Art Exhibitions: The Whitney Museum of American Art Launches Online Resource Exploring History of The Whitney Biennial
From The Whitney:
The Whitney Museum of American Art has launched a new online resource that greatly increases the public’s access to historical information about the Whitney Biennial, the longest-running exhibition in the country to chart the latest developments in American art.
Visitors to whitney.org/biennial can now find which artists participated in each Whitney Biennial and Annual, dating back to the first edition in 1932.
Exhibition pages for select Biennials will also feature installation views and links to digitized exhibition catalogues. A full list of all of the artists who have ever been included in a Whitney Biennial links to their respective works in the Whitney’s collection, illuminating the critical role of the Biennial in building the collection with the work of living artists.
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