Architectural Digest – An Art Lover’s Guide to the Hamptons This Summer – Renate Aller at the Parrish Art Museum

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Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, United States. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron, 2012. Front elevation of two-gabled structure. (Photo by: Hufton+Crow/View Pictures/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, United States. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron, 2012. Front elevation of two-gabled structure. (Photo by: Hufton+Crow/View Pictures/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

An Art Lover’s Guide to the Hamptons This Summer

From museum shows to lecture series and gallery openings, there’s a bevy of art to be enjoyed out east

By Eva Fedderly
July 12, 2019

In addition to barbecues at friends’ oceanfront homes, beachy rum cocktails at Sunset Beach, and ceviche at Coche Comedor, art is integral to the fabric of the Hamptons experience. With an array of art and design events woven throughout July and August, there is much to be celebrated and even more to be seen. From museum shows to lecture series and gallery openings, fun and educational events for people of all ages abound. For the philanthropic set, star-studded galas at spaces such as the Parrish Art Museum and the Watermill Center raise funds to support shows by emerging and established contemporary artists like Jean-Luc Mylayne and Lawrence Weiner, whose work will be making a splash out east this summer.

The Parrish Art Museum

One of the most prominent art museums in the Hamptons, the Parrish kicks off its summer festivities with its annual Midsummer Party on July 13, bringing together artists, art enthusiasts, and philanthropists to support the museum. Currently on view through July 28 are Thomas Joshua Cooper’s 49 photographs exploring the meaning of taking refuge, Jean-Luc Mylayne’s large-scale photographs juxtaposing nature and manmade elements, and

Renate Aller’s dreamy prints that engage with romanticism, memory, and place.

279 Montauk Highway
Watermill, NY 11978
631-283-2118
parrishart.org


Partial installation view: Renate Aller, “The Space Between Memory and Expectation” at the Parrish Art Museum
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