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Whitney Biennial Twitter Tour #Recap

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

In case you missed it yesterday, WNYC and the Whitney Museum — along with nine plugged-in social-media addicts — presented a first-ever live Twitter tour of the Biennial. And as we say on Twitter: #success!

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Participate In Our Whitney Biennial Twitter Tour

Monday, March 22, 2010

We've selected our social media-addled participants. Find out who made the cut.

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Join the WhiBi Twitter Tour

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Join WNYC and the Whitney Museum of American Art for an exclusive Twitter tour of the Whitney Biennial. WNYC is teaming up with the Whitney Museum to offer a private, curator-led tour of 2010, the Whitney Biennial, on Tuesday, March 23rd.

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Whitney Biennial: Three Must-Sees

Thursday, February 25, 2010

With 55 artists spread out over five museum floors –and a raft of performances that will take place through May – the Whitney Biennial can be a mind-boggling show to absorb in one visit. Listen to my conversation with Soterios Johnson on WNYC's Morning Edition.

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Video Tour Of Dawn Clements' Studio

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Her large-scale drawings often explore interior spaces. Now, the Whitney turns the tables on the artist. Take a peek inside now.

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How Thomas Houseago's 'Baby' Was Born

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

His sculpture Baby resembles more of a giant than a small child. Plus, learn more about the inspiration behind the piece. Watch the video.

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Shoe Shopping With Artist Kate Gilmore

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

She takes us along to find the perfect pair to withstand her demanding performance at the Biennial. Watch the video for more.

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WhiBi Conversations: What Makes a Good Performance?

Monday, February 22, 2010

Vallejo Gantner suffers from performance envy. He directs a downtown theater, P.S. 122, and he's not all that happy that the museum world has become the "new cool" for seeing live art.

But is any of that art ... any good?

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Collecting Biennials: A History of the Show at the Whitney

Monday, February 22, 2010

The Whitney Biennial has become a biannual bloodsport rite among art critics who descend on the show to ponder what it could all possibly mean and lay waste to whatever it doesn't.

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WhiBi Conversations: Film and Video

Thursday, February 18, 2010

There are 12 video artists in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, and they are all tucked away on the third floor. A better way to see video art?  Or an easier way to avoid it?

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WhiBi Conversations: Less is More

Thursday, February 18, 2010

It will be easier for individual artist to stand out in this year's Whitney Biennial, because there are only 55 artists in it. It's one of the smallest biennials in Whitney history.

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The Whitney Biennial Strikes a Pose

Monday, February 01, 2010

Get a sneak peek of the Whitney Biennial with a short film by artist Rashaad Newsome. Here, dancers explain what it takes to be a Vogue performer. Watch the video.

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The Whitney Highlights Aki Sasamoto

Monday, January 25, 2010

During the Biennial, Sasamoto will perform alongside her sculptures. In this short video, produced by the Whitney, she talks about tubes and dreams.

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Behind the Scenes at the Biennial : Ari Marcopoulos

Monday, January 25, 2010

Watch this video game within a video from the Whitney, featuring artist Ari Marcopolous.

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