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The Whitney Museum

With more than 25,000 works by more than 3,700 American artists, it is the world’s premier museum devoted to 20th and 21st century American art. Scala Archives is honored to represent the Whitney’s collection as its exclusive worldwide agent.

The Whitney Museum of American Art Collection

In 1931 Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney opened in the Greenwich Village a museum dedicated exclusively to American art. By 1963 larger exhibition space was needed and the museum was moved to a building between Madison and the 75th street built by architect  Marcel Breuer, also known for his furniture design. The museum continued to expand and the need for additional space was satisfied in 2015 with the actual location in the Meat Packing district and designed by Renzo Piano. On top of the permanent collection the location also regularly hosts temporary exhibits and every two years the famous Whitney Biennial, the longest-running survey of American art and a must-attend contemporary art event.
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Edward Hopper’s New York the exhibit

On October 19th 2022, the Whitney Museum of American Art inaugurated the exhibit Edward Hopper’s New York. Through more than 200 sketches, prints and paintings the show traces the artist’s view of the city he lived in for almost 60 years. Look through the gallery.
Edward Hopper, Room in Brooklyn, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

#NotOnlyArt: Architetture
Among the vast content available from Scala Archives the images and footage related to architecture are both innumerable and varied. Among them one can also find interesting video conversations with important architects such as Renzo Piano who designed the current Whitney Museum.

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