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The Whitney Biennial 2022 “Quiet as It’s Kept”

The Whitney Biennial 2022 “Quiet as It’s Kept”

The Whitney Biennial 2022: “Quiet as It’s Kept” is one of the best kept secrets of New York. Held every two years since 1973, this exhibition has become a museum mainstay. This year makes the 80th edition of this cultural landmark due to the postponement in 2021. This year there are 63 exhibitions.

Veronica Ryan (front) and Duane Linklater (back) at The Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.
This year’s show, is curated by the Whitney’s director of the collection David Breslin and director of curatorial affairs Adrienne Edwards and it highlights the interdisciplinary and intergenerational nature of American contemporary art to capture the complexities, hopes and challenges of the modern American art landscape.
Raven Chacon at the Whitney Biennial, New York City, 2022

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept, installation view. Pictured: Leidy Churchman, Mountains Walking, 2022. Oil on linen, handcrafted wood easel, three canvases, 6 1/2 × 13 feet each. Courtesy the artist, Rodeo, and Matthew Marks Gallery.

The show opened April 6 and runs through September 5. Textiles, installation, video and photography, telll American stories. “Mountains Walking by Leidy Churchman, breaks out of the 2-D to create new universe.

Rebecca Belmore at The Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.
The exhibit is on the first and sixth floors, for video work. The fifth floor emphasizes the natural lighting. Rebecca Belmore’s “ishkode” is a life-size sculpture of a figure covered by a sleeping bag that was then casted in clay. The sculpture stands out in a room full of digital installations.
Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.
A Gathering of The Tribes / Steve Cannon at Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.
Alia Farid at The Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.

Eric Wesley’s “North American Buff Tit,” courtesy of The Whitney Museum Biennial, NYC, 2022.

Eric Wesley’s “North American Buff Tit,”

and Lisa Alvarado’s “Vibratory Cartography: Nepantla” make impacts.

The Whitney’s Biennial is definitely a must see.

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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