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Wed, May 14, 2014

The New Whitney
Opens May 1, 2015

Events

Michelle Grabner: Film and Video Selections
2014 Biennial Film & Video Screenings

Michelle Grabner, who curated the Museum’s fourth floor galleries for the 2014 Biennial, presents a selection of film and video. Works by Emily SundbladJeff GibsonRochelle Feinstein, Jonn Herschend, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, and Chris Larson will screen on a continuous loop.

May 14–25
Films screen on continuous loop during Museum Hours.

Free with Museum admission. No special tickets or reservations are required.

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Michelle Grabner: Film and Video Selections
12:30 PM
3:30 PM
Free Daily Tours
Whitney Biennial 2014:Fourth Floor

12:30 PM

3:30 PM

Free Daily Tours
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Whitney Biennial 2014:Fourth Floor
12 PM
Anne & Joel Ehrenkranz Gallery, Museum Lobby
2014 Biennial
Kevin Beasley

Kevin Beasley

12 PM

12 PM

2014 Biennial

Kevin Beasley’s installation in the Lobby Gallery will bring together his sculptures with his sound work. Three times during the week, Beasley will “activate” the sound-sculptures, letting the natural sounds of the Museum be amplified and distorted through his movements and actions.

May 14
12 pm

May 16*
10 pm

May 17
3 pm

Free with Museum admission. No special tickets or reservations are required.

*On May 16, the Museum galleries and lobby will close at 9 pm. The Lobby Gallery will reopen at 9:45 for this performance.

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Whitney Biennial 2014
Kevin Beasley
12:30 PM
Free Daily Tours
American Legends: From Calder to O'Keeffe
11:30 AM
2:30 PM
Free Daily Tours
Whitney Biennial 2014:Third Floor

Whitney Biennial 2014:
Third Floor

11:30 AM, 2:30 PM

11:30 AM

2:30 PM

Free Daily Tours
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Whitney Biennial 2014:Third Floor
1:30 PM
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Whitney Biennial 2014:Second Floor

1:30 PM

Free Daily Tours
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Whitney Biennial 2014:Second Floor
6:30 PM
Whitney Museum Second Floor (Kaufman Astoria Studios Film and Video Gallery)
Public Programs
Seminars with Artists:Susan Howe

6:30 PM

Public Programs

From 1969 to 2004, the Whitney’s Seminars with Artists program offered notable American artists the opportunity to discuss their practices informally with an intimate and diverse audience. This spring, the Whitney Education Department is pleased to collaborate with the Center for Experimental Lectures to re-launch and re-imagine this historic series by inviting Biennial artists to present public lectures that creatively explore the research and concepts underpinning their work. 

This evening, Biennial artist Susan Howe presents a lecture and seminar that engages her interest in the “telepathy of archives."

Seminars with Artists is organized by the Education Department in collaboration with Gordon Hall, Director of the Center for Experimental Lectures.

This hour-long public program will be followed by a 90-minute seminar for registered participants.

Lecture
Admission: $8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students. This program is free for members but advance registration is required by emailing memberinfo@whitney.org with your name and membership number.

Seminar
Seminar participation is highly limited and by registration only, using this form. Those wishing to register for the seminar are required to purchase a ticket to the program. Participation in the seminar is at no additional cost.

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Whitney Biennial 2014
Tickets
Seminars with Artists:Susan Howe

Exhibitions

Whitney Biennial 2014
Mar 7–May 25, 2014
American Legends: From Calder to O'Keeffe
Dec 22, 2012–Jun 29, 2014