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Every two years, curators from the Whitney Museum of American Art (in New York’s Upper East Side) gauge the pulse of art in America with an exhibition called the Biennial. This year marks the seventy-fifth edition, simply titled 2010. It opens tomorrow, February 25th, and will run until May 30th. 55 artists will show one piece each.
In reading up about this event I was particularly drawn to Aurel Schmidt’s work. You can watch a video interview that the NY Times’ T Magazine conducted with her before Art Basel here, and read more about the Biennial here and here.
More images from Aurel Schmidt after the jump.
Source: Eye On Art.