Whitney biennial: 2000 biennial exhibition
Whitney Museum of American Art, 2000 - Architecture - 272 pages
Since 1932, the Whitney Museum's Biennial Exhibitions have counted among the milestones in the history of American art and have played a leading role in presenting vanguard developments in art to the general public. Countless prominent artists have made their museum debut at these diverse surveys of painting, sculpture, works on paper, film and video, performance, and installation.
For the eagerly awaited first Biennial of the new millennium, the Whitney has assembled a versatile team of curators from around the nation to select and invite the participating artists. Once again, the Whitney will help to establish a critical perspective on the latest creative achievements by American artists.
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Whitney biennial exhibitions are often boisterous, unruly arrangements of sound, color, and light. The 2002 biennial is no exception, encompassing over 100 artists working in film, video, computer ... Read full review