Day's End at The Whitney Museum Model

Day's End at The Whitney Museum Model

New York
United States

“Day’s End,” by American artist David Hammons, at Pier 52 (also known as Gansevoort Peninsula) in New York City pays homage to deconstructionist Gordon Matta-Clark who, in 1975, cut five openings into the shed that formerly occupied the site.

Client: Whitney Museum of American Art

Artist: David Hammons

Structural Engineer: Guy Nordenson and Associates

Construction and General Contractor: Hunter Roberts Construction Group 

Steel Fabricator: Mariani Metal Fabricators Ltd.

Day's End at The Whitney Museum Model
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