At the Museum of Modern Art’s $1,000-per-person Party in the Garden last week, everybody wanted to talk to the host of the evening, Glenn Lowry. But to get to MoMA’s director, well-wishers had to work around a man in a hot-pink shirt whom Mr. Lowry quizzed for most of the reception.
The man was Read More
The Business of New York
Maybe Leonard Lauder just doesn’t get out much. “Downtown is a new city,” he revealed to The Times this morning, “a new nation.”
Mr. Lauder, the Whitney Museum’s chairman and biggest benefactor, had also been the biggest roadblock to an ambitious plan to move the Whitney out of its outdated uptown home, which Read More
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is in talks to lease the Whitney Museum of Art’s building just a few blocks south, according to Artinfo, if, and most likely when, the Whitney relocates to a meatpacking district location. Neither institution could be reached for comment, but Whitney president Robert Hurst and director Adam Weinberg Read More