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Whitney Museum of American Art

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945 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10021.

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Elsie W.
This is a small museum; much smaller than MoMA and of course, the Met. I was impressed by Jeff Koons' balloon animals and giant play-doh inside the wide...

Patthara C.
Museum date with the bf to see Jeff Koons exhibition and his work did not disappoint us. We dropped by early afternoon on a Friday so the museum was...

Abelle N.
I see myself as a crayon... I may not be your favorite color...but I know someday... you will need me to complete your picture.... My friend is a art...
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The Wall Street Journal
Get here fast because the museum is moving downtown to the Meatpacking District. Their new six-story, 195,000-square-foot building will be designed by Renzo Piano and cost $680 million.
Whitney Museum of American Art
Designed by Marcel Breuer, the Whitney Museum's current building opened in 1966. Jacqueline Kennedy attended the building on opening day.
Whitney Museum of American Art
This is the site of the Whitney Museum's future building in the Meatpacking District. The Whitney will break ground on the Renzo Piano-designed building in May 2011.
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rating 4.1 out of 5
Jesi Mac Leod
i love or hate this place depending of the exhibition, so far the Koons one is great and worthy to see it. They have some very weird art sometimes, but go to the top floor first so see the Calder, Hopper and other american modern artists famous nice art and then walk your way down to the surprise ex....
Miad Hoque
Wonderful "modern" museum space. Refreshing galleries and a quick turnaround for the long lines it can have. Has its own dining and outdoor space if you're so inclined.
Alexandra Swast
Curating modern American art: the Whitney is bold, clever, and delightful. You don't go to museums to check off the list of art you've seen in books (or movies, or wikipedia). Ok, sure, you can do that. Or you can go to the Whitney. Stop and ask - Why? Why did the curators choose these items? How ....
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