2001-2011: Whitney Museum’s Rotating Cast of Top Event Designers 

By Anna Sekula August 30, 2011, 8:45 AM EDT

Photo: Alison Zavos for BizBash

From a 200-foot-long meadow of plants adorning an entire wall to neon tabletop centerpieces created by artist Richard Tuttle, there’s never been a dull decor statement at the fall benefit hosted by the Whitney Museum of American Art. That’s largely due to the fact that the responsibility for the event’s design has changed hands many times. Indeed, some of the industry’s biggest designers have masterminded the look of the art institution’s big fund-raiser, more often than not drawing inspiration from an artist or current exhibition to transform one of its floors.

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