Visit the Whitney Museum of American Art, now open in the Meatpacking District

Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again — the first Warhol retrospective organized in the U.S. since 1989 and the largest in terms of its scope of ideas and range of works — will be an occasion to experience and reconsider the work of one of the most inventive, influential and important American artists. And it’s happening with support from Bank of America.

“As a company serving customers and clients across the globe, Bank of America understands how the arts create meaningful connections between people, communities and culture,” said Rena De Sisto, Global Executive for Arts & Culture for Bank of America. “We are proud to be working with the Whitney Museum again and remain committed to projects like this that are born of our pledge to have a sustainable positive impact on economies and societies around the world.”

Recognizing the Whitney’s cultural importance, Bank of America’s relationship with the museum goes back more than three decades and includes leadership support when in 2015 the museum moved to its current location — nearly doubling its exhibition space. Now the bank is sponsoring this landmark Warhol exhibition which, with 350 works of art, will be the largest exhibition devoted to a signal artist yet to be presented in the Whitney’s downtown location.

The Whitney has long been an important part of New York’s cultural fabric.

Rena De sisto
Bank of America

Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again debuts at the Whitney on November 12, 2018, where it will run through March 31, 2019. Following its premiere at the Whitney, the exhibition will travel to two other American art museums, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Bank of America cardholders can visit the Whitney for free the first weekend of each month through the Bank of America’s Museums on Us program.

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