This exclusive collaboration with artist Julie Mehretu highlights and amplifies the powerful meaning of her 2018 work, Hineni, which translates to “Here I Am” in Hebrew.
Dawoud Bey: Two American Projects examines the artist’s early photographs of Harlem residents, large-scale color Polaroids, and a series of collaborative portraits of high school students, among other works. The accompanying catalogue brings together two recent series that address Black history, rendering it in forms at once lyrical and immediate.
Indulge in a mouthwatering selection of gifts inspired by—you guessed it—food! Browse artist-made editions, kitchen essentials, and one of NYC’s tastiest hot sauces courtesy of Shaquanda.
Discover a collection of gifts, apparel, and publications exploring the shade range from black to gray to white—with pops of graphic contrast.
Explore a new line of fragrances by Whitney collection artist Anicka Yi. Biography uses scent to challenge traditional notions of femininity and subjectivity. Each bottle combines molecular, animal, and industrial elements, a testament to Yi’s acclaimed sculptural vocabulary.