Art In America

The Breuer Effect

In 1966, A.i.A. devoted four articles in its September-October issue to the then-new Whitney Museum designed by Marcel Breuer. Architectural historian Timothy M. Rohan discusses the views of our writers, who characterized the massive building as a...

From the Archives: How the Museum Works

Tomorrow, the Met Breuer opens to the public. The Metropolitan Museum of Art holds an eight-year lease on the building that Marcel Breuer originally designed for the Whitney Museum, which first opened its doors in 1966. In early responses to the Met...

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