1. Whitney Biennial William Cordova
The House that Frank Lloyd Wright built 4 Fred Hampton and Mark Clark, 2006 (installation view, Arndt & Partner, Berlin, 2006). Wood, books and suspended drawing, dimensions variable. Collection of the artist; courtesy Arndt & Partner Berlin
2. Whitney Biennial Bert Rodriguez
The Five Chinese Brothers, from "A Bedtime Story" series, 2006- present. Performance, Miami, December 7-9th, 2006, every evening at 9:00 pm.
3. Whitney Biennial Coco Fusco
A Room of One's Own: Women and Power in the New America. Performance, P.S. 122, New York, 2006
4. Whitney Biennial Daniel Joseph Martinez
Daniel Joseph Martinez:
Divine Violence, 2007 (intallation view, The Project, New York). Automotive pain on wood panel, dimensions variable.
5. Whitney Biennial Eduardo Sarabia
Babylon Bar, 2006. Handmade ceramic tiles and rosewood, 48 x 48 x 48 in. (121.9 x 121.9 x 11.9 cm). Collection of the artist; courtesy 1-20, New York.
6. Whitney Biennial Javier Telléz
Production still from Letter on the Blind, For the Use of Those Who See, 2007. 16mm film transferred to high-definition video, color, cound; approximately 35 min. Collection of the artist; Commissioned by Creative Time, as part of Six Actions for New York City, co-produced by Peter Kilchmann Gallery. Courtesy Peter Kilchmann Gallery. Copyright Javier Tellez. Photograph by Cleverson
7. Whitney Biennial Mario Ybarra
Installation view, Latitude, LA Artcore, Los Angeles, 2007. Courtesy Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles.
8. Whitney Biennial Mika Rotenberg
Production still from Cheese, 2007. Digital video, color, sound; approximately 12 min. Collection of the artist.
9. Whitney Biennial Natalia Almada
Still from Al Otro Lado, 2005. Digital video, color, sound; 66 min. Collection of the artist.
10. Whitney Biennial Ruben Ochoa
If I had a rebar for every time somone tried to mold me, 2007. Rebar, annealed wire ties, and dobie blocks, dimensions variable.