14 MAR 17 | One Takes

Whitney Biennial 2017 - In Pictures

Opening this Friday, a first look at the 78th edition, curated by Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks

14 MAR 17 in One Takes

Whitney Biennial 2017, installation view, press preview. All photographs: Daniel Terna
Works by Kaya (foreground), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York; On Stellar Rays, New York; Meyer Kainer, Vienna; and Deborah Schamoni, Munich
Works by Raúl De Nieves, Whitney Biennial 2017, installation view
Ajay Kurian, Childermass, 2017 (detail), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017
Whitney Biennial 2017, installation view
Whitney Biennial 2017, installation view
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Fall with Me for a Million Days (My sweet waterfall) and Closing Party (Hit the North), both 2016, installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017
Whitney Biennial 2017, during the press preview
Works by Lyle Ashton Harris, Once (Now) Again, 2017, installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017
Works by Carrie Moyer (background) and Jessi Reaves (foreground), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: DC Moore Gallery, New York and Bridget Donahue, New York
Works by John Riepenhoff, installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Marlborough Contemporary, New York
John Kessler, Evolution, 2016 (foreground), Dana Scutz, Shame, 2016, (background), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Salon 94, New York; Petzel Gallery, New York and Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin
Pope.L, Claim (Whitney Version), 2017 (foreground), exhibition view, Whitney Biennial 2017
Jessi Reaves, Ottoman with Parked Chairs, 2017 (foreground), works by Frances Stark (background), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Bridget Donahue, New York; Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
GCC, Local police find fruit with Spells, 2017, installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York and Project Native Informant, London
Rafa Esparza, Figure Ground: Beyond the White Field, 2017 (with works by Beatriz Cortez, Joe Jiménez, Dorian Ulises López Macías, Eamon Ore-Giron, Gala Porras-Kim), installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Commonwealth & Council, Los Angeles and LABOR, Mexico City
Works by Tala Madani. Courtesy: Pilar Corrias Gallery, London and David Kordansky, Los Angeles
Works by Jessi Reaves (all 2017). Installation view, Whitney Biennial 2017. Courtesy: Bridget Donahue, New York

Read Dan Fox's review of the Whitney Biennial 2017 here, the show runs at the Whitney Musuem of American Art from 17 March to 11 June, 2017.

All photographs courtesy: Daniel Terna

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