Following quite a while of development, Whitney’s midtown area opened to much pomp in 2015. Mooring the southern compasses of the High Line, this dazzling structure – planned by Renzo Piano – gives 63,000 sq ft of room for the exhibition hall’s unrivaled assortment of American craftsmanship. Inside the light-filled displays, you’ll discover works by all the greats, including Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Mark Rothko. Not at all like at numerous historical centers, unique accentuation is set on crafted by living craftsmen.

Notwithstanding pivoting shows on Warhol and other American illuminating presences, the Whitney Biennial is held in even-numbered years. It’s a driven overview of contemporary workmanship that once in a while neglects to create contention.

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