Whitney Biennial 2019

The Whitney Biennial takes place this May through September, featuring many Yale alumni. According to the Museum:

The Whitney Biennial is an unmissable event for anyone interested in finding out what’s happening in art today. Curators Jane Panetta and Rujeko Hockley have been visiting artists over the past year in search of the most important and relevant work. Featuring seventy-five artists and collectives working in painting, sculpture, installation, film and video, photography, performance, and sound, the 2019 Biennial takes the pulse of the contemporary artistic moment. Introduced by the Museum’s founder Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1932, the Biennial is the longest-running exhibition in the country to chart the latest developments in American art.

The Biennial features the following alumni: John Edmonds MFA’16, Curran Hatleberg MFA’10, Tomashi Jackson MFA’16, Eric N. Mack MFA’12, Troy Michie MFA’11. Wangechi Mutu MFA’00. Jennifer Packer MFA’12, and Elle Pérez MFA’15.

For more information, visit the Whitney Museum’s website, linked below. The featured image is John Edmonds’s The Villain.