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Spread across two contrasting floors at the Whitney Museum, the 2022 edition of this storied survey spotlights not only what's new in art, but also how creative expression mirrors our times.
"Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop" spotlights one of the few networks for Black artists in the 1960s.
The museum acquired affordable artworks that were intended to be purchased by consumers, not deep-pocketed institutions.
The Frick Collection is expanding its Fifth Avenue location.
Demonstrators decorated a subway car Friday to protest the presence of defense manufacturer Warren Kanders on the Whitney Museum's board.
It's the 79th iteration of the Whitney's survey of what the contemporary art world looks like right now.
Warren Kanders, vice chair of the board, owns a defense manufacturer whose weapons have been used against asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border.
There's a Warhol takeover under 14th Street.
Featuring some 300 works, it's Warhol's first career retrospective in America in 30 years.
They had dinner at Carbone last night.
And this is a woman who, thanks to her security detail, knows a thing or two about freight elevators.
Let's took a look around the Whitney's new home, which opens to the public next month.
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