The Whitney Museum’s Must See Warhol Exhibit

If you are a fan of Andy Warhol, the Warhol exhibit at the Whitney Museum is a must see! Be sure to check out this widespread collection of some of his most famous works! Located close to Glenwood’s downtown buildings, Glenwood uptown, midtown and west side residents all should not miss this opportunity to see a vast amount of Warhol works in one location!

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Great Reason to Go Back to the New Whitney: 60 Years of Frank Stella, A Retrospective!

"Gran Cairo" at the Frank Stella Retrospective at the Whitney Museum in NYC.

Frank Stella: A Retrospective, is the first special exhibition at the Whitney Museum’s new location in the Meatpacking District. This fun and surprising exhibit showcasing 60 years of Frank Stella’s artwork includes paintings, reliefs, maquettes, sculptures, and drawings and will be at the Whitney until February 7, 2016.

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The New Downtown Whitney Is a Spectacular Success

The new Whitney Museum of Art is ready for its debut. The $422 million building recently opned its doors in the Meatpacking District. The new space which sitsat the base of the highline is double the size of the former uptown Whitney – which means more space and more art. Come be the first to see what’s inside the the new, towering beautiful white and glass building.

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Whitney Museum NYC ‘Biennial’ Returns to Upper East Side

Nicole Eisenman's painting at the Whitney Biennial on Upper East Side NYC.

It's the exhibition that everyone loves to complain about, the Whitney Biennial, that every-other-year contemporary show that takes over most of the Whitney Museum of American Art for most of the spring, and purports to take the pulse of what's going on in art right now. We grouse about the selection, and its emphasis on money (what's selling) and art-world politics. We complain, but we all always go just the same. So the real question is: how does the Whitney Biennial 2012 stack up against recent editions of the museum's signature show? We spent an afternoon at the close-to-home Upper East NYC Whitney Museum last week, just a few paces from The Fairmont, The Lucerne & The Marlowe. The answer, for us, no surprise given the wide range of work on display, is mixed. 

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