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The New York Times' Roberta Smith celebrates our "triumphal" five-part exhibition Open Plan in her round-up of the best art of 2016.

The Best Art of 2016

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"I paint what I see in America, in other words I paint the American Scene." —Stuart Davis, born on this day in 1892. With a long career that stretched from the early twentieth century well into the postwar era, Davis brought a distinctively American accent to international modernism.

Explore our 2016 exhibition Stuart Davis: In Full Swing online, or see it at the National Gallery of Art...
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In a new interview, Ben Coonley illuminates the themes at play in his work, Trading Futures, now on view in Dreamlands. Hear more from the artist: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We’re live! Deputy Director for Programs and Nancy and Steve Crown Family Chief Curator Scott Rothkopf takes us on an after-hours highlights tour of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection. Ask questions during the broadcast, and we’ll share with Scott in real time.
6 pm EST: Join us for a LIVE TOUR of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection with chief curator Scott Rothkopf! [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Installation view of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection. Photograph Bill Orcutt]
Today @ 6 pm EST: Join us for a LIVE tour of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection with chief curator Scott Rothkopf. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Se ofrecen tours gratuitos en español los viernes a las 20:00 para la exposición Carmen Herrera: Líneas de Visión. [ Bit.ly Link ]
"It is informative, filled with diverse pleasures, rewards hours of viewing time and reflects a commitment to film in all of its forms maintained by no other New York museum." —The New York Times explores Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016.

Diving Into Movie Palaces of the Mind at the Whitney

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For #WorldAIDSDay/Day With(out) Art, we're proud to partner with Visual AIDS on a special screening today of COMPULSIVE PRACTICE, a video compilation of compulsive, daily, and habitual practices by nine artists and activists who live with their cameras and have been deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Video stills from participating artists, from top left: Luna Luis Ortiz, Juanita...
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December 5 @ 6 pm EST: We'll be LIVE with chief curator Scott Rothkopf, as he leads us on a tour of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection. Don't miss it! [ Bit.ly Link ]
It's #GivingTuesday! A contribution to the Whitney's Annual Fund supports exhibitions, education programs, conservation projects, and more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

[A family explores Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection. Photograph by Filip Wolak]
December 1: Artist Mary Kelly will discuss her sustained engagement with feminism and themes including labor, war, trauma, and the politics of care with critic and theorist Rosalyn Deutsche. Tickets: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Mary Kelly (b. 1941), installation view of Antepartum, 1973. Super 8 film transferred to video, black-and-white, silent; 1:30 min. looped. Whitney Museum of American Art, New...
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Felix Gonzalez-Torres was born on this day in 1957. Installations of his "Untitled" (America) can vary: composed of twelve strings of light bulbs, the work can be shown inside or outside, in an unlimited range of configurations. This work is one of a number by Gonzalez-Torres that includes the word "America" in its title. The light from the bulbs might resonate as cheerful in one context and...
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This holiday season, give a year filled with rich experiences and opportunities to enjoy the very best of American art. Whitney gift memberships start at just $85 and are the perfect gift for any art enthusiast. Purchase before November 30 using the discount code "HOLIDAY2016" to get 10% off. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Hope you’re enjoying food, family, and friends. We're closed today but will resume normal hours on Friday. [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Starting today, visitors will be welcomed to the Museum with Glenn Ligon’s Rückenfigur (2009). The title is an art-historical term describing a figure seen from behind, and, accordingly, each of the letters is rotated toward the wall. Ligon reconfigured the word America to reflect on the ambivalent status of a country that, in his words, is both a “shining beacon” and “dark star.” Learn more...
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The New York Times offers a helpful guide for fitting some art into your busy holiday season. Insider tip: the Whitney will be open every day from December 26 through January 2.

Art for the Holidays: A New York Visitors’ Guide

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The Wall Street Journal calls Dreamlands "an ambitious exhibition [that] explores contemporary art’s relation to cinema."

‘Dreamlands’ at the Whitney Museum: Between Illusion and Reality

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In our newest piece on Whitney Stories, Judith Bernstein describes Urs Fischer’s portrait of fellow artist Julian Schnabel, and speaks about her own engagement with politics as a woman in the art world. Watch more: [ Bit.ly Link ]