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THE WHITNEY IS CLOSED IN PREPARATION FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW BUILDING in spring 2015


Designed by architect Renzo Piano and situated between the High Line and the Hudson River, the new building will vastly increase the Whitney’s exhibition and programming space, providing the first comprehensive view of its unsurpassed collection of modern and contemporary American art.

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Whitney Museum of American Art, August 2014. Photograph by Timothy Schenck
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Pat SteirMilky Way, 20002001.22
Keith HaringUntitled, 198197.89.2
John BaldessariAn Artist Is Not Merely the Slavish Announcer . . ., 1966–6892.21
Andy WarholEdie Sedgwick, 196594.124
John F. Simon, Jr.Color Panel v1.0, 199999.88a-c
Mel BochnerStupid, 20032004.48
Yves TanguyThe Wish, 194963.46
Vik MunizPicture of Dust  (Barry Le Va, Continuous and Related Activities; Discontinued by the Act of Dropping, 1967, Installed at the Whitney Museum in “New Sculpture 1965–75: Between Geometry and Gesture,” February 20–June 3, 1990), 20002001.158a-b
Adolph GottliebVigil, 194849.2
Jay DeFeoThe Rose, 1958–6695.170
Anne CollierDespair, 20062006.20
Mark RothkoAgitation of the Archaic, 194485.43.1
Robert LongoUntitled, 198191.55
Paul SharitsShutter Interface, 19722000.263
Man RayLa Fortune, 193872.129
Ralston CrawfordSteel Foundry, Coatesville, Pa., 1936–3737.10
Charles DemuthMy Egypt, 192731.172
Thomas Hart BentonThe Lord is My Shepherd, 192631.100

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