The Whitney Museum

The Whitney Museum of American Art is the leading advocate of 20th- and 21st-century American art. Founded in 1930, the Museum is regarded as the preeminent collection of American art and includes major works and materials from the estate of Edward Hopper, the largest public collection of works by Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and Lucas Samaras, as well as significant works by Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, Bruce Nauman, Georgia O’Keeffe, Claes Oldenburg, Kiki Smith, and Andy Warhol, among other artists. With its history of exhibiting the most promising and influential American artists and provoking intense debate, the Whitney’s signature show, the Biennial, has become the most important survey of the state of contemporary art in America today.

Madison Avenue and East 75th Street, NYC

Past shows:

June 27, 2008
Times New Viking
ACME: music of Jefferson Friedman

June 20, 2008
Prefuse 73
ACME: music of Chen Yi and Kevin Volans

June 13, 2008
A Sunny Day in Glasgow
ACME: music of Ingram Marshall and John Adams

June 6, 2008
The Berg Sans Nipple
ACME: music of  Kevin Volans and John Adams