Founded in 2011, Whitney Stories presents a behind-the-scenes look at the Museum’s ongoing transformation.
At the end of the Whitney’s first calendar year in its new building, sound experimentalist, composer, and improviser Matana Roberts returned to the Museum for a special ensemble performance and celebration. Drawing inspiration from America Is Hard to See and Archibald Motley’s work, artists, musicians, and attendees shared their reflections on what it means to ring in a new year throughout the evening.
For November’s Frank Stella Family Day, artist McKendree Key created a giant marble run in collaboration with New York City teachers, students, and families.
The Whitney’s head preparator Joshua Rosenblatt answers questions about the installation process for Frank Stella: A Retrospective, which includes nearly 100 large-scale works.
At a marathon reading of Moby-Dick that took place among paintings from Frank Stella’s Moby-Dick series, writers and artists described the pursuits that elude them.