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Whitney Museum
Great crowd at today's 99 Objects with Adam! Check out whitney.org/99Objects for the daily schedule. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/p7IErR8xIm
The barber pole and hydrant give viewers a sense of relief; they manufacture a sense of space. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/9Q0v3PFUEr
For Hopper, "that sense of keeping people at a distance was critical." —Weinberg #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/NoRvh0UGPY
The black square in the corner? It gives an asymmetrical quality to the painting; it holds it together. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/eUZrj03Kjz
Hopper originally placed a figure in the windows of Early Sunday Morning & 7 AM, but painted them out. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/uJu6wxQ0Mz
"As realistic as it looks, this is a very, very abstract painting." —Weinberg #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/xTOjD8B3Cj
"This is the city before the stories of the day have taken place." —Weinberg #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/wdVLrPx4AB
"The interest in the everyday, the inconsequential...those are the things in his mind." —Weinberg #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/bzsMvITY4y
"The more I look at it, the more I see and the less I understand. That's a lot of Hopper." —Weinberg #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/q22sK0M9NT
Director Adam Weinberg addresses Edward Hopper’s Early Sunday Morning in today’s 99 Objects. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/6verFDfoiC
99 Objects at 3 pm: Adam Weinberg will discuss #Hopper's Early Sunday Morning. bit.ly/1CyraPu #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/8aXMfTHBjq
Join us for pay-what-you-wish hours tonight, 7–10 pm! bit.ly/1I5W5cB #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/FxoKqlvzQe
Take in a sunset, explore the galleries, watch a film! Spend summer nights at the #NewWhitney: bit.ly/1dl7w2Y pic.twitter.com/lJnmtK8xTH
Start your weekend early! The #NewWhitney is open until 10 pm tonight. bit.ly/1I5W5cB pic.twitter.com/tKAHK0TRUl
7:30 pm: Henry Kaiser & Lukas Ligeti w/ Charles Amirkhanian perform. Tickets: bit.ly/1CwKX1V #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/BEGU4vEz8z
Celebrate @NYCPride with tours exploring LGBTQ perspectives in American art: bit.ly/1IZSScH #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/6vAQDFz8oF
Robert Henri was born #OnThisDay in 1865. Here's his portrait of our founder Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/l1op0RCxGl
Celebrate @NYCPride with tours exploring LGBTQ perspectives in American art: bit.ly/1IZSScH #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/fmx0ajfSUr
WED 10:30–6 pm: various Conlon Nancarrow Studies will be played & discussed. bit.ly/1J33K9T #NewWhitney pic.twitter.com/TE757Aoa3w




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