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Last chance to see 'an ode to New York'

— February 2014

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Installation view of T. J. Wilcox: In the Air, 2013 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, September 19, 2013–February 9, 2014). Photo: Bill Orcutt

T.J. Wilcox 'In the Air' closes Sunday 9 February

‘Dazzling . . . an ode to New York and to film’ – The New York Times

This exhibition presents a new panoramic film installation by T. J. Wilcox – a large, immersive cinematic environment whose circular screen harks back to the ‘cinema in-the-round’ presentations of the early days of film. A spectacular bird’s-eye view of New York, shot from the artist’s studio high above Union Square, is punctuated by six short films that tell New York-specific narratives related to a particular view from Wilcox’s windows. The exhibition also features works from the Museum’s collection selected by Wilcox, including a group of films in which artists reflect on the cityscape of New York over the last 60 years.

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