Posts Tagged ‘Whitney Biennial’

Erick Swenson: A Selection of Works

Opening tomorrow evening at James Cohan Gallery in New York City is an new exhibition by American artist Erick Swenson, simply titled A Selection of Works. The collection marks the third solo show for the artist at the Cohan Gallery and will include a new large-scale sculpture, titled Ne Plus Ultra,  alongside several other works dating from 2001 through today. Ne Plus Ultra is an[.....]

BRUCENNIAL 2010: Miseducation

The self-proclaimed “most important survey of contemporary art in the world ever” opened this week in at 350 West Broadway in SoHo, New York.  The Brucennial 2010 edition, titled “Miseducation,” is presented in a 5,000 square foot space temporarily donated by the real-estate mogul and art collector Aby Rosen and supposedly “brings together 420 artists from 911 countries working in 666 discrete disciplines.”  But who’s[.....]

Interview with Storm Tharp

Inspired by movies, pop culture, fashion, and Bernini, Storm Tharp has been exhibiting his ink and gouache paintings in Portland, Oregon and Geneva, Switzerland for years. His work will be included in the 2010 biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. DailyServing’s Bean Gilsdorf recently spoke with the artist about his inclusion in the Whitney Biennial, the idea of identity[.....]

Taylor Davis

On view through this week at Horton Gallery (Sunday L.E.S.) is the exhibition boardroom no.1, featuring new sculpture by artist Taylor Davis. The exhibition marks the artist’s eleventh solo exhibition and features humble and reductive forms created of wood. Many of the works in the exhibition are in direct dialogue with object-based sculpture, minimalist installation, architecture and furniture design. For boardroom no. 1, it is[.....]

Whitney Biennial: 2010 Announced

This month, the curators from the 2010 Whitney Biennial made public their list of artists for next year’s exhibition. Similar to previous years, this biennial will feature a healthy selection of emerging artists that together represent much of what is taking place in contemporary visual art today. However, unlike other years the 2010 biennial has been scaled back to only 55 artists, as opposed to[.....]