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Art Diary

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept

1 April 2022

Planning for this year’s Whitney began in 2019 – before the pandemic, the protests about the murder of George Floyd or the 2020 US election – so it seems fitting that the final product exists in a state of flux, with displays changing throughout the run; modifications will be made once a month to installations by Ralph Lemon and Pan Houa Her, for instance, while Jason Rhoades sculptural installation Sutter’s Mill will be taken down and reconstructed every Friday. Curated by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards and featuring 63 artists and collectives, the exhibition looks particularly at the idea of borders, and how they pertain to American identities past and present.  Find out more on the Whitney Biennial 2022 website. 

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Fascination (c. 2020), Jane Dickson. Photo: © Jacob Tran

Fascination (2020), Jane Dickson. Photo: © Jacob Tran

Prototype for ishkode (fire) (2021), Rebecca Belmore. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: © Henri Robideau

Sketches for installation of Death of A

Sketches for installation of Death of A (2021), Kandis Williams. Photo courtesy of the artist

La Horda (The horde),(detail; c. 2020), Andrew Roberts. Courtesy of Mauricio Galguera. Photo: Sergio López

La Horda (The horde) (2020), Andrew Roberts. Photo: Sergio López; courtesy of Mauricio Galguera.