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Becoming American

Floor 8, Hurst Family Galleries

As part of his contribution to the Whitney Biennial 2022, artist Rayyane Tabet has installed the questions for the U.S. naturalization exam in unexpected places throughout the Museum. Taken out of context and presented without their official answers, these phrases invite us to think critically about concepts like citizenship and nationality. For these in-gallery tours inspired by the work, visitors are invited to join a Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow to consider fundamental questions of United States history, government, and civic participation in dialogue with the Whitney’s institutional history through its collection and architecture.

Friday, April 29
5 pm

Friday, May 20
5 pm

Friday, June 17
5 pm

Friday, July 29
5 pm

Friday, August 19
5 pm

Free with Museum admission.

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Sunrise

Sunset

A 30-second online art project:
Sara Ludy, Tumbleweeds

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Learn more about Sunrise/Sunset on whitney.org