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Publication Date: 2014-03-24


​The Whitney Biennial 2014

The Whitney Biennial has concocted a new formula for this year with three curators bringing a fresh, multi-dimensional perspective.


The Whitney Biennial is famous for presenting a varied slice of American contemporary art: artists, established and emerging, who hail from across the United States, work in media that cross genres and styles—and often bend barriers, too. This year, its 77th iteration and the last to take place in its Marcel Breuer-designed home on Madison Avenue before the Whitney’s move downtown, will be the same and different, with a trio of curators presenting the work of 103 artists and collectives, more than twice those included in 2012’s edition. By each curator claiming a floor of the building and dividing up the artwork “organically,” as Whitney curator Jay Sanders says, Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms and Michelle Grabner are injecting just enough logic into the madness.

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