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Systems for various exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial 2019, Kevin Beasley: A View of a Landscape, and Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again
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Whitney Museum of American Art / Exhibition Identity
Whitney Museum of American Art / Exhibition Identity
Whitney Museum of American Art / Exhibition Identity
Whitney Museum of American Art / Exhibition Identity

Systems for various exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial 2019, Kevin Beasley: A View of a Landscape, and Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again.

This case study is in progress. Images will include early concept development and sketches.

The Whitney Museum of American Art's Graphic Design Department continues to apply, interpret, extend, and update the graphic identity system first established by Experimental Jetset in 2013.


Whitney Biennial 2019
Mar 17–Oct 27, 2019

Exhibition organized by Jane Panetta and Rujeko Hockley, with Ramsay Kolber; the film program by Maori Karmael Holmes, Sky Hopinka, and Matt Wolf; the performance program by Jane Panetta, Rujeko Hockley, and Greta Hartenstein.

Design: Andrew Chee, Virginia Chow, Joel Fear, Hilary Greenbaum, Albert Hicks IV, and Liz Plahn; in collaboration with Andrew Galloway, Kayla Van der Byl, and Danny Lian.

More information on the websites of the Whitney Museum and the Graphic Design Department.


Kevin Beasley: A View of a Landscape
Dec 15, 2018–Mar 10, 2019

Exhibition organized by Christopher Y. Lew, Nancy and Fred Poses Curator, with Ambika Trasi, curatorial assistant.

Design: Andrew Chee in collaboration with Virginia Chow and Hilary Greenbaum.

Typefaces include Lyon and Neue Haas Grotesk.

More information on the websites of the Whitney Museum and the Graphic Design Department.


Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again
Nov 12, 2018–Mar 31, 2019

Exhibition organized by Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator, with Christie Mitchell, senior curatorial assistant, and Mark Loiacono, curatorial research associate.

Design: Andrew Chee, Virginia Chow, Joel Fear, Hilary Greenbaum, Albert Hicks IV, and Liz Plahn; in collaboration with Ella Viscardi.

More information on the websites of the Whitney Museum and the Graphic Design Department.


The Whitney Museum of American Art's Graphic Design Department during this time included Andrew Chee, Virginia Chow, Joel Fear, Albert Hicks IV, and Liz Plahn, directed by Hilary Greenbaum; in collaboration with Haley Kattner Allen, Andrew Galloway, Kayla Van der Byl, Ella Viscardi, Danny Lian, and Eduardo Mendez.

A full case study for each of the above exhibitions is in the works and will be mirrored on Are.na.

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