The Whitney Museum of American Art – known informally as the "Whitney" – is an art museum located in Manhattan. It was founded in 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1875–1942), a wealthy and prominent American socialite and art patron after whom the museum is named.

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  • Alexander Calder's Tightrope
    Alexander S. C. Rower, the president of the Calder Foundation and grandson of the artist, presents a one-time activation of the 1936 work, Tightrope. Website: http://www.whitney.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/whitneymuseum Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whitneymuseum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whitneymuseum
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  • "I Have No Place in the World": A Panel On Hélio Oiticica
    In 1969, while living in London, and a year before relocating to New York City, the Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica wrote, "I have no place in the world." In conjunction with the exhibition Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium, this panel discussion considers Oiticica’s work in relation to transnationalism and the politics of aesthetics and explores the significance of his work to contemporary art...
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Two Spheres, 1931
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Red Panel, 1934
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | The Helices, 1944
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Black Frame, 1934
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Aspen, 1948
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Triple Gong, c. 1948
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | Red Sticks, c. 1943
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility | S and Star, 1941
    Calder: Hypermobility at The Whitney Museum of American Art encompasses major examples of Calder’s work including early motor-driven abstractions, sound-generating Gongs, and standing and hanging mobiles.
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  • Calder: Hypermobility
    Our latest exhibition, Calder: Hypermobility, focuses on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. Website: http://www.whitney.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/whitneymuseum Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whitneymuseum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whitneymuseum
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  • Postcommodity: We Lost Half the Forest and the Rest Will Burn This Summer
    Using their own borderlands-rasquache instruments and regalia, Postcommodity performed song variations from their latest album We Lost Half the Forest and the Rest Will Burn This Summer. Recounting an ongoing cycle of decay in a desert from the view of its flora and fauna, hacked electronics, voices, rattles, animal calls, and Mexican whistles dirge through the only path to the end.
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  • Whitney Biennial 2017: Networks of Making and Meaning (Part 3)
    In the final film in a three-part series on the Biennial, artists discuss new ways of making and experiencing art. Website: http://www.whitney.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/whitneymuseum Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whitneymuseum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whitneymuseum
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  • Whitney Biennial 2017: Rafa Esparza
    The artist Rafa Esparza discusses the "sensorial experience" behind his work in the Biennial, a rotunda made out of adobe bricks, and the importance of transforming a traditional art space. Filmed at the Bowtie Project, a partnership between California State Parks and Clockshop.
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