Rachel Harrison Life Hack at Whitney Museum of American Art, through January 12, 2020

“Rachel Harrison’s (b. 1966) first full-scale survey tracks the development of her career over the past twenty-five years, incorporating room-size installations, sculpture, photography, and drawing. Harrison’s complex works—in which readymades collude with invented forms—bring together the breadth of art history, the impurities of politics and celebrity culture, and the strangeness of history. The exhibition includes approximately one hundred works spanning the early 1990s to the present, drawn from private and public collections throughout the world.” — Whitney Museum of American Art

Installation views of “Rachel Harrison Life Hack”. Photos by Corrado Serra.

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“Rachel Harrison Life Hack” was organized by Elisabeth Sussman, Curator and Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography, and David Joselit, Distinguished Professor, Graduate Center, City University of New York, with Kelly Long, curatorial assistant.