Volunteer with us
Help us welcome our first visitors to the new Whitney.Apply now
In this Whitney Stories video, choreographer Sarah Michelson discusses the questions at the root of her Devotion series, including her role as choreographer, her relationship to dance and its history, and the way the work is intimately tied to the site where it’s performed.
More from Whitney Biennial 2012
On the twentieth anniversary of Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art, curator Thelma Golden speaks about the exhibition and its afterlives in conversation with the writer Hilton Als and the art historian and critic Huey Copeland.
Artist Lize Mogel tells the story of emigrant scientist Wilhelm Reich, whose controversial research papers were destroyed by the Federal government at the Gansevoort Destructor Plant, located down the street from the new Whitney.