The Whitney Museum in New York houses one of the world's foremost collections of modern and contemporary American art. Focusing particularly on works by living artists, the Whitney is celebrated for presenting important special exhibitions.
The Whitney is closed until summer 2015 – the Whitney will reopen in a new location along the High Line in the Meatpacking District.
Closed until May 2015 as it moves to its new location in the downtown Meatpacking District.
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Love the hall lights!
free for nyu students! up to 4 guests
One of the better "big time" museums in NYC
Jeff Koons was great and what really made it was the public tour my friend and I globbed onto. Very informative and gave context that helped inform the whole exhibit. Also, great selfie opportunities.
Get a dual membership during this year and you get to see the new building and the biennial.
If you're a NYU or SVA student, skip the line! You can also bring 3 guests free!!
Free admission. Cool building watch your head in the stairwells very low ceilings ... enjoy it before it moves to their new location in the meatpacking district
Having some brunch. Going for the Huckleberry pancakes.
if you do like to have the multimedia guide you Should know that you must have one document with your photo And that your passport doesn't count as an option. Bring your ID
Great infrastructure and interior architecture.
Family outing at the Whitney
Domingo de museo
Free for NYU students. Good for 4 people
Be sure to check out the Jeff Koons exhibit - visit before they move downtown to a new location. Their restaurant in the basement is a great place to unwind after checking out the art.
I discovered it by accident but one of my fav museums in NYC
Marcel Breuer's building gets leased to the Met starting 2015 but the spirit stays the same. Catch the permanent collection on the 5th Floor.
second floor restrooms are much cleaner, bigger, and way less crowded than the basement's.
This is one of the best exhibits I've been to for quite some time! Everyone should definitely check it out
Belíssimo, muitas coisas lindas para se ver. Indico. Muito show!
Go with an open mind. Don t expect traditional art. Don t consider the art rationally. Let your heart and spirit guide you.
Definitely worth a visit! #okeeffe
Muitas lindas pra se ver só vendo é indescritível.
The mecca to twentieth century American art will soon move downtown, but until then enjoy wandering the mirrored halls of the famed museum on Madison Avenue.
Get lost in the 19,000-piece collection of paintings, photography, drawings, films, and more that touches on the works of greats like Georgia O’Keeffe.
Nice Show of remains of Manhattan performance art from 70-80, when Soho was a place where art was practiced and not pure commerce
Really worth staying to the end and watching the full 6 vids in T.J. Wilcox's In The Air film installation - all interesting in their own way.
When I was in grade school I saw the Calder exhibit and I remember it as if it were yesterday.
free entrance for NYU employees!
Para deleitarse viendo una extensa muestra de trabajos de Hopper. También está el circo de Calder.
If you have Bank of America, get in for free.
Oatmeal raisin cookie from Untitled. (Totally worth people assuming I was staff.)
"ROBERT INDIANA: BEYOND LOVE" September 26, 2013–January 5, 2014
FREE admission for CUNY students!
Do you love Edward Hopper but you have just seen the reproductions? Do not miss the original. Nothing to do with what you know but ways better!!! Breathtaking
Free admission for Bloomberg employees and up to 3 accompanied guests.
Great Art in this lesser known venue on Museum Mile. Remember to use the coat check in the winter months to ensure you can walk comfortably. Whitney is moving soon.
Fantastic art & Stumptown coffee!
Best place to charge your phone: lower level by the benches next to Untitled.