Whitney Biennial 2017: Art and Identity (Part 2)
The 2017 Whitney Biennial, the 78th instalment of the longest-running survey of American art, arrives at a time rife with racial tensions, economic inequities and polarising politics. In the second film in a three-part series, artists raise questions about the nature of art and identity, emphasize the need for care and attention, and propose new ways to see the world.
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