About Whitney Museum of American Art
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The new Whitney building is actually lovely. Excellent views from various terraces, and good space. The art, on the other hand, is just silly. There are some excellent pieces from the permanent collection. But they seem to be using the dumbest cultural Marxism and identity...More
Visited the Frick, then visited the Whitney, our first visit to the new space in the meat packing district. Focused on the permanent collection as well as the exhibit on protest art, and both were spectacular. So many incredible Edward Hopper paintings in particular, and...More
A line to get into the building, to get into a line to get a ticket from the ticket we already purchased online, to go downstairs and get into a line for the coat check, to then get into a line for the elevator. After...More
Really enjoyed my first visit to the Whitney. The exhibit space is well laid out (unlike so many modern buildings which seem to be designed with total disregard for functionality), and the size of the exhibit is very manageable. Laura Owens and "An Incomplete History...More
We wanted to get to the "new" Whitney for a while and just recently visited. The building is exceptional and if you forgot what a sunset in Winter NYC can look like you may want to shell out the $25/p/psn price to see it. Whitney...More
We visited the Whitney Museum and were impressed by the social engagement and involvement of the exhibitions especially the exhibition dealing with protest.