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Wildlife images from the last two decades dynamically confront categorizations and speak to the significance of wildlife in art – in unconventional ways.
Will Wilson’s contemporary exploration of self-representation through the science of photography and digital media in response to the continuing impact of Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian (1907-1930).
This exhibition features groupings that explore the human impact on the environment, the ways place informs identity, and how people build their own personas and sense of self.
This exhibition speaks to the ways artists orient themselves through relationships – either to people or places – and how other artists use their work to locate truths typically hidden from view.
This exhibition brings together artists exploring the slippery task of tangling with history, the ways in which art can express concepts when words fail, and how some artists apply rationality to the random.
This exhibition brings together the sights and the sounds of the Mexican-American border through a transformative and multi-sensory experience.
A collective portrait of the Eastern United States during a decade of profound transformation.
American folk and self-taught artists offer firsthand testimony to chapters in the unfolding story of America – from its inception to the present – in powerful visual narratives.
An interdisciplinary project exploring the concept of pollination and interconnection between art and science from the 19th into the 21st century.
Drawn exclusively from the Whitney’s permanent collection, this exhibition highlights how photography has been used to represent individuals, places, and narratives.