1. What a great sense of scale! Jeff Koons's Moon (Light Pink) (1995–2000) by @killa_instinct.

    What a great sense of scale! Jeff Koons's Moon (Light Pink) (1995–2000) by @killa_instinct.

  2. Admiring Jeff Koons's Cake (1995–97).
Photograph by goldenshowersss.

    Admiring Jeff Koons's Cake (1995–97).

    Photograph by goldenshowersss.

  3. Jeff Koons's Woman in Tub (1988), part of the artist’s Banality series.
Photograph by kellyturso

    Jeff Koons's Woman in Tub (1988), part of the artist’s Banality series.

    Photograph by kellyturso

  4. ireneandtokki:

    Alexander Calder

    See Calder’s work in American Legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe, open through June 29.

  5. Check out this fun video documenting the installation of Richard Artschwager’s blps. Feeling inspired? Take some of your own blp photos, and email them to blps@standardhotel.com. Randomly selected submissions will be featured here, whitney.org, and Facebook, plus all participants will be entered in a drawing for an amazing prize package from the Whitney, The Standard, New York, and High Line Art.

  6. In celebration of Richard Artschwager’s blp installation, we invite you to participate in the collective documentation of the project!
Email photos of Artschwager’s blps to blps@standardhotel.com and be entered for a chance to win a prize package from the Whitney Museum, The Standard, New York, and the High Line. Visit whitney.org for more information.
Richard Artschwager, blp, 2012. Installation view (the High Line at West 17th Street, New York, October 25, 2012–February 3, 2013.) Co-presented by High Line Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Courtesy the artist, Friends of the High Line, and the Whitney. Photograph by Timothy Schenck

    In celebration of Richard Artschwager’s blp installation, we invite you to participate in the collective documentation of the project!

    Email photos of Artschwager’s blps to blps@standardhotel.com and be entered for a chance to win a prize package from the Whitney Museum, The Standard, New York, and the High Line. Visit whitney.org for more information.

    Richard Artschwager, blp, 2012. Installation view (the High Line at West 17th Street, New York, October 25, 2012–February 3, 2013.) Co-presented by High Line Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Courtesy the artist, Friends of the High Line, and the Whitney. Photograph by Timothy Schenck

  7. Sharon Hayes’ solo show closes September 9.

    jphotorep:

    Sharon Hayes - There is so much I want to say to you

    The Whitney Museum thru Sept. 9th

  8. Yayoi Kusama bus stop advertisement. Love this shot! 

    Yayoi Kusama bus stop advertisement. Love this shot! 

  9. Yayoi Kusama sculptures hanging over our restaurant, Untitled. 

    Yayoi Kusama sculptures hanging over our restaurant, Untitled

  10. For her work Yard (Sign) (2009/2012), Sharon Hayes reproduced found signs from lawns across America and created new signs using selected texts.  
Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 9. 
laulaunyc:

okay, last one………..This Blood’s for you!

    For her work Yard (Sign) (2009/2012), Sharon Hayes reproduced found signs from lawns across America and created new signs using selected texts.  

    Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 9. 

    laulaunyc:

    okay, last one………..This Blood’s for you!

  11. Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 9. 
laulaunyc:

“There’s so much I want to say to you” exhibit at the Whitney.  Lots of “activist” fliers, and then this one, which I am confused about.

    Sharon Hayes: There’s so much I want to say to you is on view through September 9. 

    laulaunyc:

    “There’s so much I want to say to you” exhibit at the Whitney.  Lots of “activist” fliers, and then this one, which I am confused about.

  12. Beautiful shots of Yayoi Kusama’s Guidepost to the New Space, now on view at Hudson River Park’s Pier 45 at Christopher Street. 

    adeomycolors:

    Simply awesome Yayoi Kusama! Thanks to you and the Whitney Museum for making our city of New York a bit more playful and so much fun!

  13. Sharon Hayes' exhibition is on view through September 9. 
outsideistheworld:

Part of Sharon Hayes’ There’s so much I want to say to you at the Whitney Museum.

    Sharon Hayes' exhibition is on view through September 9. 

    outsideistheworld:

    Part of Sharon Hayes’ There’s so much I want to say to you at the Whitney Museum.