While it's no longer possible to create or edit a personalized collection, you can still view collections you've already built, or browse the Whitney collection online.
|1.||Agnes Pelton, Untitled, 1931 96.175<|
|2.||David Salle, Sextant in Dogtown, 1987 88.8a-e<|
|3.||George Grosz, Peace, II, 1946 47.2<|
|4.||Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1961, 1961 61.41<|
|5.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Flower Abstraction, 1924 85.47<|
|6.||Franz Kline, Mahoning, 1956 57.10<|
|7.||Julie Mehretu, Rogue Ascension, 2002 2004.37<|
|8.||Lyonel Feininger, Gelmeroda, VIII, 1921 53.38<|
|9.||Bruce Nauman, No-State, 1981 2005.20<|
|10.||E.V. Day, Bombshell, 1999 2002.318<|
|11.||Do-Ho Suh, Some/One, 2001 2001.344<|
|12.||Jackson Pollock, Untitled, c. 1939–42 85.18<|
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