An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1940–2017  

A private guided tour of the exhibition

Through the lens of the Whitney’s collection, An Incomplete History of Protest looks at how artists from the 1940s to the present have confronted the political and social issues of their day. Whether making art as a form of activism, criticism, instruction, or inspiration, the featured artists see their work as essential to challenging established thought and creating a more equitable culture. Many have sought immediate change, such as ending the war in Vietnam or combating the AIDS crisis. Others have engaged with protest more indirectly, with the long term in mind, hoping to create new ways of imagining society and citizenship. Join Village Preservation in an in-depth look at the exhibition guided by one of The Whitney’s Teaching Fellows. Participants are also invited to enjoy an exclusive 10% discount on everything in the Whitney Museum of American Art Shop on Saturday December 9th. Find the perfect gifts for family, friends, and colleagues; stock your library with the latest art publications; or treat yourself to artist-inspired collectibles available only at the Whitney.

Free for VP Members at the Contributor Level ($100+) only. Join now at the Contributor Level for a private, guided tour of the exhibition.

Saturday, December 9, 2017
6:00 pm

The Whitney Museum of American Art