- Whitney Museum
of American Art
- 945 Madison Avenue
- at 75th Street
- New York, NY 10021
- (212) 570-3600
For families with kids of all ages
Each month during the 2014 Biennial the Whitney is hosting an art-making workshop that focuses on the work of one artist. To kick off the program series, explore Dona Nelson’s colorful, textured two-sided paintings. Create your own unconventional paintings using a range of materials!
Free with Museum admission. No registration is required.
Filmmaker Andrew Bujalski will discuss his film Computer Chess, screening at the 2014 Biennial, with curator Stuart Comer.
Free with Museum admission.
This reading, the first of two programs organized by Semiotext(e) in conjunction with the 2014 Whitney Biennial, will bring together poet Ariana Reines, science fiction author and art critic Mark von Schlegell, and writer Henri Lefebvre.
$8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students; free for members with RSVP.
Learn more about works from the Museum’s permanent collection currently on view in the galleries.