Steve McQueen to Have Mutlimedia Exhibit at the Whitney

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From April 29-May 14th, the Whitney Museum of American Art will present works from 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen as part of its Open Plan exhibition. Open Plan is an experimental five-part exhibition using the Museum’s dramatic fifth floor--the largest column-free museum exhibition space in New York--as a single open gallery, unobstructed by interior walls. 

McQueen’s project for Open Plan will center on a newly expanded version of his work End Credits, which presents documents from the FBI file kept on the legendary African-American performer Paul Robeson.

In conjunction with End Credits, McQueen will be exhibiting Moonlit (2016), a recently created sculptural work which is being shown for the first time in the U.S. Moonlit will be on view in the adjacent Kaufman Gallery during Open Plan: Steve McQueen.