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Silhouetted figures against neon lights in a gallery
Visitors in the exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016. Photograph by Matthew Carasella
Visitors on the high line
Whitney Museum of American Art. Photograph by Nic Lehoux

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Installation view, Outsider Art Fair, 2015
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Open Studio, November 2016. Photograph by Filip Wolak
Family Programs
10:30 AM–3 PM
Jennifer Reeves (b. 1977), still from Landfill 16, 2011. 16mm film, color, sound, 9 min.
Dreamlands: Film & Video Screenings
3 PM
Alex Da Corte (b. 1980) with Jayson Musson (b. 1977), still from Easternsports,  2014. Four-channel video, color, sound; 152 min., with four screens,  neon, carpet, vinyl composition tile, metal folding chairs, artificial  oranges, orange scent, and diffusers. Score by Devonté Hynes. Collection  of the artists; courtesy David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Maccarone  Gallery, New York and Los Angeles, and Salon 94, New York. © Alex Da  Corte; image courtesy the artist
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Installation view, Outsider Art Fair, 2015
Contemporaries Events: Contemporaries and Contemporaries Patrons
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A Marisol sculpture of three women, a child, and a dog
A Lorna Simpson photograph of a woman's back
A red, abstract painting by Alma Thomas
A painting of Jack Dempsey and Luis Firpo by George Bellows
Two works by Mike Kelley, a blanket with stuffed toys and a pedestal with wax candles
An abstract work by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans

The Whitney’s collection contains some of the most significant and exciting work created by artists in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.