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Memory Map

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Memory Map is the groundbreaking artist’s first New York retrospective, bringing together nearly five decades of drawings, prints, paintings, and sculptures in the largest and most comprehensive showing of her career to date. The accompanying catalogue illustrates Smith’s work in all media, accompanied by essays and short texts by contemporary Indigenous artists and scholars on each of her major bodies of work.

New York, New York

Shop one-of-a-kind designs by our favorite New York–based artists and makers, plus gifts inspired by the things locals love most. Hint: what’s black and white and delicious all over?

Show Off Your Stuff

Presentation is important, and the Whitney Shop sources the best designs to share and showcase your work and personal collections in unique and elevated ways.

Project for a New American Century

Josh Kline: Project for a New American Century is the first U.S. museum survey featuring over a decade of the artist’'s work, including new installations and moving image works that address the climate crisis. The accompanying catalogue features 325 color illustrations and production images and concept sketches for his newest works that are published here for the first time.

Edward Hopper x The Skateroom

We’ve teamed up with THE SKATEROOM to create three open editions featuring the artist’s most iconic views of New York City. Shop the inaugural collection while supplies last.

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