The New Whitney Museum’s “America is Hard to See”

Previewing the inaugural multi-floor exhibition in a stunning new home designed by Renzo Piano

Two years ago, we ventured over to 99 Gansevoort Street in NYC to tour the construction site of famed architect Renzo Piano’s new Whitney Museum of American Art building. Today, the 28,000 ton concrete, glass and steel building stands complete—and completely remarkable—with several city-facing vistas, a grand illuminated metal staircase and the last four elevators artist Richard Artschwager envisioned before his death. These are just …