Video: Curator Barbara Haskell walks through the exhibition
--WNET/Thirteen Sunday Arts
Review: "The Whitney's Good Friend is Joined by Some of His"
--The New York Times
Review: "It relieves Hopper from his 'lonely,' iconic status, clarifying his indebtedness to his time and honing our understanding of his originality."
--The Boston Globe
Review: "a suberb, intelligent exhibition, intimating the extent to which Hopper was both of his time and spectacularly beyond it."
--The Financial Times
Review: "curator Barbara Haskell and assistant Sasha Nicholas have done a service for Hopper's many fans by showing his work within the broader artistic community of his era."
Review: "The show gives us the unlikely experience of seeing Hopper the great loner in the context of his friends."
--The New York Observer
Video: Steve Martin discusses Hopper and walks through the exhibition as part of profile of Martin's career
--CBS Sunday Morning
"In Early Sunday Morning (1930) we look out rather than in, but the piercing loneliness is just as palpable."
--The New York Times, Ken Johnson's favorite paintings in New York
"Hopper is both a dreamer and a dream-slayer; he stills fashion, hope, solace, and conviction. He did that in his era; he can do it now."
An interview with exhibition co-curator Sasha Nicolas
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--WNYC Culture Blog