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Exhibitions
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Alex KatzEli, 196364.37
Lucas SamarasChair Transformation Number 10A, 1969–7070.1572
Sarah SzeNotepad, 20082008.299
Lucas SamarasChair Transformation Number 16, 1969–7070.1574
Cy TwomblyUntitled, 196969.29
Jamel ShabazzUntitled (Hat Guys), 1980 (printed 2001)2010.131
Sara VanDerBeekBaltimore Departure, 20102011.14
Paul SharitsShutter Interface, 19722000.263
Alex KatzThe Red Smile, 196383.3
Joseph StellaThe Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme, 193942.15
Ad ReinhardtAbstract Painting, 1960–6698.16.3
Mike KelleyMore Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin, 198789.13a-e
Lorna SimpsonCounting, 199193.94
John SloanSixth Avenue Elevated at Third Street, 192836.154
Duane HansonWoman with Dog, 197778.6
Mel BochnerStupid, 20032004.48
Jackson PollockNumber 18, 1951, 19512002.258
Elizabeth PeytonLive to Ride (E.P.), 20032005.41

Events

The Whitney's new building, June 2014. Photograph by Timothy Shcenck
Member Events: Friend, Patron, and Contemporaries–level Founding Members
6:30 PM
Jeff Koons, Rabbit, 1986. Stainless steel; 41 × 19 × 12 in. (104.1 × 48.3 × 30.5 cm). Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; partial gift of Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson, 2000.21. © Jeff Koons
Family Workshops
10:30 AM–12:30 PM
Families on a Whitney Wees tour create masks inspired by Jeff Koons’s Easyfun mirrors, July 2014. Photograph by Filip Wolak
Family Tours
10:30–11:30 AM
Jeff Koons, Popeye, 2009–12. Granite and live flowering plants; 78 × 52 3⁄8 x 28 3⁄8 in. (198.1 × 132.9 × 72.1 cm). Bill Bell Collection. © Jeff Koons
Free Events
11:30 AM–2:30 PM
Contemporaries meet Biennial Artist Dawn Kasper on a gallery walk. Photograph by Irene Koo
Contemporaries Events: Contemporaries Members
12–2 PM
Jeff Koons, Gazing Ball (Belvedere Torso), 2013. Plaster and glass; 71 1⁄2 x 29 7⁄8 x 35 1⁄8 in. (181.6 × 75.9 × 89.2 cm). Private collection
Member Events: Learning Series Members in the Curate Your Own Program
5:30–7 PM
Whitney Museum of American Art, New   York, NY. Architect: Marcel Breuer. Photograph by Ezra Stoller. © Ezra Stoller / Esto
Member Events: All members, plus one guest
6:30–9 PM
Nam June Paik, Magnet TV, 1965. 17-inch black-and-white television set with magnet, 28 3/8 × 19 1/4 × 24 1/2 in. (72.1 × 48.9 × 62.2 cm) overall. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from Dieter Rosenkranz  86.60a-b. © Nam June Paik Estate
Member Events: Insider Series members in the Curate Your Own Program
7 PM
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