My Biennial Favorites

Whitney Biennial

The Whitney Biennial has been a regular part of the exhibition schedule at the Whitney Museum of American Art since 1932. It features works from the previous two years. The Biennial is considered a barometer of the current trends in art in America.

The 2019 Biennial opened today and will remain on display until Sept. 22. This year’s exhibit shows a focus on diversity, social commentary and realism. Here are some of my favorite pieces. This is a small sampling of the 75 artists included in the Biennial.

Los Angeles Painting
Los Angeles Painting, Calvin Marcus, 2018
Half Street
Half Street, Martine Syms
Untitled, Curran Hatleberg
Untitled, Curran Hatleberg, 2016
Incoming, Keegan Monaghan
Incoming, Keegan Monaghan, 2016-17
5825 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33137
5825 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33137, Eddie Arroyo, 2017
A Lesson in Longing
A Lesson in Longing, Jennifer Packer, 2019
Sit some to the side for the shell end
Sit some to the side for the shell end, Walter Price, 2018
Untitled (Don't Tread on Me)
Untitled (Don’t Tread on Me), Pat Phillips, 2019
Born Athlete American: Simone Biles
Born Athlete American: Simone Biles, Jeanette Mundt, 2017
Untitled, Marlon Mullen
Untitled, Marlon Mullen, 2018
The Woman is King (Mary and Marlene)
The Woman is King (Mary and Marlene), Tomashi Jackson, 2019

Procession, Nicole Eisenman, 2019

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4 Responses to My Biennial Favorites

  1. Donna Janke says:

    What an interesting collection. There is a lot going on and to think about in the samples here, so I imagine it would take some time to go through the entire exhibition. I think my personal favourite of the samples you’ve shown is The Woman is King.

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  2. Interesting, especially the last one–quite thought provoking piece.

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  3. Great pieces. Thanks for sharing! It makes me want to go out and take some photos.

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