Take one work in at a time. The Whitney moved their permanent collection around to give Eve Hesse’s rope cobweb its own corner to hang and Edward Kienholz olde junk tableaux some breathing room. Also featured: A.A. Bronson’s portrait of Felix Partz, an edition of the piece the artist has been trying to get removed from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to protest their censorship of A Fire in My Belly. “Singular Visions,” Various Artists, Dec 16, The Whitney, NYC