The New Whitney with Renzo Piano

A hard-hat tour with the architect of the museum's future home

Sitting at the south end of New York City’s High Line park, the Renzo Piano work-in-progress is the Whitney Museum‘s future home. The team behind the project is so excited about what they have in store that they invited us to take a hard-hat tour of the building at its halfway point. Every person there—from curator to construction worker—comes to work each morning feeling like …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

NASA's 3D food printer, Sydney's Vivid Festival, the Whitney's new identity and more in our weekly look at the web

1. Todd McLellan’s 50 Disassembled Objects Skilled lensman Todd McLellan likes to take things apart. What began as a meticulous photo project dubbed “Disassembly Series” has now expanded into a new book for Thames & Hudson, called “Things Come Apart.” McLellan combines his penchant for exploring the myriad components which comprise everyday objects with his flair for photography to create stunning images of 50 disassembled …