Bucking the gallery trend for picking kids fresh from MFA programs, the moving-image portion of this spring's Whitney Biennial (Whitney Museum of Art, 945 Madison Avenue, 800-WHITNEY) focuses more on established names rather than promoting lesser-knowns, perhaps on the logic that even the most celebrated avant-garde filmmakers remain relative outsiders to the art world. So while the Biennial is usually the place to catch a glimpse of hot young artists, its 2006 film and video program will be showcasing the other end of the age spectrum: The slate includes more than a few avant-garde moviemakers who were already stirring things up during the Johnson administration. Along with Kenneth Anger's... More >>>