A collection of works by Edward Hopper, curated under the theme of "New York." 60 years (1908-1967) during which New York underwent dramatic changes to become a world-class metropolis. Based in this city, his paintings were not of famous landmarks, but of everyday scenes set in inconspicuous street corners and buildings. Hopper's works, which developed a unique urban style while capturing the conflict between old and new that arises in urbanized life and the perplexity of the times when "public and private" intersect, are exhibited in the extensive collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Look back in the archive.
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