1. When the Future Whitney opens next spring, its works on paper study center will allow scholars and students unprecedented access to the Museum’s vast array of twentieth and twenty-first century American drawings. In this Whitney Stories video, Carter Foster, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawing, introduces plans for the space and describes the characteristics that make drawings a uniquely intimate form.

  2. On November 5, Sarah Sze joins Whitney Director Adam Weinberg for the annual Annenberg Lecture. Reserve a free ticket. 

Sarah Sze, Notepad, 2008 (detail). Color offset lithograph and laser engraving, bound as composition pad, dimensions variable. Edition no. 24/40. Printed and published by LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University, New York. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Print Committee  2008.299 © Sarah Sze

    On November 5, Sarah Sze joins Whitney Director Adam Weinberg for the annual Annenberg Lecture. Reserve a free ticket

    Sarah SzeNotepad, 2008 (detail). Color offset lithograph and laser engraving, bound as composition pad, dimensions variable. Edition no. 24/40. Printed and published by LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University, New York. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Print Committee  2008.299 © Sarah Sze

  3. Details of an installation shot of Nicole Eisenman’s monotypes, on view through Sunday, May 27 as part of the 2012 Biennial

    Installation photograph by Sheldan C. Collins

  4. In front of works by Nicole Eisenman
craigroland:

Art makes us pause.   -Phillip Jackson

    In front of works by Nicole Eisenman

    craigroland:

    Art makes us pause.   -Phillip Jackson