Whitney Biennial

March 10, 2014, 11:38pm

Whitney Biennial 2014

Finally, from my trip to NYC this weekend, my visit to the Whitney. I'm no critic, that is for sure. I have opinions but I'm not in a position to tell you what's good and what's bad. I can only show you what I liked, and highlight some pieces for you in case you can't make it. However, I will say that I found the Biennial a bit overcrowded with work. There was just too much. I think less is more, but look at some of the installation shots and see if you agree. Oh, and it was almost 80 degrees on the 4th floor, and I have evidence, so if you come across a shot of a thermostat, that wasn't a work of art. - Andrew Katz, Associate Publisher

Check out all of the photos that I took of the Whitney Biennial on our Flickr page.

Molly Zuckerman-Hartung (NAP #95)

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April 20, 2012, 10:00am

James Kalm Presents Forrest Bess at Christie's and Whitney (VIDEO)

We are pleased to present a new video from James Kalm, aka the painter Loren Munk. In this installment, James provides "...this program for hard-core Forrest Bess fans only. As one of the most mythic and eccentric American painters of the Twentieth Century, Forrest Bess (1911-1977) exerts a force over contemporary art that is hard to measure. Working in isolation and on a small scale, he was nonetheless able to garner the attentions of critical and art world heavyweights.

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March 15, 2012, 8:15am

Photos from the Whitney Biennial

As promised, we've posted some of our photos from our trip to the Whitney Biennial. There were many highlights, but we captured some of our favorite artists/pieces. If you went, let us know what you thought about the exhibition in our comments section. More pictures after the jump!

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