Articles of ‘Whitney Biennial’

Prying Religion, Sexuality, Self-Identity and Forensics. A Conversation with Angela Strassheim

Prying Religion, Sexuality, Self-Identity and Forensics. A Conversation with Angela Strassheim

Since 2002, Angela Strassheim’s photographs have probed female identity, family, religion, and memory with unflinching grit. Her inclusion in the 2006 Whitney Biennial: Day For Night was a break-out moment that launched her career and a media buzz about her work. Her photographic prints have been featured in half a dozen other museum [...]



Whitney Biennial 2012

Whitney Biennial 2012

Whitney Museum of American Art - New York
The First Rule of the Biennial is You Don‘t Talk About the Biennial
By Stephen Truax
It’s impossible to write a straight review of the 2012 Whitney Biennial when it is being actively picketed. One must consider the political/economic context that may occlude any effective discourse or artistic [...]



Lasting Looks? The 75th Whitney Biennial / Interview with Gary Carrión-Murayari

The 2008 Whitney Biennial had me prowling the large halls of the Park Avenue Armory and participating in a performance while sipping absinthe. The upcoming 2010 biennial promises to be less sprawling and perhaps, in tune with the economic crisis that has erupted since, a bit more sobering. It also simply might be the case [...]