A mid-career survey of a living artist is one of the hardest things a museum can do. But that's no excuse for doing it completely wrong, as the Whitney Museum has done with "SCANNING: the aberrant architectures of diller + scofidio." It's true, many surveys are awarded to artists who really aren't ready for them, and may never be ready for them. But Diller and Scofidio aren't even artists, they're architects pretending to be artists, and their so-called art is atrocious. This show is inexcusable by any measure—curatorial, artistic, experiential, intellectual,... More >>>