Hanging out with Nighthawks

nighthawksSome works of art you simply have to explore from within to fully appreciate. In the case of Edward Hopper’s most famous work, “Nighthawks,” that goes double. Last month, New York City’s Whitney Museum of American Art made that possible.

On the ground floor of the Flatiron building, the museum installed a life-size cardboard replica of that famous scene of dapper young things hanging out at a diner, all to hype their exhibition: “Hopper Drawing.” The show, which displays more than 2,500 of the painter’s drawings, runs through Oct. 6h.


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