Whitney Biennial 2012: Your Must-See Cheat Sheet

A few exhibitions worth checking out for the inexperienced museum-goer

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So, you'd like to go to the Whitney Biennial, but you're short on time. You're not sure if you'll be able to make the performances, you're not sure what to see, but you're still overwhelmed with a desire to art yourself with... say, delicate, Eastern European animation-inspired sculptures, or visit an artist who's set up her hoarder-rific studio in the museum for three months. Let's do it.

Here are some of (subjective) highlights of the Biennial from the press preview, things you'll definitely want to check out, even on a tight schedule.

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