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The Whitney has on view two solo exhibitions whose titles elicit tension from a pair of artists who couldn't be more different form each other: David Smith and Sherrie Levine.

In this edition of SundayArts: a look at the Whitney's founding collection with Barbara Haskell, otherworldly miniatures at the Museum of Arts and Design, and more.

In this edition of SundayArts Primetime: Paula Zahn interviews Barbara Haskell, Co-curator of "Breaking Ground: The Whitney’s Founding Collection," Curator Carol Ward guides us through the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion in Washington Heights, and the latest SundayArts News.

Looking towards the Whitney Museum of American Art's move downtown, the museum's curatorial team devised a series of special installations to give museum-goers an idea of what the Whitney's collection might look like presented in a larger setting. In this SundayArts Profile, Paula Zahn speaks to Barbara Haskell, Co-curator of "Breaking Ground: The Whitney’s Founding Collection."

In this edition of SundayArts News: the New York Botanical Garden, Glenn Ligon:'s America, feminist art at Rutgers, dance based on the music of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and much more.

Post-War art at The Whitney, New Directors/New Films, Richard Move channels Martha Graham, Cloisonné and more.

Native American art at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York City Ballet's winter season, Dance on Camera film festival, and more.

It’s hard enough for anyone to make sense of historical events as they unfold, but imagine trying to create art out of them. That is, of course, what  political artists try to do, though not without the danger of succumbing to tendentiousness. For the past three decades, however, Jenny Holzer has managed to avoid this [...]

In music performance today, one of the hottest presenters around is Wordless Music . If you’re a New Yorker, they seem to be suddenly everywhere, and their concerts have been getting raves from critics from The New Yorker, The New York Times, New York magazine, and Gramophone magazine, as well as attracting audiences that represent [...]

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