Feb 13–Mar 16
On these dates, enjoy reduced admission ($19 adults; $14 seniors and students) and see Fast Forward and Human Interest. Two floors are closed as we prepare for the 2017 Biennial.
During the nearly fifteen years that Vincent Punch has been a guard at the Whitney Museum, he has seen myriad exhibitions, snapped countless candid photos, and developed a distinct eye for spontaneous visual arrangements that take place every day in the galleries. In this Whitney Stories video, he shares his observations on working as a guard, and offers his unique perspective on the Whitney and its future.
This video is part of an ongoing series which sheds light on the Whitney's plans through conversations with artists, Whitney staff, and integral members of the construction team—view more Whitney Stories videos below.
Two years ago when the Whitney was under construction, Larissa Gentile was charged with shepherding the process forward. Revisit the making of the Museum in this Whitney Stories video, originally published in January 2014.
Two years ago when the Whitney was under construction, curator Carter Foster introduced plans for the Museum’s works on paper study center. Revisit the making of the Museum in this Whitney Stories video, originally published in April 2014.