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CHRISTINE VAN ASSCHE'S CURATION FROM COLLECTION CENTRE POMPIDOU
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Macu Moran & Javier Varela
Location: 01-01-1970
Start date: 22-03-2007
End date: 27-05-2007
Australian Center of Moving Images, March 22–May 27, 2007 The Australian Center of Moving Images (ACMI) probably presents the most important group exhibition dedicated to art in the form of video today. Curated by the expert, Christine van Assche, it premiered in La Caixa Forum of Barcelona in September 2005 and then was exhibited at the Taipei Museum in Taiwan, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Sydney, the Miami Art Cen (...)
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Written by: Macu Moran
Location:
Start date: 17-03-2007
End date: 17-03-2007
Selection of the Video Works (March 17 - April 27, 2007) Repeat All is proposed as a scan over 12 video installments or intimate spaces, with the idea of representing, through the international videographic works of the last five years, a vast sight of the pr (...)
Submitted by: konstantinos-antonios goutos / the[video]Flâneu®
Written by: Václav Magid
Location: Futura Centre for Contemporary Art, prague, czech republic
Start date: 28-02-2007
End date: 06-05-2007
PunctumFutura Centre for Contemporary Art, 28/2/2007 – 6/5/2007 Curator: Václav Magid; Represented artists: Jesper Alvaer, Zbyněk Baladrán, Daniela Baráčková, Ondřej Brody and Kristofer Paetau, Milena Dopitová, Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos, Alena Kotzmannová, Radim Labuda, Ján Mančuška and Jonas Dahlberg, Michal Pěchouče (...)
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Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Courtesy of The Whitney Museum of American Art
Location: New York, USA
Start date: 08-02-2007
End date: 01-04-2007
Whitney Museum, New York, Feb. 8-Apr.1, 2007 The Whitney Museum of American Art presents films by MARINA ABRAMOVIC, EIJA-LIISA AHTILA, CHANTAL AKERMAN, MATTHEW BARNEY, SAMUEL BECKETT, MARCO BRAMBILLA, LARRY CLARK, BRUCE CONNER, JOSEPH CORNELL, TACITA DEAN, DEXTER DALWOOD, TRACEY EMIN, ROBERT FRANK, JEAN-LUC GODARD, DOUGLAS GORDON, JOHAN GRIMONPREZ, REBECCA HORN, DEREK JARMAN, ISAAC JULIEN, JOHN LENNON, ALFRED LESLIE, SHARON LOCKHART, ROBERT LONGO, BABETTE MANGOLTE, CHRIS MARKER, ANTHON (...)
Submitted by: konstantinos-antonios goutos / the[video]Flâneu®
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Location: d 21 kunstraum leipzig, germany
Start date: 07-01-2007
End date: 20-01-2007
When the night is settling in, the 'Screening' sessions at D21 artspace are turning the large shopfront windows into a projection screen for video-based artwork. In January Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos is presenting three documentary scenes under the title "passers-by". Projected onto each of the three windows, they can be watched from the outside. As a special treat visitors of the opening can expect a fourth video installation inside the D21 ar (...)
CURATED BY BERTA SICHEL AT MNCARS, MADRID, SPAIN
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Susana Salinas
Location: 01-01-1970
Start date: 07-11-2006
End date: 02-04-2007
Madrid hosts from the 7 of November of 2006 to 2 of April 2007 at the National Museum Center of Art Reina Sofia an extensive retrospective exhibition of the first 25 years of video art. First Generation. Art and the moving image, 1963-1986 is an exhibition curated by Berta Sichel, director of the new media department at the museum, and includes 32 installations, 14 video projections and 80 works of video in single channel. Viewers can individually re (...)
WALKING IN THE BIG BLACK BOX , BEYOND CINEMA
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Maria Morata
Location: Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin, GERMANY
Start date: 29-09-2006
End date: 29-09-2006
Moving images in a museum are not a new thing. Since the beginning of the XX Century, artists were concerned with movement and temporal dimension in art works. The futurists reflected the new urban rhythm through paintings and photography in which traces of movement could be seen. The cubists brought multi-perspective vision to art, which plays such an important role in new cinematic installations. The introduction of moving images in an exhibition space also (...)
THE PASSION
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Fernando Castro
Location:
Start date: 15-08-2006
End date: 15-08-2006
The Passion Bill Viola is, without a doubt, one of the most prestigious contemporary artists, characterized by a tendency towards lyricism and a use of video graphic devices to serve profound spiritual concerns. Interested, since the early 60s in music, and sound in general, he collaborated with the Composer David Tudor, and made long recordings such as the one inside the Duomo and others in many different religious places of Florence
BARCELONA 2006
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Raul Martinez
Location: Barcelona, SPAIN
Start date: 20-05-2006
End date: 25-05-2006
The fourth edition of LOOP Barcelona consolidated itself as a cultural event and international meeting point for fans, professionals and collectors of video. LOOP takes place this time in the month of May -last editions took place in November-, what adds to the ample summery climate that at this point is enjoyed in the city, aspiring to surpass the 6,000 visitors of its last edition. Around 40 international galleries display videos of worldwide artists (...)
ARSENALE CORDERIE, ALWAYS A LITTLE FURTHER CURATED BY ROSA MARTINEZ
Submitted by: VideoArtWorld
Written by: Macu Morán
Location: Venice Biennale 2005
Start date: 15-06-2005
End date: 30-09-2005
Presenting a total of 419 artists, the 2005 Venice Biennale has been widely considered the Feminist Biennale, a name that results from the fact that not only were the international pavilion and the Arsenale (the site at the Biennale where independent curators present their artists) curated by two exceptional Spanish women, Maria de Corral and Rosa Martinez, but also because more female artists participated than eve (...)
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