Established by Dia Art Foundation in 1983, Dia Bridgehampton was designed by Dan Flavin to permanently house an installation of his work alongside a program of temporary exhibitions. With Dia’s support, Flavin renovated this turn-of-the-century Shingle-style firehouse, then church, converting its vestibule and second floor into a permanent display of his signature works in fluorescent light. A resident of nearby Wainscott, Flavin envisioned that the first floor would be both a venue for changing exhibitions and a print shop. Today, Dia continues to maintain Flavin’s permanent installation of nine works in fluorescent light, the Dan Flavin Art Institute, and to present yearly exhibitions by artists primarily residing or working on Long Island in the first-floor gallery.
Saturday and Sunday, 12–6 pm
Closed 3–3:30 pm daily
Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day
Admission is free
Dia Bridgehampton has additional health and safety protocols in place due to COVID-19. For more information please read our visitor guidelines.
Visiting Dia Bridgehampton
Please form a queue for admission; a maximum of eight visitors permitted in the building at any one time.
Visitors are asked to refrain from entering Dia Bridgehampton if, over the last fourteen days, they have had symptoms of or tested positive with COVID-19, been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, or have visited a high infection area.
- Be considerate of fellow visitors and staff
- Face covering required for all visitors over the age of two
- Social distancing is required; social-distancing markers are in place at the visitor entrance
- No food or beverages permitted in the galleries
- No large bags permitted in the galleries
- High-touch surfaces are cleaned throughout the day following CDC guidelines
- Use of hand sanitizer is required upon entry
- Visitors should practice good hygiene by coughing or sneezing into their elbows; tissues should be disposed of immediately; please wash hands for at least twenty seconds
- A no-touch or low-touch visitor experience will be provided; artist information is available online via QR codes and entry doors opened by staff or propped open
- Staff is required to pass a health monitoring questionnaire each day prior to coming on-site and is required to wear face coverings within Dia's spaces
- Dia will cooperate with local and state authorities to provide contact information as required for contact tracing
In the interest of your personal safety and the community’s health, Dia requires that all visitors observe the precautions listed above. We reserve the right to request that visitors who are not following these guidelines leave the premises.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting Dia’s sites, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Dia Bridgehampton is located at 23 Corwith Avenue off Main Street in Bridgehampton, New York.
Public Transportation via Long Island Rail Road:
Dia Bridgehampton is easily reachable via the Long Island Rail Road: take the Montauk line to Bridgehampton, New York (2.5–3 hours travel time from Penn Station). Exit the platform and walk one half block east on Maple Lane to Corwith Avenue. Walk south on Corwith Avenue 1.5 blocks. Dia Bridgehampton is on the east side of the street just before Main Street. For train schedule information visit www.mta.info.
Driving via New York City:
Take the Midtown tunnel to the Long Island Expressway (495) east to exit 70. Turn right off the exit ramp onto route 111, which soon ends and connects to east bound Route 27 (Montauk Highway). Stay on 27 until you get to Bridgehampton. Turn left at the intersection of Corwith and Main Street. Dia Bridgehampton is on your right not far from the corner.
For more information call 631 537 1476.
Hamptons Arts Network is a consortium of nonprofit organizations working together to create a unified arts community of the Hamptons. The goal of the network is to promote collaboration, partnerships, and shared programming among its members, as well as to advocate for the arts in the area of economic development, education, and tourism.
Dan Flavin was born in New York City in 1933. He died in Riverhead, New York, in 1996.
Jill Magid was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 1973. She lives and works in Brooklyn and Amagansett, New York.
Dan Flavin: A Retrospective
Tiffany Bell and Michael Govan
This landmark book features the artist’s most significant light works, plus reproductions of Flavin's drawings.
Dan Flavin: A Retrospective Poster
Full-color offset poster Created for the 2004 exhibition Dan Flavin: A Retrospective, organized by Dia Art Foundation, New York, in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Dan Flavin: The Complete Lights, 1961–1996
Tiffany Bell and Michael Govan
A complete study of the stunning light works by Dan Flavin.