Whitney Biennial 2014

With its reputation as a career-maker for emerging artists and an affirmation for established artists, the Whitney Biennial is a landmark exhibition that every two years explores the question “What is contemporary art in the United States now?” This year, in its 77th edition and final year in the Marcel Breuer building, the show is revitalized with a bold new curatorial approach and includes over 100 artists, collectives, and performers. On view March 7–May 25, 2014.

Meet the Curators
Second Floor
Anthony Elms
Third Floor
Stuart Comer
Fourth Floor
Michelle Grabner
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Selected Whitney Biennial Artists
Terry Adkins
Etel Adnan
Alma Allen
Ei Arakawa
Uri Aran
Robert Ashley and Alex Waterman
Michel Auder
Lisa Anne Auerbach
Dawoud Bey
Jennifer Bornstein
Elijah Burgher
Sarah Charlesworth
David Diao
Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst
Jimmie Durham
Morgan Fisher
Louise Fishman
Gaylen Gerber with David Hammons, Sherrie Levine, and Trevor Shimizu
Joseph Grigely
Karl Haendel
Sheila Hicks
Susan Howe
Shio Kusaka
Zoe Leonard
Tony Lewis
Shana Lutker
Dashiell Manley
Keith Mayerson
Suzanne McClelland
Bjarne Melgaard
Rebecca Morris
My Barbarian
Dona Nelson
Ken Okiishi
Laura Owens
Charlemagne Palestine
Sterling Ruby
Jacolby Satterwhite
Peter Schuyff
Emily Sundblad
Allan Sekula
Amy Sillman
Tony Tasset
Charline von Heyl
Dan Walsh
Donelle Woolford
Molly Zuckerman-Hartung
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