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To organize delirium

In New York, this Whitney Museum’s exhibition captures the complexity and activist nature of Hélio Oiticica’s art, focusing on the decisive period he spent in New York in the 1970s.




95 Horatio Street

In New York, a new Do Ho Suh’s site-specific work visually reconnects the building facade of 95 Horatio Street with the elevated railway that once occupied the neighborhood.



Where we are: 1900–1960

At a time when debate continues over what it means to be American, the Whitney Museum selected works from its permanent collection to reflect on one’s sense of self.





The Whitney Museum in New York unveils an immersive video exhibition that spans from 1905 to 2016, showing how technology has changed our multisensoriality.




Best of the Week

From Akihisa Hirata's densely packed and rich Tangling installation to a pavilion hinting at new possibilities for vacant buildings, here are this week's best stories.



Yayoi Kusama

At the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Japanese artist spins obsession, passion, and colourful hallucinations into a singular universe where viewers are allowed to enter.


Art / Emily Weiner