1. From Marsden Hartley to Cindy Sherman, there’s something for everyone in Art Everywhere USCast your vote now and tell us which iconic American artworks you want to see on billboards, trains, and buses across the country—including twenty from the Whitney’s permanent collection.

  2. Watch the first installment of artist Darren Bader's video contribution to the 2014 Biennial entitled Things I’m (Probably) Not Going to Get Done for the Biennial via T Magazine.

    Watch the first installment of artist Darren Bader's video contribution to the 2014 Biennial entitled Things I’m (Probably) Not Going to Get Done for the Biennial via T Magazine.

  3. Join us in wishing Ellsworth Kelly a very happy 90th birthday! To celebrate, we’re inviting all of our followers to share what they love most about the work of this iconic American artist. 
Kelly’s Yellow on Blue (2001), seen here, as well as Blue Panel I (1977) are currently on view in the Museum’s lower gallery. 
 

    Join us in wishing Ellsworth Kelly a very happy 90th birthday! To celebrate, we’re inviting all of our followers to share what they love most about the work of this iconic American artist. 

    Kelly’s Yellow on Blue (2001), seen here, as well as Blue Panel I (1977) are currently on view in the Museum’s lower gallery. 

     

  4. alina-chan:

I love Kusama

    alina-chan:

    I love Kusama

  5. onlycolorandlight:

Sharon Hayes, My Memory Translates Everything Into Something Else, 2012

More visitor photography from the current Sharon Hayes exhibition. 

    onlycolorandlight:

    Sharon Hayes, My Memory Translates Everything Into Something Else, 2012

    More visitor photography from the current Sharon Hayes exhibition

  6. onlycolorandlight:

Sharon Hayes at the Whitney today. Thinking about love.

Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 13. 

    onlycolorandlight:

    Sharon Hayes at the Whitney today. Thinking about love.

    Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 13. 

  7. Happy Flag Day! Here’s educator Christine S. Kim on Jasper Johns’ painting Three Flags (1958).