While Honoring the 2017 Biennial artists, the Whitney Museum‘s Studio Party welcomed those willing to assist in the furthering of its honorable mission: To honor and advance the careers of extraordinary living artists today. Propelled by its signature exhibition, the Biennial marks the supreme assessment of fresh American art in the world. Erected between the High Line and Boom Boom Room, its outdoor terraces extend along the most exquisite Hudson River horizon. It also boasts an incomparable collection of modern and contemporary American art. Furthermore, all proceeds go to the icon’s ongoing exhibitions, and educational programs, career and philanthropic assistance.
An avid advocate for the endangered National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities, the Whitney Museum aim to reconcile education with contemporary art and culture. DJ sets by Kitty Cash and Sam Cash, performance by Ravi Shavi, glorious catering, cocktails, exquisite light production, trippy photo-video booth enclaves and skyline views certainly inspired fractal experiences Tuesday night. Furthered through its corporate-funded facilities, the Whitney is indeed the pioneer of artistic innovation; it is hereby essential to visit, and engage and even donate.