Whitney Museum of American Art adds three Ronny Quevedo works to collection

Artforum reports: “The Whitney Museum of American Art has announced that it has acquired three hundred works of art in the last six months, adding sixty new artists and collectives to its collection. Several of the acquisitions were first presented in the Whitney's ongoing series of exhibitions focused on emerging artists including Carolina Caycedo, and Lena Henke, Guadalupe Maravilla, Willa Nasatir, Ronny Quevedo, Christine Sun Kim, and Clarissa Tossin.” (Read more from Artforum)

The Whitney Museum of American Art’s recent acquisitions include three works by gallery artist Ronny Quevedo: every measure of zero (periphery), every measure of zero (Nazca beyond the plain) and oro blanco. These works were included in the institution’s exhibition, PachaLlaqtaWasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art (on view July 13 – September 30, 2018). You can see the Whitney’s list of acquisitions of artists new to the collection here, and the complete list of all 300 recent acquisitions here.

Other works from Quevedo’s every measure of zero series are on view in our current exhibition (through April 27). Ronny Quevedo, who is based in the Bronx, will join us in Portland for an a panel discussion with two visiting curators from the Denver Art Museum on April 17 (RSVP here). For more information about Quevedo’s work and availability, please contact us.