Whitney Museum

It’s moved from inland @ 945 Madison Avenue at East 75th Street (From 1966 to 2014) to present 99 Gansevoort Street, Lower Manhattan, on the Hudson River, right off at the lower end of High Line park. This art museum was founded in 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1875–1942).

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The museum focuses American art, on 20th-century and on. The pink tub is by Leidy Churchman Tallest Residential Tower in the Western Hemisphere (2015) oil on linen. The collage is by Jasper Johns, Racing Thoughts (1983)

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Is he making an art or writing a book? Richard Nixon looks pretty. Robert Mapplethorpe Self Portrait (1980) Gelatin silver print. Sitting Pretty: by Duane Hanson Woman with Dog (1977)

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What’s an art or arts? These two are by Blythe Bohnen studies in motion. Ok. Whatever.

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