Join us for a first look at the Whitney’s collection exhibition, An Incomplete History of Protest, which looks at how artists have approached protest by making art as a form of documentation, social criticism, agitprop, activism, teaching, institutional critique, and radical reimagining. The exhibition foregrounds themes—from questions of representation to the fight for civil rights—that still incite protest today, both at the Whitney and in the world.
Standard admission for each category applies: Discount and Individual members enjoy admission for the cardholder, Dual and Friend members enjoy admission for the two cardholders, etc. One-time-use member guest passes may be used. Not open to corporate and reciprocal members.
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