The curator of the Whitney’s coming Andy Warhol retrospective offers details of the exhibition — more intimate than usual — for the first time.
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With about 400 Roy Lichtenstein works going to the Whitney Museum and a historic archive to the Smithsonian, the Lichtenstein Foundation begins a long goodbye.
Benefits were held for the Whitney Museum, Solving Kids’ Cancer, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and PEN America.
From Herman Melville to Mae West, pinball machines to a slave ship, Robert Indiana drew his inspiration from American sources, with deeply personal meanings.
Nick Mauss’s exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art links visual art, photography, sculpture, dance, live performance and queer theory.
I laughed when I saw it, exactly as Grant Wood had depicted it. Now “the world’s second most famous White House” was mine — for $250 a month.
The first New York retrospective in 35 years of this Regional painter has ups, downs, detours and lots to see and think about.
A roundup of art reviews, featuring Sarah Crowner’s paintings at Casey Kaplan, photocopy art at the Whitney and Isa Genzken’s works at David Zwirner.
The idea of obsolescence — of the present slipping irretrievably into the past — haunts the artist’s work.
The curator Barbara Haskell marks 43 years as a curator that have taken her from Claes Oldenburg in Pasadena to “American Gothic and Other Fables” in New York.