1. Want to find out what lies behind the curtain? Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 is on view through Sunday.

    Want to find out what lies behind the curtain? Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 is on view through Sunday.

  2. “Images of heaving ocean swells shot from a swimmer’s point of view, and of a man with a metal detector searching for treasure on a beach, suggest a kind of quest, a search for a Holy Grail … It is a pathetic Grail, this sad rock, which makes it all the more poignant to contemplate. It is, perhaps, a metaphor for our beleaguered spiritual condition.”
—The New York Times on Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2, on view through Sunday.

    “Images of heaving ocean swells shot from a swimmer’s point of view, and of a man with a metal detector searching for treasure on a beach, suggest a kind of quest, a search for a Holy Grail … It is a pathetic Grail, this sad rock, which makes it all the more poignant to contemplate. It is, perhaps, a metaphor for our beleaguered spiritual condition.”

    The New York Times on Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2, on view through Sunday.

  3. “One of the most vitally new-feeling artworks on view in the city right now.” —GalleristNY on Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2, on view through January 27.
Installation view of Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, November 7, 2012–January 27, 2013). Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins

    “One of the most vitally new-feeling artworks on view in the city right now.” —GalleristNY on Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2, on view through January 27.

    Installation view of Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, November 7, 2012–January 27, 2013). Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins

  4. The exhibition brochure for Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 features artist-sourced materials as well as an essay by curatorial assistant Elisabeth Sherman. It’s available for download on our website.

    The exhibition brochure for Trisha Baga: Plymouth Rock 2 features artist-sourced materials as well as an essay by curatorial assistant Elisabeth Sherman. It’s available for download on our website.