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Whitney Biennial 2019
I’m delighted to ascertain to a lot of Whitney Biennial 2019 curators place their mark on our signature exhibition.” Adam D. Weinberg, the Whitney’s Alice Pratt Brown Director, noted: “The Biennial may be a tradition that goes back to the institution’s historical roots whereas providing US with a measuring instrument of the new. Pushing on the far side what's comfy, presenting numerous approaches to artmaking, and understanding that art will ne'er be cut from the planet at massive became the hallmarks of the Biennial. I thirstily anticipate the show that these proficient curators can organize in response to the dramatically shifting cultural, social, and political landscape of this.”
Hockley and Panetta commented, “We area unit excited to be collaborating on the forthcoming Biennial, significantly at such AN historic juncture in our country and in our world. we have a tendency to area unit excited concerning the work rising out of this advanced moment and area unit honored to continue the Biennial’s long tradition of partaking with the foremost compelling artists, issues, and queries of our time.”
Jane Panetta is an associate steward at the Whitney; she joined the Museum’s custodian department in 2010. lastat the Whitney, Panetta has organized solo shows of the work of Willa Nasatir (2017) and Njideka Akunyili balladeer (2015-16) and therefore the cluster exhibition quick Forward: Painting from the Eighties (2017), additionally to co-curating Mirror Cells (2016) with patron saint Y. Lew. She may be a member of the Whitney’s rising Artists working party and served on the custodian team for America is tough to ascertain (2015, LED by woman DE Salvo), the Museum’s inaugural presentation in its downtown location.

Panetta collaborated on Signs & Symbols (2012, curated by DE Salvo), moreover as causative to parliamentarian Irwin: cloth Veil—Black Rectangle—Natural light-weight, Whitney repository of yankee Art, big apple [1977] (2013, curated by DE Salvo). beforechange of integrity the Whitney, Panetta spent many years within the repository of recent Art’s Painting and Sculpture Department, wherever she worked closely on the exhibitions James Ensor (2009, organized by Pakistani monetary unit Swinbourne) and Richard missioner Sculpture: Forty Years (2007, organized by Kynaston McShine and Lynne Cooke). Panetta may be a member of Madison sq. Park’s Public Art syndicate. Her next show at the Whitney is Juan Antonio Olivares: Moléculas, gap on day, 2018. Rujeko Hockley joined the Whitney’s employees as AN assistant steward in March 2017. Since her arrival at the Whitney, she has co-curated Toyin Ojih Odutola: To Wander Determined with Melinda Lang (currently on read at the repository through February twenty five, 2018) and AN Incomplete History of Protest: choices from the Whitney’s assortment, 1940–2017 with David Breslin and Jennie Goldstein (on read currently till summer 2018). Hockley conjointly is a member of the Museum’s rising creator working party. Previously, Hockley was assistant steward of up to date art at the borough repository, wherever she co-curated Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and on the far side (2014) with Eugenie Tsai, and was closely concerned in exhibitions lightthe permanent assortment moreover as artists LaToya Ruby Frazier, The Bruce top quality Foundation, Kehinde Wiley, Tom Sachs, and others. She is that the co-curator of we have a tendency to needed a Revolution: Black Radical girls, 1965–85 (2017) with Catherine Morris, that originated at the borough repository and can trip 3 U.S. venues in 2017-18. Hockley serves on the Board of Art Matters, moreover because the planning board of Recess.