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Museum hours: Wednesday & Thursday 11am-6pm; Friday 1-9pm (6a9pm pay-what-you-wish admission); & Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm This museum is located on the Upper East Side just a block away from Central Park and fairly close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The location has hosted a series of experimental and independent films and is a key collector of video art.
In 1958, the late artist Jay DeFeo went to work on a new project guided only by, what she called, “an idea that had a center to it.” Eight years an...
From the Whitney: I, you, we: three very commonplace words. These pronouns—with all their implied complexities of meaning—provide an unexpected gui...
"Stewart Uoo and Jana Euler are emblematic of an emerging group of artists whose work interrogates how the social, technological, cultural forces a...
This exhibition will rotate seasonally through a total of 18 artists in order to showcase the best that The Whitney has to offer of art from the fi...
This rotating installation looks at works on paper that evoke reflection on the idea of country and homeland. Artists include Robert Bechtle, Enriq...
Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans is one of the most recognizable paintings that represents a quintessential image of Pop Art. But not all of it was a glorification of popular culture. Sinister Pop, at the Whitney, takes a look at Pop Art from... More »
The Whitney Biennial, the Whitney Museum’s massive survey of contemporary American art, is one of the most anticipated events in the art world. This year, the Biennial consists of 51 artists whose works include sculpture, painting, installations,... More »
A leader of appropriation art in the late 1970s, Sherrie Levine most famously caused a stir with her work After Walker Evans (1981), for which she rephotographed Evans’s famous Depression-era images of poor sharecroppers and presented them as her... More »
In a digital age in which we're constantly logging in, live streaming, and updating statuses, sometimes we wish we lived in technologically simpler times. Brooklyn-based digital artist Cory Arcangel, 32, takes us back to when Tetris was invented... More »
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