The artist imagines a future in which an Antarctic ice sheet has broken, resulting in a catastrophic sea-level rise.
The inaugural exhibition at the new Whitney Museum is not perfect, but it is pretty damn good.
The New Museum’s third triennial, Surround Audience, is not nearly as immersive as its title suggests, and it sabotages many of the most conventional two-dimensional and sculptural works on view.
Josh Kline’s work takes the viewer into the uncanny valley. The two centerpieces of his exhibition QUALITY OF LIFE at 47 Canal show actors playing Kurt Cobain and Whitney Houston, interviewed as if they were alive today.