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A True Protest Biennial
Artists are withdrawing from the Whitney left and right, making good on the radical politics of the show.
Whitney Biennial Artists Share Mood Boards for Their Works
What were they thinking about when they made that?
The New Whitney Biennial Made Me See Art History in a New Way
This show demonstrates unmistakably that subject matter is just as important as form.
Henry Taylor’s Wild Heart Can’t Be Broken
Even after a star turn at last year’s Whitney Biennial, the art world still wants to see the master painter as an outsider.
Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah
art and design 2017
Is Political Art the Only Art That Matters Now?
The art world is going to war with Trump. If it doesn’t shoot itself in the foot first.
Artist Defends Her Emmett Till Painting, Says It Needs Context
“I knew the risks going into this. What I didn’t realize was how bad it would look when seen out of context.”
The 2017 Whitney Biennial Is the Most Politically Charged in Decades
The first, last, and only Hillary Clinton biennial.
The Reviled Identity Politics Show That Forever Changed Art
How identity politics became for this era what Impressionism and Cubism were for theirs.
seeing out loud
Jerry Saltz on the Whitney Biennial
Careful correctness abounds.
Meet 7 Artists Showing at the Last Whitney Biennial on Madison
They will engage with the old building as they close it down.
Jerry Saltz: As Massimiliano Gioni Takes Over, New Hope for the Biennale
“It’s not beyond Gioni to do a bad show, but I’m hopeful that he won’t for several reasons.”
Video: Jerry Saltz Tours the Whitney Biennial
New York art critic Jerry Saltz walks us through the highlights.
The Whitney Biennial: Behind Eduardo Sarabia’s Tequila Bar
Is tequila art?
Opening Night at the Whitney Biennial: The Art Crowd Is Not Impressed
It was hip to be squared at last night’s opening.