Stopped at the end of the night so didn't get to see a whole lot but since it's a suggested donation I didn't pay much to get in. The views of the city are great from the outside observation decks. Great place to stop even...More
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We came for the classic American art and enjoyed the displays on the 7th floor. The rest was a bit too modern and esoteric for us Midwesterners. Restaurant was closed and one of the interesting exhibits was just being installed. So, overall, I would probably...More
This place is amazing! The architecture totally wowed me. Make sure you go to the outside area to see the amazing view and the sculptures.
My wife and I went to the Whitney and just loved it. It has everything. All types of American Art. Some controversial; some unique; some very different, but all of it is a celebration of life and creativity and is simply wonderful.
I toured the Whitney Museum of American Art during a recent trip to NYC. The biennial exhibition was happening at that time. The permanent collection is incredible and the galleries are spacious, so even when there are larger crowds, the people tend to be spread...More
We arrived around 3:00 pm on a Saturday, because we had brunch plans with visiting family members. Big mistake. The huge line would have meant waiting 30 minutes in the rain. We bought a single membership and got two guest passes included, plus we bought...More
Didn't have much time to spend here but thought I should check out this signature exhibition at the Whitney. Also, was interested in seeing the new facility, designed by famed architect, Renzo Piano, of Paris' Pompidou Center fame. Some of the art exhibited were over...More
This was my first visit to the Whitney Museum, even though I've visited NYC many times. My visit was to the new location in lower Manhattan and I was duly impressed, especially with the outdoor terraces. I visited during the Whitney Biennial and was able...More
First experience starts with the neighborhood where you can find variety of street artists with the art work to sell/purchase. Second item of your day would be the Building itself. Designed by architect Renzo Piano and situated between the High Line and the Hudson River,...More