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Mind/Mirror, with a sister show in Philadelphia, is the largest ever retrospective of Johns's groundbreaking career.
It's the 79th iteration of the Whitney's survey of what the contemporary art world looks like right now.
The restaurateur's hospitality group will also offer a more casual dining option inside the museum, though both are at spectacularly reasonable price points, all things considered.
Let's took a look around the Whitney's new home, which opens to the public next month.
The social mediazation of the art world centers around The Selfie.
Or maybe the skull of a Transformer?
This life-sized installation of Edward Hopper's famous "Nighthawks" painting is pretty great.
In 1976, Arnold Schwarzenegger was a real work of art at the Whitney Museum.
Alexander Calder's legendary Circus will be reinstalled at the Whitney this Friday.
So you've waited for hours to see the McQueen show at the Met, now what to do about food?
Is there anyone left in the world who thinks that aging
The Whitney, being so modern, has joined forces with The Gap, the
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