Visit Phillips Southampton at 1 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY.
Phillips' new state-of-the-art gallery space, located in the historic Southampton Town Hall, showcases outstanding examples of art, design, watches, jewelry, prints and photography of the 20th and 21st Century — each available for purchase in forthcoming Phillips auctions or immediately via private sale.
We are proud to extend our mission to celebrate artists around the world to support the thriving cultural scene of Long Island's East End — one that has long embraced artists, museums, and galleries — with a rotating program of specially curated exhibitions and events throughout the Fall 2020 season. Below, you'll find the latest updates to our calendar of auction highlights and events in Southampton.
1 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY
Private parking available
Tuesday - Sunday
11 AM - 6 PM
We are open May 31.
Now on View / April 17 – May 9
20th Century & Contemporary Art: Day Sale Highlights
New York Auction / June 24
Phillips X: Face Masks
Masks by the Haas Brothers, Summer Wheat and Bel Fullana.
Phillips has partnered with leading contemporary artists the Haas Brothers, Summer Wheat and Bel Fullana to create limited-edition masks, uniquely designed to reflect each artist’s aesthetic and creativity. Sold in packs of three and produced on 100% cotton, every mask is an exclusive edition of 500 and offers comfort and protection.
100% of net proceeds from the variety pack will be distributed between The Bass Museum, Artadia, The Innocence Project and the NAACP.
Masks are available for purchase directly at our Park Avenue or Southampton locations.
Lee Krasner and the Influential Women Artists of the East End
How the idyllic setting became home to five innovators.
Phillips x Phaidon: Recommended Reading
Our Southampton gallery features an exclusive pop-up bookshop, curated by writers connected to the artistic community of the Hamptons.
Artists of the East End
Articles & Video from our archives on the artists at the heart of Long Island's creative culture.
Willem de Kooning in his studio in East Hampton, New York, March 26, 1978. Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images, Artwork © 2019 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Willem de Kooning
East Hampton Abstraction: Willem de Kooning's Pinnacle in 1976
Frank Stella: The Drive to Make Art
Mary Heilmann's Blue Day Dream
Roy Lichtenstein, Through the Looking Glass
A Painter in Love: Robert Motherwell's Gestural Reawakening
The Rockefeller Pollock
The Beautiful and the Damned
Robert Gober: Show Tune Sublimities