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Tom Berry interacts with families and explains his techniques, July 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On July 24-26, the Hearst Artspace was transformed into a sculptural garden as a part of Open Studio.
Sillas Riener responds to Jackson Pollock’s Number 27, 1950, 1950 for his 99 Objects program. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On June 26, dancer and choreographer Silas Riener was paired with Jackson Pollock’s Number 27, 1950 (1950) for a program in the ongoing series 99 Objects.
A YI Leader pairs up two teens for In Equality. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Saturday, May 30, over 450 teens visited the new Whitney for the Teen Opening.
99 Objects: Christopher Lew on Josh Kline, left to right: Kelley Walker, Untitled, 2013; Josh Kline, Cost of Living (Aleyda), 2014. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On May 9, Education launched 99 Objects, a new daily public program in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition America Is Hard to See.
Time Tenderness, left to right: Omagbitse Omagbemi and Lily Gold, May 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
Time Tenderness, a program of performances conceived and created by artist Andrea Geyer, took place in the Museum’s galleries from May 13-18.
Kids look at Calder’s Circus (1926-31) by Alexander Calder, May 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Saturday, May 16, kids and their families celebrated the opening of the Whitney’s new building with a full line-up of activities.
Booths and crowds at the Whitney Block Party, May 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Saturday, May 2, the Whitney hosted a free block party in front of the Museum on Gansevoort Street.
Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art welcomes the new Whitney’s first visitors! Photograph by Filip Wolak
After an exciting whirlwind of previews and receptions, the Whitney’s new building is open!
Pop Art Picnic at the LGBT Community Center, April 2015. Photograph by Lester Echem
On Saturday, April 11, Whitney educators participated in the LGBT Community Center’s Pop Art Picnic.