2004 Whitney Biennial Roundtable

In March 2003, Cabinet's editor-in-chief Sina Najafi was invited to participate in an all-day roundtable convened by the three curators of the 2004 Whitney Biennial as part of the process of shaping the exhibition.

The participants were George Baker, assistant professor of Art History at UCLA and co-editor of October; Carlos Basualdo, a co-curator of Documenta XI and the 2003 Venice Biennale; Catherine de Zegher, director, The Drawing Center; Lauri Firstenberg, adjunct curator, Artists Space; Rachel Greene, editor, rhizome.org; Tim Griffin, editor, Artforum; Branden Joseph, assistant professor of Art History at the University of California, Irvine, and co-editor, Grey Room; Christine Kim, associate curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem; Dominic Molon, associate curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Sina Najafi, editor-in-chief, Cabinet; and Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, senior U.S. editor, Parkett.

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