The Complicated Process of Installing Eva Hesse's 1969 No Title at the New Whitney

Last month, The Whitney Museum of American Art opened up their brand new building in the Meatpacking District to the public.

To help people get acclimated to their new home and neighborhood, the museum started a Whitney Focus series of videos where senior staff members and artists talk about the process of moving and setting it up.

In this episode, Curator Dana Miller talks about the challenges associated with moving and re-installing the 1969 untitled rope piece by sculptor Eva Hesse.

Videographer Pierce Jackson captures Dana Miller, Curator, Permanent Collection, Joshua Rosenblatt, Head Preparator, and staff, installing No Title, 1969 by Eva Hesse, which is currently on view in the inaugural exhibition America Is Hard to See.

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