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Member Night, August 3, 2016. Photograph © Matthew Carasella Photography
Member Events: Friend, Patron, Circle, Fellow, Sponsor, and Contemporaries members
7–10 PM
Asad Raza, Root sequence. Mother tongue, 2017 (installation view). Photograph © Matthew Carasella Photography
Member Events: Learning Series members in the Curate Your Own Membership program
11:30 AM–12:30 PM
Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida, CC5 Hendrix-War, 1973 (installation view, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2010–2011). Slide series, hammocks, and soundtrack. César and Claudio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro and Neville D’Almeida. © César and Claudio Oiticica, and Neville D’Almeida
Member Events: Patron, Circle, Fellow, and Sponsor members
4–5:30 PM
View of the Whitney’s terrace at night. Photograph by Ed Lederman
Circle: Circle, Fellow, Sponsor, and Contemporaries Patron members
7:30–10 PM
View of the Whitney’s terrace at night. Photograph by Ed Lederman
Member Events: Friend, Patron, and Contemporaries members
8–10 PM
Alexander Calder (1898–1976), Red Panel, c. 1936. Plywood, sheet metal, rod, string, and paint, 48 x 30 x 24 in. (121.9 x 76.2 x 61 cm). Calder Foundation, New York / Art Rsource, NY © ARS, NY. Photograph by Jimi Billingsley. 
Member Events: Patron, Circle, Fellow, and Sponsor members
6:45–8:15 PM
Member Night, August 3, 2016. Photograph © Matthew Carasella Photography
Member Events: Friend, Patron, Circle, Fellow, Sponsor, and Contemporaries members
7–10 PM
Asad Raza, Root sequence. Mother tongue, 2017 (installation view). Photograph © Matthew Carasella Photography
Member Events: Learning Series members in the Curate Your Own Membership program
4:30–5:30 PM
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A Marisol sculpture of three women, a child, and a dog
A Lorna Simpson photograph of a woman's back
A red, abstract painting by Alma Thomas
A painting of Jack Dempsey and Luis Firpo by George Bellows
Two works by Mike Kelley, a blanket with stuffed toys and a pedestal with wax candles
An abstract work by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans

The Whitney’s collection contains some of the most significant and exciting work created by artists in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.