the whitney biennial shows the fragmented state of the american political climate
The artists featured are more diverse than ever, but a looming sense of resignation underscores just how fraught with politics the museum is right now.
artist raúl de nieves on high heels, haribo, and the ritual of craft
The Mexico-born artist turned salvaged shoes and bulk plastic beads into the Whitney Biennial's most stunning installation.
artists are protesting at their own whitney biennial installation
Occupy Museums is speaking out against rising art student debt and the corporations who profit from it.
a timeline of the dana schutz emmett till painting controversy
A painting at the Whitney Biennial has sparked a fierce debate about race and cultural ownership.
7 things you can’t miss at the 2017 whitney biennial
The 78th edition of the American art behemoth exists in a turbulent political climate, but navigates it with a sense of future progress. From trippy inception mirror mazes addressing economic discrepancy to magical beaded sculptures presenting chaos as...
katie stout is bushwick's martha stewart
After collaborating with Bjarne Melgaard for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, and a season on Ellen DeGeneres’s reality TV show, the Brooklyn-based artist is figuring out her next move.