A decision in a trade dispute between the US and the EU could cause a price hike for American buyers of photographs and prints. “Because the tariffs apply to lithographs and photographs printed in the last twenty years, they will also have a considerable impact on living artists, who rely on galleries as an important vehicle to sell their works and to foster cultural exchange,” a statement from the ADAA says. “Additionally problematic is the short time between the WTO’s decision and the tariffs’ enforcement, leaving small businesses little time to prepare and adapt.”
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Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY 10021
Wednesday – Thursday 11am – 6pm
Friday 1pm – 9pm (6pm – 9pm pay-what-you-wish)
Saturday – Sunday 11am – 6pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
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Senior Citizens (62+) and Students with valid ID : $10
Members, NYC public high school students with valid ID & children under 12 : Free
One day pass to Kaufman Astoria Studios Film & Video Gallery : $6
The Whitney Museum houses one of the most significant collections of American art. It’s collection features works from the first half of the century but emphasizes contemporary artists in its exhibitions. The Whitney’s collection includes works by artists such as Edward Hopper, Keith Haring, Alexander Calder, and Andy Warhol, and it’s independent study program jumpstarted careers for artists such as Julian Schnabel. The Whitney Biennial is usually a much-anticipated exhibit for younger and/or emerging artists.