The Whitney: Biennial 2019
The Whitney Biennial is a snapshot of American art-making from across the country from the past two years featuring the work of seventy-five artists and collectives working in painting, sculpture, installation, film and video, photography, performance, and sound.
For this videos series, we traveled the country from upstate New York, to Puerto Rico, to Oakland, CA and went inside the studios of five artists to see and understand what's driving their work now.
Introduced in 1932, the Biennial is the longest-running exhibition in the country to chart the latest developments in American art. Check out the Whitney’s exhibition homepage for more information on the exhibition.
Whitney Biennial 2019: Daniel Lind-Ramos - Directed by Noah Therrien
A short social media friendly edit accompanied each of the five artist films.
Whitney Biennial 2019: Kota Ezawa - Directed by Jonathan Sanden
Whitney Biennial 2019: Tomashi Jackson - Directed by Noah Therrien
Whitney Biennial 2019: Jeffrey Gibson - Directed by Jonathan Sanden
Whitney Biennial 2019: Meriem Bennani - Directed by Jonathan Sanden