The Whitney Biennial, On A Budget
The NYTimes recently reviewed the Whitney Biennial, which opened last Tuesday night. This is one of the smallest Biennails in decades- featuring 55 artists contained within the museum, rather than the near 100 who usually show and who’s work would also spill into Armory. The theme this year was simply “2010,” and the work- perhaps reflecting the budget of the show was without spectical. The Times described much of the video work as “solid and strong,” and reports there’s much “abstract painting, performance and political art that isn’t beauty adverse. “We’re drawn to this ink on paper piece by Charles Ray, and excited to view the work of Blogue favorite and NYC artist, Aurel Schmidt. Budget or not, 6 floors of contemporary art are worth going to see. The Biennial is on view until May. See more after the jump.
Via: The NYTimes