About Whitney Museum of American Art
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The Museum is in a great location with many restaurants and the Chelsea Market. The Calder exhibit was outstanding on the top floor. Loved going out on the platforms with views of the city and using the exterior stairs. Building is well designed and a...More
We were looking for something to do on a cold, snowy day in Manhattan and decided to explore the Whitney. What a great find! Although a significant amount of space was under construction for new exhibits, we thoroughly enjoyed the floors that were open. (admission...More
Top floor: Alexander Calder, special exhibit. I have only a casual and unenthusiastic appreciation for mobiles. The most interesting part of this exhibit turned out to be a group of blind individuals experiencing the art through a guided narration by a museum staff member. I...More
Finally made a visit to the Whitney- hadn't been since it moved. It's right next to the High Line and i usually get sidetracked by that. Several floors of american Art- good views of the Hudson River, lower Manhattan and Jersey City.
I've been to this museum twice now and do not have much good to say about it. Aside from a few pieces in the permanent collection. The art is unimpressive and some of it is down-right BAD. The building makes no good connection to the...More
Nice place to visit, extra big rooms with nice modern art. The peacefull atmosphere and nice architecture make this museum a nice visit even if you do'n't like so much the exposition. But you'll find a lot of nice art to view too.
Firstly, this building is absolutely a work of architectural art in itself. Located at the start/end of the High Line Park, with Hudson river vistas, the Whitney is a perfect venue to display an impressive collection of artwork. There are highly recognizable pieces and cutting...More
We visited the new Whitney Museum of American Art and really enjoyed the entire experience. We took the elevator to the 8th floor and started with the Calder Mobile Exhibition. My only complaint is that there were too many other visitors to see the art...More
Great Building with several external terraces containing great art, what more is their to say. $25 entry fee is worth it to see some of the best collection of american art in the US (the Met also has a good collection). neatly located by the...More