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Wed, Mar 15
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Enjoy reduced admission ($19 adults; $14 seniors and students) through March 16. During Biennial member previews two floors are closed to the public.

Events

12 PM
Free Daily Tours
An artwork by Peter Cain. The front end of a silver car
12–5 PM
all members
Member Event

Due to the storm, the member event on Tuesday March 14 has been canceled. Members are encouraged to attend the preview days on Wednesday, March 15 and Thursday, March 16. 

Enjoy a first look at the Whitney Biennial, curated by Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks. This is the first presentation of the Biennial in the Whitney’s new building and will carry on the tradition introduced by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1932. Join us as we kick off one of the country’s most important surveys of the current state of contemporary art.

March 15–16*
12–5 pm

*The preview on March 14 has been canceled.

Standard admission for each category applies: Discount and Individual members enjoy admission for the cardholder, Dual and Friend members enjoy admission for the two cardholders, etc. One-time-use member guest passes may be used. Not open to corporate and reciprocal members.

To join or upgrade, call (212) 570-3641.

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Whitney Biennial 2017
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The Whitney Museum of American Art. A view of the building facing the Hudson River
2 PM
Free Daily Tours
A portrait of Michio Ito by Toyo Miyatake
7:30–11 PM
Circle, Fellow, and Contemporaries Patron members
Member Event
The Whitney Museum of American Art

7:30–11 PM

Circle, Fellow, and Contemporaries Patron members

The Whitney’s closest supporters are invited to gather with curators, artists, and art world insiders to celebrate the opening of the Whitney Biennial.

Circle, Fellow, and Contemporaries Patron members are invited to this event: The invitation is for two individuals per membership household. Fellow and Contemporaries Patron members are welcome to arrive early for priority admission at 7 pm.

To join or upgrade, call (212) 570-3641.

Related exhibition
Whitney Biennial 2017
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The Whitney Museum of American Art

Exhibitions

Closing Soon
A black and white photograph by Dawoud Bey. Two young African American boys wear scout uniforms, with somber faces.
Apr 2, 2016–Apr 2, 2017
A performer points to a sculpture installed in the Whitney's stairwell. Spectators surround her
Every solstice and equinox through 2018

Next: March 20, 2017