For the eagerly awaited first Biennial of the new millennium, the Whitney has assembled a versatile team of curators from around the nation to select and invite the participating artists. Once again, the Whitney will help to establish a critical perspective on the latest creative achievements by American artists.
250 illustrations, 150 in full color, 9 x 10 1/2"
MAXWELL L. ANDERSON is director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; MICHAEL G. AUPING is chief curator, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; VALERIE CASSEL is director of the Visiting Artists Program, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; HUGH DAVIES is director, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; JANE FARVER is director of the List Visual Arts Center at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts; ANDREA MILLER-KELLER is an independent curator based in Hartford, Connecticut; and LAWRENCE R. RINDER is director, CCAC Institute, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco and Oakland.
EXHIBITION SCHEDULE Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkMar. 23-June 4, 2000
About: A Whitney Museum of American Art Book Since 1932, the Whitney Museum's Biennial Exhibitions have counted among the milestones in the history of American art and have played a leading role in presenting vanguard developments in art to the general public.
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