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Whitney Biennial 2102 -- Take a Sneak Peek

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The 76th Annual Whitney Biennial returns this Thursday, March 1st with sculpture, painting, installations, photography, dance, theater and music filling the museum's galleries for nearly three months.  Moreover, for the first time, the entire fourth floor will be reserved for rotating performances and events.   

Curated by Elisabeth Sussman and Jay Sanders, the Biennial features works that looks at "the breakdown of boundaries between art forms."  Pieces include paintings and archival materials by Forrest Bess (a painter/fisherman who theorized about the unification of the two genders, which led him to perform surgery on his own genitals that made him a semi-hermaphrodite); a multimedia installation by Werner Herzog that combines etchings from Dutch landscape painter/printmaker Hercules Segers and music by Ernst Reijeseger; and dance pieces by British choreographer/dancer Michael Clark.


Take a peek at some of the art on display below:



Thom Andersen, Still from Get Out of the Car, 2010

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Charles Atlas, Still from Turning (live mix) with Antony and the Johnsons, 2004

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Moyra Davey, Darling, 2011

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Latoya Ruby Frazier, Corporate Exploitation and Economic Inequality!, 2011

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Jerome Hiler, Still from Words of Mercury, 2011

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Mike Kelley, The Mobile Homestead in front of the abandoned Detroit Central Train Station, 2010

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Laida Lertxundi, Still from Cry When It Happens, 2010

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Kate Levant, hive.tangle.jpg, 2011

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Sam Lewitt, Untitled (material for Fluid Employment), 2012

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Andrew Masullo, 5030, 2008-10

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Nick Mauss, Material Studies, 2008-11 (detail)

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Michael Robinson, Still from These Hammers Don't Hurt Us, 2010

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Wu Tsang, Production still from WILDNESS, 2012 (in progress)

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Frederick Wiseman, Still from Boxing Gym, 2010

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Matt Hoyt, Component Object, 2010

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Gisèle Vienne with Dennis Cooper, LAST SPRING: A Prequel, 2011

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Elaine Reichek, Ariadne's Lament, 2009 (detail)

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