Whitney 2006 Listing Service

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Who we saw at the Whitney Biennial who we’ve seen before:


Peter Doig goes all Gauguin on us at the Whitney

At the Carnegie International we saw:
Trisha Donnelly – video and drawings
Paul Chan -video
Peter Doig – painting
Mark Grotjahn – painting


Liz Larner’s RWBs of aluminum tubing, batting, fabric, ribbons, wire rope padlocks and keys

At the ICA now
Mark Grotjahn – painting
Liz Larner -sculpture/installation


untitled by Troy Brauntuch, conte crayon on cotton

At the ICA previously
Rodney Graham – video
Troy Brauntuch – drawing
Peter Doig – painting


here’s Zoe Strauss, barely visible in her slide-projection chamber, below one of her images

At the ICA soon, not to mention under I-95
Zoe Strauss — photography/installation


a Mark Bradford collage on canvas

At the FWM in Swarm and previously
Mark Bradford – painting and collage
Francesco Vezzoli – video/film
Kori Newkirk – sculpture/installation


Robert A. Pruitt’s conte crayon on butcher paper All Day I Dream about Senegal

Studio Museum in Harlem
Robert A. Pruitt – drawing/sculpture


Natalie Jeremijenko, who is obsessed with the behavior of birds, offers this video of humans swarming, a detail from her Hudson River School 2.0…for the birds, done with Phil Taylor of the Inverse Bureau of Technology

Mass MOCA
Natalie Jeremijenko (and good fit for Swarm) – installation


a Daniel Johnston cartoon
Space 1026
Daniel Johnston – drawings

And of course there were people who you know and we know and ok already (e.g., Maurizio Cattelan, Tony Oursler, Richard Serra, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Mark di Suvero and the 200-contributor Peace Tower”).

Tags

daniel johnston, liz larner, mark bradford, natalie jeremijenko, peter doig, robert a. pruitt, troy brauntuch, whitney museum, zoe strauss

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