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A Whitney Weekend - The 2017 Whitney Biennial

Norma Newton

Credit: Raúl De Nieves,  beginning & the end neither & the otherwise betwixt & between the end is the beginning & the end , 2017. Matthew Carasella/The Whitney Museum

Credit: Raúl De Nieves, beginning & the end neither & the otherwise betwixt & between the end is the beginning & the end, 2017. Matthew Carasella/The Whitney Museum

   Although it’s only Thursday, the weekend will be here in no time.  If you are looking for a fun activity and live near New York City, we recommend you visit the Whitney Museum’s 2017 Biennial (March 17 - June 11, 2017).  Co-curators Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks have gathered sixty-three artists, ranging from emerging to established, for this exhibition.  Among the key themes explored in the Biennial are the formation of self and the individual’s place in a turbulent society.  Hello, how relevant is this examination given today’s environment?  Don’t miss the opportunity to witness how cutting edge artists examine and interpret these topics.

Credit: Larry Bell,  Pacific Red II . Photography by Julian Cassady

Credit: Larry Bell, Pacific Red II. Photography by Julian Cassady

Credit: PostCommodity, still from  A Very Long Line , 2016. Via Whitney Museum

Credit: PostCommodity, still from A Very Long Line, 2016. Via Whitney Museum