Will Whitney is writer who lives and works in New York.
SEPT 2017 | ArtSeen
The first emotion that hits upon entering NKAME is intrigue. Belkis Ayón died. She was 32. She killed herself.
NOV 2017 | Art
Muholi speaks with missionary fervor, noting how important it is—especially in the divisive times that we find ourselves in—for her to put content out.
OCT 2017 | ArtSeen
Patience is often spoken of casually, but, in fact, it is a hard skill to master. In Gibbous, his fourth show at Brennan & Griffin, Naotaka Hiro has seemingly done just that. In making his latest works, Hiro lets his mind wander, exploring different ideas as they appear, in a patient meditation.
DEC 17-JAN 18 | ArtSeen
The title of Nina Chanel Abney’s exhibition at Mary Boone, Safe House, caught my attention almost instantly. In such politically charged times, not making a statement is often a statement in itself.