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Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time
Posted: November 22nd, 2010

Barbara Haskell, curator at the Whitney Museum, guides us through “Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time,” on view now through April 10, 2011.

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  • Carol Cole

    Enjoyed listening to Barbara Haskell discussing the Hopper show at the Whitney. I used to live in N.Y. and studied art history at Columbia U. This is wonderful art training for those who did not have my advantages. Please continue.

  • Marilyn Funnell McAlester

    Will this exhibit travel to other U.S. cities after April? Thank you.

  • b a lomasson

    hope to get to nyc to see the show

  • paonedesign

    WONDERFUL presentation. Beautifully articulated ! Thank you and yes, please continue.

  • Ana Carolina de Salles Freire

    I am Brazilian. I was lucky to watch an exhibition of Hopper at the Tate Modern in London some years ago. Great!
    I am looking forward to being able to go to NYC to see the Hopper’s exhibition organized by Whitney. He is a genius and one of my favourite painters of all times. Thank you Whitney Museum for making this true!!! Congratulations!!!

  • Christine Myers

    Where does the Hopper exhibit go after April 10, 2011? Thank you, Christine.

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