Parrish Art Museum was the absolute life of the party out East this past weekend with their Midsummer celebrations.
Spanning three days, the annual benefit certainly did not disappoint, bringing together artists, art collectors, curators, philanthropists, and business leaders from the Hamptons, New York City, and beyond to raise over $1 million.
Friday kicked off the fun with a Midsummer Dance, where guests danced the night away to a much-hyped DJ Set by James Murphy (of DFA Records and LCD Soundsystem). Saturday followed with a très chic Midsummer Dinner, honoring artist Tomashi Jackson. And Sunday tied a beautiful bow on the weekend with a Midsummer Family benefit, featuring a performance by the National Circus Project and a collaborative mural workshop with artist Nathan Carter.
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[Photos by BFA]