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Whitney Museum
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The Whitney, Chapter by Chapter: How to See 100-Plus Years of Art in One Day bit.ly/1KanjwK pic.twitter.com/42aKTqflDY
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Thx to all who attended or followed along! I'll leave you w/ a commemorative button by Lawrence Weiner. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/xH8GIGY4b6
Andrea Geyer's installation activates the Education Center and is inspired by the history of the Museum. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/R0RyHncQwX
Yuji Agematsu surveyed the #NewWhitney's neighborhood. His findings are shown as 35mm slides. pic.twitter.com/9RPdcOP0zW
Felix Gonzalez-Torres's "Untitled” (America) (1994–95) hangs in the grand stair. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/VVA2Tnv4ez
Don't miss the two alternating screening programs on the fifth-floor. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/zimW9u7yuR
Donald Moffett and Barbara Kruger greet visitors on the fifth floor. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/8bPJge5PPR
The galleries on the east side of the 5th floor feature art from the present moment. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/3kl4ULfYW5
"These artists are part of a transitional generation in relation to technology." —Rothkopf #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/yjSKPPRlTO
A gallery is devoted to work about the AIDS crisis. "An almost chapel-like experience." #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/LGo3RRagQC
Onto the 80s! "A little more slick, glossy, high-key." #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/smvQhiPoox
The 5th flr focuses on the mid-60s to today. This gallery's inspired by the '78 New Image Painting show. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/5aVKGfHZ6H
By pushing the boundaries of the Pop canon "the life of this country really comes through."—Rothkopf #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/GDyTAEGrmR
Yvonne Rainer's work performed in 1970 at the Breuer building plays on the 6th flr outdoor gallery. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/cuUVUQ65e2
Hedda Sterne was the only woman in the Irascibles photograph. Her work introduces the AbEx chapter. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/xnmUzbUMXW
"We want to present works in a way that makes them feel alive." —Rothkopf #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/5bO4NRY6rI
Elizabeth Catlett believed that making art about ordinary people was a political gesture. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/EwjCRnm9lS
On Floor 7, works explore the mythic landscape of America. [Prints inspired by Yosemite by Chiura Obata] #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/TWeFty65rB