The next biennial, previously slated for the spring of 2021, has now been delayed by a year due to the pandemic.
The letter, authored by three artists included in the now-canceled Collective Actions, urges the Whitney to seriously examine its practices and policies to better represent and engage with historically excluded communities.
Yesterday marked the beginning of Museum Week, an annual social media campaign that gives museums around the world the opportunity to engage with the public in a number of ways.
While some 600 works in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s collection bask in the light of the new building’s wide windows and roomy galleries, one piece is hidden within the walls.
Projects like “Exhibition on the Screen” wed the democratization of art with the preservation of its sense of immediacy — and allow those who cannot afford to travel to cities like New York or London, much less live in them, to share in the arts.