Whitney Biennial 2010http://www.thirteen.org/sundayarts/blog/museums/biennial-time/804/
Many artists play with perception and technique, layering mediation. Pae White’s enormous entryway tapestry depicts wisps and curls of smoke – a photo capturing something intangible, translated into a luxe weaving that will outlast all of us. RH Quaytman’s series of screenprints mimicked Breuer’s famed skewed, recessed window in one of the Whitney’s galleries, echoing it in sparkling, diamond-dusted lines, or showing up as a subject. James Casebere’s digital chromogenic prints of models of suburbia skew concepts of utopia and reality. And Roland Flexner’s captivating sumi ink drawings look one minute like black & white Persian miniatures; the next, like elaborate Rorschach blots.