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The Tear Gas Biennial - Artforum International Institutional Critique, Culture Industry, Real Politics, Social Practice, Whitney Museum, New York Art, Art World, American Art
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A statement from Hannah Black, Ciarán Finlayson, and Tobi Haslett regarding Warren Kanders and the 2019 Whitney Biennial

WARREN B. KANDERS DIDN’T EARN HIS PLACE as vice chair of the board at the Whitney Museum of American Art through his good taste alone. He has also used some of his estimated $700 million fortune to make tax-deductible donations to support exhibitions at the museum. What successful enterprise has made this generosity possible? Thanks to the collective, years-long effort of activists, students, and reporters to bring everyday brutality to light, we could tell you quite a lot about Kanders’s…

Exploring the Isolations of Age, Disability, and Depression in Japan Chicano, Chief Architect, Feeling Depressed, Whitney Museum, African Diaspora, Art World, Over The Years, Puerto Rico, New Art

Eight Artists Withdraw Their Work From 2019 Whitney Biennial [UPDATED]

Korakrit Arunanondchai, Meriem Bennani, Nicole Eisenman, and Nicholas Galanin say that the museum has failed to adequately respond to the Warren Kanders controversy. Following the announcement, Eddie Arroyo, Christine Sun Kim, Agustina Woodgate, and Forensic Architecture announced their withdrawal.

Forensic Architecture Says It Has Found Bullet Linking Whitney Vice Chair to Violence in Gaza, Withdraws from Biennial Modern Portraits, Whitney Museum, Forensics, Best Artist, Bullet, Architecture, Chair, Photo Books, Visual Arts
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Forensic Architecture Says It Has Found Bullet Linking Whitney Vice Chair to Violence in Gaza, Withdraws from Biennial

"After this discovery, what may have started as the Tear Gas Biennial is now the Sierra Bullet Biennial," a Forensic Architecture researcher told Hyperallergic.

Art Workers' Coalition - Wikipedia Political Reform, Political Art, Nancy Spero, Faith Ringgold, New York School, Jewish Museum, New York Museums, Guernica, Whitney Museum
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Art Workers' Coalition

Art Workers' Coalition - Wikipedia

Patrick Radden Keefe joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss Purdue Pharma’s role in the opioid epidemic, and the public’s response in the courts. Culture Industry, Real Politics, Social Practice, Nan Goldin, Art Advisor, Tate Gallery, Pablo Escobar, Whitney Museum, New York Art
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A statement from Hannah Black, Ciarán Finlayson, and Tobi Haslett regarding Warren Kanders and the 2019 Whitney Biennial

WARREN B. KANDERS DIDN’T EARN HIS PLACE as vice chair of the board at the Whitney Museum of American Art through his good taste alone. He has also used some of his estimated $700 million fortune to make tax-deductible donations to support exhibitions at the museum. What successful enterprise has made this generosity possible? Thanks to the collective, years-long effort of activists, students, and reporters to bring everyday brutality to light, we could tell you quite a lot about Kanders’s…

Warhol (left) and Tennessee Williams (right) talking on the SS France, in the background: Paul Morrissey. - Andy Warhol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tennessee Williams, Samuel Beckett, Pop Art, High Society, Moma, Andy Warhol Museum, Illustrator, Portraits, People
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Idea Art: A Critical Anthology.

Idea Art: A Critical Anthology.

Art Workers' Coalition - Wikipedia Political Reform, Political Art, Nancy Spero, Faith Ringgold, New York School, Jewish Museum, New York Museums, Guernica, Whitney Museum
Political ReformNew York School

Art Workers' Coalition

Art Workers' Coalition - Wikipedia