The Whitney museum of american art, new york, ny

Opened in May, 2015, New York City's new Whitney Museum of American Art, designed by The Renzo Piano Design Workshop and Cooper Robertson Architects, features over 60,000 square feet of Hudson Company Reclaimed Heart Pine [Chalk Finish] wood flooring. You can learn more about how the Heart Pine for the new Whitney Museum was reclaimed and milled by The Hudson Company here.

All photos by Martin Hyers for The Hudson Company, taken from the new Whitney Museum's inaugural exhibition: America Is Hard to See ( May 1 - September 27, 2015), New York, N.Y. Images used with kind permission of The Whitney Museum (see below for more details).

Photo Details: Image 1: Installation view, 5th floor,  America Is Hard to See ( May 1—September 27, 2015), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Image 2: Installation view, 5th floor,  America Is Hard to See ( May 1—September 27, 2015), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Left to Right: Donald Moffett; Nam June Paik; Peter Halley; Charles Ray and David Salle. Image 3: Installation view, 6th floor,  America Is Hard to See ( May 1—September 27, 2015), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Left to right:  Alvin Loving, John McCracken and Thomas Downing. Image 4: Installation view, 6th floor,  America Is Hard to See ( May 1—September 27, 2015), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Left to right:  Jo Baer, Agnes Martin, Ad Reinhardt and John McLaughlin. Image 5: Installation view, 6th floor,  America Is Hard to See ( May 1—September 27, 2015), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Left to right: Cy Twombly, Alma Thomas and Elizabeth Murray. Image 6: Ellsworth Kelly, Whites, 1963, painted aluminum Whitney Museum 68.47a-b, copyright Ellsworth Kelly. Image 7: Robert Gober, Untitled, 1991, wax, cloth, wood, leather and human hair, Whitney Museum92.6© 1991 Robert Gober, Image 8: Jonathan Borofsky, Running People at 2,616,216, (1978-1979), latex paint on wall, Whitney Museum 84.43.