The New Yorker calls Calder: Hypermobility "irresistible."
The New Yorker calls Calder: Hypermobility "irresistible"

Calder’s Sculptures Come Alive

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Sandra Bysshe
Gabrielle Durana
Sissel Rydberg
“Do whatever you do intensely." —Robert Henri, born today in 1865. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, founder of the Whitney, commissioned this portrait in 1916 from Henri, leader of the urban realist painters who had shocked the New York art world barely a decade earlier with their images of ordinary people and commonplace city life. In this painting, Henri transformed the traditional genre of a...
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Jane von Rathsach
Celebrate Pride with the Whitney! Join us for tours exploring gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ perspectives in the Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1900–1960. The first tour kicks off tonight during pay-what-you-wish at 7:30 pm. [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Installation view of Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1900–1960 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,...
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Celebrate Pride with the Whitney Join us for tours exploring gender sexuality
We’re excited to introduce the latest iteration of Sunrise/Sunset, a series of Internet art projects that mark sunset and sunrise in New York City every day on whitney.org. In Caughtinmoment, Lorna Mills continues her explorations of the gif as an iconic visual form of the online environment by breaking down images of sunrises and sunsets into pixelated components that wriggle and twist in...
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Happy summer, everyone! Which works or artists remind you of the season?

See this painting and more by Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, Jacob Lawrence, and many others in Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1900–1960, on view now. [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Edward Hopper (1882–1967), Cape Cod Sunset, 1934. Oil on canvas. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Josephine N. Hopper...
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Happy summer everyone Which works or artists remind you of the season
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The Atlantic tackles an issue raised by the work of Pope.L, Janine Antoni, and many other contemporary artists: how do you conserve art that's made of materials that aren't meant to last?
The Atlantic tackles an issue raised by the work of PopeL Janine

How Do You Conserve Art Made of Bologna, or Bubble Gum, or Soap?

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Dana J. Laudani
The 2017 Biennial is on partial view through July 16. See work by Henry Taylor, Kaari Upson, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, and more. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Experience Alexander Calder’s works as the artist intended—in motion. View a daily schedule of in-gallery activations: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Ann Elizabeth Schlegel
David Bettridge
Fred Simkin
We’re excited to announce that an anonymous donor has promised two major prewar American paintings to the Whitney’s collection: Edward Hopper’s 1932 painting City Roofs and Childe Hassam’s Allied Flags, April 1917, also known as Allied Flags, Union League Club (1917).

City Roofs depicts the rooftop of Hopper’s studio at 3 Washington Square North in Greenwich Village. Hopper was frequently...
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Were excited to announce that an anonymous donor has promised two major
Donna Thomas
Luis Santiago Diniz
Donna Senick-Harazim
Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney's Collection, 1900–1960 traces how artists have approached the relationships, institutions, and activities that shape our lives. See work by Louise Bourgeois, Elizabeth Catlett, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns, and Archibald Motley, among many others. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Where We Are Selections from the Whitneys Collection 19001960 traces how artists
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Experience works by Alexander Calder as the artist intended—in motion. Now on view, Calder: Hypermobility features major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles. The exhibition includes daily activations, one-time demonstrations of rarely seen works, and new commissions that bring contemporary artists into...
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John Z Ryan
Linda Messina
Richard Newton
Don't miss the 2017 Biennial, on view through this Sunday. Experience what's happening now in American art. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Dont miss the 2017 Biennial on view through this Sunday Experience whats
Christian Barroso
Vickie Sanderlin
Kyril Mocine
The New York Times calls Calder: Hypermobility "a high-spirited showcase.” The exhibition opens today!
The New York Times calls Calder Hypermobility a highspirited showcase The exhibition

When It Comes to Calder, the Same Piece Is Always Different

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Joy Preiss
Joshua R Torres
"It’s not a sculpture, it’s not a picture—it’s an experience.” —Alexander S. C. Rower, president of Calder Foundation. Calder: Hypermobility opens at the Whitney this Friday!
Its not a sculpture its not a pictureits an experience Alexander S

Calder's Motorized Sculptures Whirr Back to Life at the Whitney | artnet News

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Faye Wilson Goldman
Joseph Conlon
2017 Whitney Biennial artists discuss new ways of making and experiencing art. Watch more on our website, and don't miss the exhibition on view through this Sunday. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Laurie Blum
Julie Jeong
We're looking forward to Calder: Hypermobility, opening this Friday. The dynamic exhibition will focus on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. Whitney members see it first during special preview days this Wednesday and Thursday: [ Bit.ly Link ]

[© 2017 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]
Robin Stark
Suzy Martin
Sandi Savage
LAST CHANCE! Don't miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial, on view through this Sunday. Experience what's happening now in American art. [ Bit.ly Link ]
LAST CHANCE Dont miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial on view through this
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We're proud to announce that Biennial artist Pope.L is the recipient of the ninth Bucksbaum Award. [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Pope.L aka William Pope.L, Claim, 2017. Acrylic paint, graphite pencil, pushpins, wood, framed document, fortified wine, and bologna with black-and-white photocopy portraits, 15 × 16 3/4 × 16 3/4 ft. (4.6 × 5.1 × 5.1 m). Collection of the artist; courtesy Mitchell-Innes & Nash,...
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Were proud to announce that Biennial artist PopeL is the recipient of
Susan Cragin
Rebecca Felix
Maria Irma Robles Carrizales
Final weeks! Don't miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial, on view through Sunday, June 11. Experience what's happening now in American art—from painting and installation to activism and video-game design. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Final weeks Dont miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial on view through Sunday
Russell Adams
Leanne C Tonkin
Maree Blanch
Study Sessions is a new ongoing event series inspired by Fred Moten and Stefano Harney’s notion of study as “what you do with other people.” For each Study Session, an artist, writer, or cultural worker selects a work of art on view in the Whitney’s galleries as a departure point for thinking through an urgent question in our contemporary political landscape. Participants are invited to join...
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Study Sessions is a new ongoing event series inspired by Fred Moten

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