Explosively Experimental
Cultured Magazine | May 5, 2021
Let’s Talk Art: Abstract Artist Nanette Carter
The Press News Group | May 5, 2021
The Mothers Of Invention: Women Trailblazers In Abstraction
The Press News Group | May 5, 2021
Let’s Talk Art: Virva Hinnemo
The Press News Group | May 3, 2021
Enjoy Art al fresco with Parrish Art Museum's Walking Tours
Newsday | March 22, 2021
Parrish Art Museum Announces New Director
The New York Times | February 3, 2021
Lucien Smith: From Wunderkind to Artists' Champion
The East Hampton Star | January 14, 2021
8 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out
The Strategist | December 16, 2020
Parrish Art Museum featured as Governor Cuomo's Photo of the Day
New York State's Coronavirus Updates | December 15, 2020
Striking Composition
Aesthetica | October 1, 2020
Lucien Smith Finds Poetic Justice In ‘Southampton Suite’
Sag Harbor Express | September 30, 2020
Artists Stories from the Pandemic
The Brooklyn Rail | September 9, 2020
Last meal: Jackie Black at the Parrish Art Museum, NY
Wall Street International Magazine | August 31, 2020
The Parrish Art Museum Opens a Sculpture Meadow
Barron's | August 21, 2020
Fed Up With Speculators, Artist Lucien Smith Quit His Galleries. Now He’s Been Rewarded With His First Solo Museum Show
artnet News | August 18, 2020
The last meals of US prisoners on death row
BBC News | August 16, 2020
Lucien Smith Displays Final 10 Works From Iconic 'Rain Paintings' Series
HYPEBEAST | August 14, 2020
The Critic’s Notebook by The Editors
The New Criterion | August 11, 2020

Mission Statement

Inspired by the natural setting and artistic life of Long Island’s East End, the Parrish Art Museum illuminates the creative process and how art and artists transform our experiences and understanding of the world and how we live in it. The Museum fosters connections among individuals, art, and artists through care and interpretation of the collection, the presentation of exhibitions, publications, educational initiatives, programs, and artists-in-residence. The Parrish is a center for cultural engagement, an inspiration and destination for the region, the nation, and the world.

Parrish Art Museum. Photo Courtesy Parrish Art Museum


The Parrish provides a new way to experience art with a distinct sense of place. Sited on 14 acres of meadow, the Museum’s landscape and critically acclaimed Herzog & de Meuron-designed building honor the East End’s built and natural environment. 


Samuel Parrish, portrait.


Founded in 1898 within one of the most concentrated creative communities in the United States, the Parrish Art Museum has been a vital cultural presence on the East End of Long Island for generations.



Find important contact information and get to know our Staff and Board of Trustees.



We offer paid and unpaid opportunities to become involved in the Parrish Art Museum.



The Parrish is one of the most sought-after locations in the Hamptons for events.