Members of the research group say their “Triple-Chaser” video at the Whitney Biennial is part of an ongoing investigation into violence at the Israeli-Palestinian border.
A documentary at the 79th Whitney Biennial may detail horrors funded by the Whitney’s own chairperson Warren Kanders, but don’t applaud the museum for the self-criticism.
One protestor promised, “If you take peace from the people, we take peace from you.”
An altered replica of the Whitney Museum’s spring guide, released by the collective (D)IRT, was created in an effort to educate museum visitors about the Whitney’s relationship to gentrification, diversity, and controversies surrounding its board.
The artist shares his thoughts on museums, power, art, and ideology.
Intellectual dispassion trumps emotional engagement at the latest edition of the Whitney Biennial.
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The research group looks into the potential use of Sierra Bullets-manufactured bullets in Gaza, which prompted a response from the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.
The protesters occupied the C subway line from East New York to Chelsea, and were confronted with large police forces at the final stop. One protester was arrested.
The students drew parallels and connections between the museum’s board of trustee’s vice chair and other board members at their universities
Director Sky Hopinka talks to Hyperallergic about depicting language and landscape in his shorts.
“The Whitney is being funded by war waged on our homeland,” one protester said.