On Saturday, February 5th, 2022, art lovers streamed into the Whitney Museum of American Art. A major exhibit of works by Jasper Johns was coming to a close, and folks wanted a final look. But they found something else irresistible.
by David Stone
Hudson River View, From the Whitney
Winter or summer, the floor to ceiling windows with views of the Hudson, the harbor and nearby New Jersey are ever-changing works of art.
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