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Two pigeons made out of yarn

MADE IN NEW YORK

The Whitney’s history is entwined with that of its home city, and the artistic communities that have helped it flourish. Browse our selection of fresh and unique souvenirs by creative New Yorkers.

Model wearing Whitney Biennial varsity jacket

GIVE ME A
B-I-E-N-N-I-A-L

Inspired by the heritage of our signature exhibition, the Whitney Biennial, these collegiate-style jackets, T-shirts, and sweatshirts honor the long legacy of this survey of contemporary American art, which has been running since 1932.

A jar of honey decorated with an icon of a bee

ROOFTOP HONEY

Did you know that the Whitney Museum is home to several buzzing beehives? The most recent harvest of our Flora Honey, gathered and bottled by Let It Bee Apiaries from our very own rooftop, features a bee and limited-edition pin designed by artist Demian DinéYazhi'.

Open book with video stills

JASON MORAN AT THE WHITNEY

This is the first in-depth publication to investigate the practice of pianist, composer and visual artist Jason Moran, whose work bridges the fields of visual arts and performing arts. Explore Moran’s work, including collaborations with Whitney collection artists, with this handsomely illustrated catalogue.

A black pouch with There Are Artists Among Us written in white

THERE ARE ARTISTS AMONG US

Get ready for the upcoming school year with this perfectly sized pouch. It has plenty of room for pencils, erasers, and other art essentials.