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36 Hours of Koons

Events // Oct 15, 2014

Jeff KoonsCreditCourtesy of Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times

Marking the end of a celebrated era at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the museum’s acclaimed Jeff Koons‘ exhibit is preparing to end it’s four-month-long run this weekend. Entitled The Retrospective, the popular showcase has attracted tens of thousands of visitors, which features almost 150 of his most prolific works. To celebrate the conclusion of this series, the Whitney will be hosting “36 Hours of Koons” from October 18th to the 19th, a culmination of the final 36 hours of the exhibition, prior to the opening of its new building downtown. “This will not only give more people an opportunity to see the Koons retrospective, it’s also a chance for some to say goodbye to the Breuer building as it was,” says Adam D. Weinberg, director of the Whitney.

To purchase tickets, please visit the Whitney’s ticketing page here.