Road Trip: New Edward Hopper exhibition at the Whitney Museum

The Whitney Museum has unveiled an exhibition dedicated to the renowned 20th century painter Edward Hopper.
The new exhibition showcases the artist’s work depicting life in New York City during the early to middle 1900s.
The display titled “Edward Hopper's New York” features over 200 paintings, short films and drawings reflecting his life and imagination.
"In this exhibition, we're really showing his visions of New York, but in a way that was always distinct from his contemporaries,” said museum curator Kim Conaty.
The exhibition includes some work that has never been on public display, allowing visitors to see Hopper like they’ve never seen him before.
It is scheduled to run until March.