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whitneymuseum:

Want to see Balloon Dog at 2 am? We got you covered with the 36-hour Koons marathon October 18–19.  
Installation view of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, June 27–October 19, 2014). Jeff Koons, Balloon Dog (Yellow), 1994-2000. ©Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ronald Amstutz.

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM!

whitneymuseum:

Want to see Balloon Dog at 2 am? We got you covered with the 36-hour Koons marathon October 18–19.  

Installation view of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, June 27–October 19, 2014). Jeff Koons, Balloon Dog (Yellow), 1994-2000. ©Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ronald Amstutz.

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM!

Thank you Jeff Koons for thwarting my hopes of a quiet Friday night at the museum. Blerg.

Thank you Jeff Koons for thwarting my hopes of a quiet Friday night at the museum. Blerg.

potentialitea:

Love, Robert Indiana, Central Park c. 1971.

potentialitea:

Love, Robert Indiana, Central Park c. 1971.

jdavidmckenney:

Watch Day 1 of the #PidginDoll mural painted by @jdavidmckenney at the @centrefugepublicartproject trailer on the #LES, NYC. (at First Park)

My friend jdavidmckenney painted a very pretty mural on the LES. Excited to check it out!

Home states.

Home states.

"Obviously, this blue part here is the land…"

"Obviously, this blue part here is the land…"

humansofnewyork:

"When I started, these rocks were bathed in light. Now they’re just shadowy masses. So I have to decide how I want to remember them."

humansofnewyork:

"When I started, these rocks were bathed in light. Now they’re just shadowy masses. So I have to decide how I want to remember them."

Robert Indiana: A Career Defined By 'LOVE' No Longer : NP

This exhibition at the Whitney Museum is one of my favorites ever. (I went yesterday, for the third time.) It closes today - if you’re in NYC, go. Now. (Well, at 11, when the museum opens.)

The first Times Square ball dropped, courtesy of metalworker Jacob Starr, to welcome 1908.