Please wait
Current and Upcoming
Triple Canopy Presents: Media Replication Services

Triple Canopy, Pointing Machines I (Chestertown, Maryland), 2013. Pigmented inkjet print, 22 1/2 × 15 in. (57.2 × 38.1 cm), Collection of Triple Canopy

Public Programs 

Triple Canopy Presents: Media Replication Services

Sat, Apr 26, 2014  6:30 PM

Part of Triple Canopy’s contribution to the 2014 Biennial, Media Replication Services will consist of presentations, performances, and provocations by artist William Pope.L, scholar Lisa Gitelman, and poet Caroline Bergvall.

$8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students. Free for members with advance registration.

Miguel Gutierrez: _Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:‑/_

Miguel Gutierrez, Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist / Suicide Note or &:-/, 2014. Pictured: Miguel Gutierrez and Mickey Mahar, Collection of the artist. Photograph by Eric McNatt

2014 Biennial Performances 

Miguel Gutierrez: Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:‑/

Apr 23–May 4

Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:-/ is a duet Miguel Gutierrez performs with young dancer Mickey Mahar. The piece deals with mid-career anxiety, futurity and tropes about the aging gay choreographer, and is the first of a three part series of queer pieces addressing longevity, sustainability, aesthetic signature and burnout.

$20 general admission; $16 senior citizens and students; free for members. 

Alexander CalderVarèse, c. 193080.25
Jackson PollockNumber 27, 1950, 195053.12
Andreas FeiningerNew York, 19402001.82
Jasper JohnsSavarin, 19822002.238
Edward HopperArtist’s ledger—Book III, 1924–6796.210a-hhhh
Joseph KosuthFive Words in Green Neon, 196593.42a-c
Jacob LawrenceWar Series: The Letter, 194651.11
Jackson PollockNumber 18, 1951, 19512002.258
Edward KienholzThe Wait, 1964–6566.49a-m
Cindy ShermanUntitled, 20082009.46
Robert ArnesonWhistling in the Dark, 197677.37a-b
Mike KelleyEducational Complex, 199596.50
Oscar BluemnerLast Evening of the Year, c. 192931.115
Vija CelminsOcean Surface Woodcut, 199292.34
Morris LouisTet, 195865.9
Robert MangoldUntitled (for Artists Space), 19952008.115
Mark RothkoFour Darks in Red, 195868.9
ChristoThe Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City, 20032004.419a-b
Roy Lichtenstein, Little Big Painting, 1965. Oil and synthetic polymer on canvas, 68 × 80 in. (172.7 × 203.2 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Friends of the Whitney Museum of American Art 66.2 © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

Art Everywhere

A Nationwide Celebration of American Masterworks

Vote now for your favorite American masterworks! See them on billboards, trains, and busses this summer.

Recent Collections By Visitors Online

Collect objects from the Museum’s collection online.
PreviousNext Start a collection