The Whitney's powerful exhibition An Incomplete History of Protest closes on August 27, but you can keep the spirit of activism going with gifts inspired by the exhibition.
"To make the private into something public is an action that has terrific ramifications." —David Wojnarowicz. This engaging and richly illustrated book deeply mines the life and work of the artist and is newly published in conjunction with the exhibition on view.
Celebrate the return of Edward Hopper's Railroad Sunset with an exclusive assortment inspired by this beloved painting as well as the breathtaking sunsets visible from the Whitney's terraces.
Inspired by Zoe Leonard's site-specific installation currently on view, Homage, this tote asks the titular question raised by writer, Linda Nochlin. Read more about Leonard's powerful and lasting critique of the art world in this insightful catalogue.
This reusable bottle keeps its cool (and heat) with double-walled insulation and features the Whitney's playful responsive "W."