Ezra Stoller © Esto
September 4, 2015
Breuer at the Whitney

Ezra Stoller took this photograph of Marcel Breuer through the window at the Whitney, in 1967.

The Whitney has reopened in its new downtown location designed by Renzo Piano. Images of that project can be seen at EstoStock.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is embarking on a renovation of the original Whitney Museum, to house their contemporary collection. The renovated building is slated to open in March of 2016. Beyer Blinder Belle is designing the renovation of the building. More about the renovation is at ArchPaper.

Ezra Stoller’s images of the Whitney from 1967 are at EstoStock.

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