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Whitney Museum
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Edward #Hopper made 600+ drawings in life class at the Whitney Studio Club. #InspirationMW
A few architectural details of the #NewWhitney designed by Renzo Piano. #ArchitectureMW [Photos by Nic Lehoux]
During the 1982 campaign to raise funds for #Calder's Circus, we gave out balloons, t-shirts & more. #SouvenirsMW
Do you have any Whitney art on your walls? Tweet us a photo or shop prints: #SouvenirsMW
Lawrence Weiner designed these buttons in celebration of the #NewWhitney groundbreaking in 2011. #SouvenirsMW
A secret terrace off the sixth floor with a lovely (but chilly!) view of the Hudson/NJ. #SecretsMW #NewWhitney
Get a sneak peek of Jonathan Borofsky's work from the West Side Hwy. #SecretsMW #NewWhitney [Photo by Nic Lehoux]
Learn how curators move from a scale model to the real thing: #SecretsMW #WhitneyStories
Despite the snow, today we're welcoming #spring! Here's Edward #Hopper's Le Pavillon de Flore in the Spring (1907).
WATCH: Thelma Golden, Hilton Als & Huey Copeland look back at the exhibition Black Male: #TBT
The #NewWhitney has 13K sq ft of outdoor space. Spring can't come soon enough! [Photo by Nic Lehoux]
Happy National Pi Day, everyone. (Wayne Thiebaud, "Pie Counter," 1963, collection of the @whitneymuseum)
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WATCH: Artist Lize Mogel on looking beyond a map’s surface to reveal the politics of place.
Only 50 days to go! The #NewWhitney opens 5.1.15. [Photograph by Nic Lehoux]
One of the Whitney's most iconic works is coming soon to 10th Ave & 19th St. Stay tuned! #NewWhitney #Hopper
Milton Avery was born #OnThisDay in 1885. [View of Milton Avery (Sept 16–Dec 5, 1982). Photo by Geoffrey Clements]
Photog Ed Lederman caught the end of the snow yesterday...can't wait till May! #NewWhitney