|1.||David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy other web page|
|2.||David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy (October 6, 2011–January 8, 2012) exhibition page|
|3.||Louise Nevelson (1899–1988) artist page|
|4.||Brice Marden (b. 1938) artist page|
|5.||Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park #125, 1980 80.36|
|6.||Stuart Davis (1894–1964) artist page|
|7.||Ellen Gallagher (b. 1965) artist page|
|8.||Helen Frankenthaler, Flood, 1967 68.12|
|9.||Corita Kent (1918–1986) artist page|
|10.||Robert Ryman (b. 1930) artist page|
|11.||Collection other web page|
|12.||Cy Twombly (1928–2011) artist page|
|13.||Audio guide stop for Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1964/84 audio|
|14.||Audio guide stop for Agnes Martin, This Rain, 1960 audio|
|15.||Audio guide stop for Willem de Kooning, (no title), 1987 audio|
|16.||Susan Rothenberg (b. 1945) artist page|
November 3, 2010
Walter Annenberg Annual Lecture: Susan Rothenberg audio
October 30, 2008
Open Studio: Conserving Calder audio
|19.||Upcoming Exhibitions other web page|
|20.||Symposia other web page|
|21.||For Your Homebound Population other web page|
|22.||Art-Making other web page|
Your Collection is an online tool that lets you make your own collection of art from the Whitney Museum’s website. Start your collection with the sample items here, or delete them and add your own! Delete sample items
Here you can view and organize your own art and your favorite works from the Whitney Museum’s collection.
On artist and artwork pages, click the button that appears above the works you want to collect.
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You can make one or more collections. To make more, click start another collection.
Click rename to give your collection a title.
To move something from one collection to another, click on the move to menu that appears above the image.
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