The Whitney Museum’s New Home

CONTROL GROUP | From left: Carter E. Foster, Dana Miller, Donna De Salvo, Adam D. Weinberg and Scott Rothkopf in one of the soon-to-open galleries designed by architect Renzo Piano.

FOR THE PAST YEAR or so, four curators from the Whitney Museum of American Art have spent nearly every day poring over a dollhouse-size architectural model of the museum’s soon-to-open new home in New York City’s Meatpacking District. The miniature walls hold tiny maquettes of famous artworks—a Jasper Johns taped here, a

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