biennial

Here is a preview look at the 2010 Whitney Biennial that is scheduled to commence next week on the 25th of February. Currently in it’s 75th year, the Whitney Biennial has been one of the leading biennials celebrating American contemporary art since 1932. The 2010 show will be curated by Francesco Bonami (Curator of 2003 Venice Biennale)  and Gary Carrion-Murayari. Featuring a very impressive line-up of contemporary artists (listed below), the biennial will be on show from February 25th – May 30, 2010. Mark this down on your calendar, as this is an event you definitely don’t want to miss. Take a look at the video below of an interview with Francesco Bonami and Gary Carrion-Murayari on what the show means and the artists included.

The 2010 line-up includes David Adamo, Richard Aldrich, Michael Asher, Joe Bun Keo, Tauba Auerbach, Nina Berman, Huma Bhabha, Josh Brand, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, James Casebere, Edgar Cleijne and Ellen Gallagher, Dawn Clements, George Condo, Sarah Crowner, Verne Dawson, Julia Fish, Roland Flexner, Suzan Frecon, Maureen Gallace, Theaster Gates, Kate Gilmore, Hannah Greely, Jesse Aron Green, Robert Grosvenor, Sharon Hayes, Thomas Houseago, Alex Hubbard, Jessica Jackson Hutchins,Jeffrey Inaba ,Martin Kersels, Jim Lutes, Babette Mangolte, Curtis Mann, Ari Marcopoulos, Daniel McDonald, Josephine Meckseper, Rashaad Newsome, Kelly Nipper, Lorraine O’Grady, R.H. Quaytman, Charles Ray, Emily Roysdon, Aki Sasamoto, Aurel Schmidt, Scott Short, Stephanie Sinclair, Ania Soliman, Storm Tharp, Tam Tran, Kerry Tribe, Piotr Uklański, Lesley Vance, Marianne Vitale, Erika Vogt, Pae White, Robert Williams.

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