VIDEO: Artist Byron Kim on Avery Singer's Paintings at the Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum of American Art has a great YouTube channel in which the museum often has well-known artists describe and analyze the works of other well-known artists’ work that appears in the museum.

In this recent video, Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Byron Kim comments on New York based artist Avery Singer and her works at the Whitney.

Inspired by the exhibition Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection, a new Whitney Stories series invites artists to discuss portraits that are meaningful to them. Here, Byron Kim describes Avery Singer’s technical mastery, and the handmade quality of her paintings.

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