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Press FAQ


Can I gain entry to the museum with my press ID/credentials or do I need a press card?
Please fill out and submit this form for press tickets.

I am a member of the press interested in speaking to a Whitney representative about the museum/the collection/a current exhibition/other. How do I obtain an interview with an appropriate person?
Send your request to the Press Office.

Photography and Filming

How do I obtain high-resolution publicity images?
Accredited media are permitted to download images from the Press website. When you arrive at this page you will be asked to create a user account and to submit an online request for access to approved images.

Can I hold a film or photograph shoot in the Museum?
All film and photo shoot requests must be approved in advance by the Press Office before they can be scheduled. Please send your request to the Press Office, and include in your request a description of the proposed shoot, the desired museum spaces or exhibits, an estimate of the size of the crew, and an estimate of the amount of time the shoot will take. News coverage that centers on current exhibitions and the Whitney collection will be given priority. All film or photography shoots must comply with the Museum’s photo guidelines and are subject to a location fee, reimbursement of costs, and the terms and conditions in the Museums’ standard Location Agreement.

Submit a Filming Request

How do I obtain images of past exhibitions?
Please see the Images and Permissions page.

Whitney Collection and Exhibitions

How can I learn more about the Whitney’s collection?
Please refer to the searchable database of collection artists and collection highlights.

Where can I get information on future exhibitions at the Whitney?
Please refer to the Advance Exhibition Schedule.



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