ASL Tour:
David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy

FRI, Dec 16, 2011
6 pm

Join us for a free tour in American Sign Language of David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy, without voice interpretation. The tour begins at 7 pm, with a free pre-tour reception from 6–7 pm.

A fresh look at the work of the great American sculptor David Smith (1906–1965), Cubes and Anarchy offers new insights into the artist’s career-long involvement with geometric forms. Traditionally, the simplified geometry of Smith’s monumental Cubi and Zig sculptures of the 1960s has been seen as a departure from the Surrealist and Expressionistic tendencies of his earlier work. Cubes and Anarchy reveals the artist’s iconic late masterpieces to be continuations of his long-standing explanation of geometric abstraction. The show includes over sixty sculptures, drawings, and paintings, as well as rarely-seen sketchbooks and photographs.

Please note: we regret that complimentary tickets will no longer be available for ASL students. Museum staff/interpreters will not be able to sign student assignments.

Admission to tour and reception is free. Registration is required; RSVP to Please pick up your tickets at the check-in location in the Museum lobby.

The Museum building is accessible and has elevator access to all floors. Service animals are welcome. Learn more about access services and amenities.

The Whitney is offering free admission to furloughed Federal employees with appropriate ID.