Future   |   Current   |   Past

This Container Isn't Big Enough

March 10 - May 29, 2004

Venue
Whitney Museum of American Art

Location
New York, NY


For the 2004 Whitney Biennial Harrel Fletcher showed two videos, Blot Out The Sun, and The Problem Of Possible Redemption, and made a free newspaper called This Container Isn't Big Enough that people could pick up at the museum. The newspaper's primary function was to describe and show the work of ten artists he had met in various parts of the country. Fletcher worked with volunteer students from a class he was teaching at Cooper Union and they found exhibition venues for each of the ten artists. The venues ranged from furniture stores to senior centers. The newspaper had directions to all of the exhibitions. The artists Fletcher included were, Dana Dart-McLean, Cleveland Leffler, Jess Hilliard, Emily Prince, Santiago De Paoli, Daniel Smith, Micheal Bernard Loggins, James Miles, Robert Weinstock, and the collaborative group It Can Change.

The 2004 Whitney Biennial
New York, New York

Featured Events

48 Pillars Closing Reception
April 14, 2018
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Join us for a talk with the artists at the closing reception of 48 Pillars featuring recent work by Vincent Jackson. Artists Talk and Closing Reception Saturday, April 14 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Join ...


Art Changes Lives 2018
April 20, 2018

2018 Marks Creativity Explored's 35 Anniversary! Join us at Art Changes Lives 2018, Creativity Explored's annual gala where we celebrate the power of art to change lives with dinner, drinks...


Mind Place Opening Reception
May 10, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Mind Place features selected works by Ian Adams, Jar Herndon, Camille Holvoet, Laron Bickerstaff, Kathy Wen, and Marilyn Wong. Evoking both physical and imaginary w...