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20160428164240-matt_henry_twin_palms_blue_room_pool Flatland Gallery presenteert nieuwe fotografen, in: Digifoto, 2016  
Gioia de Bruijn, Annouk Griffioen, Johan Grimonprez, Matt Henry, Jocelyn Lee, Sanja Marusic, David Verbeek, Guy Yanai at Flatland Gallery > Amsterdam
May 7th - June 18th
Posted 4/28/16

by Nadja Geskus Nederlandse fotograaf David Verbeek en Britse fotograaf Matt Henry sluiten zich aan bij de Flatland Gallery. Flatland Gallery is een Nederlandse gallerie voor moderne kunst gevestigd in Amsterdam. De gallerie staat bekend op het gebied van hedendaagse fotografie en heeft een hoge reputatie voor film, video, installaties, sculpturen, schilderijen en tekeningen. David Verbeek Flatland Gallery kondigt de vertegenwoordiging van David Verbeek, Nederlandse filmmaker en fotograa... [more]

20150415223410-sbma_1953 Beautiful Experiments  
László Moholy-Nagy at Santa Barbara Museum of Art > Los Angeles
July 5th, 2015 - September 27th, 2015
Posted 8/2/15

The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come puts forth a unique take on Moholy-Nagy's painted work with the incorporation of two interventionist pieces by other creators and a smattering of his own theatrical and photographic works. Due to the technology-based works’ expense and inherent complications, Moholy-Nagy reinvestigated painting as a medium to explore light and optics, while still drawing inspiration from these periodic experiments with other media. Perhaps somewhat mi... [more]

Blockbuster Picasso  
5/13/15 Posted 5/13/15

The record-breaking Picasso entitled ‘Les Femmes d’Alger’ on display after the auction. Photograph: UPI /Landov / Barcroft Media/UPI /Landov / Barcroft Media via The Guardian A work by Pablo Picasso, the artist played by Anthony Hopkins in the 1996 film Surviving Picasso, has set a new world record as the most expensive artwork to be sold at auction in New York. Women Of Algiers (Version 0) is part of a range of works the painter created to look great in the foyers of big b... [more]

Theodore Darst Takes Over. Announcing ArtSlant’s First #Instaresidency  
9/12/14 Posted 9/12/14

We’re pumped to be doing our first #Instaresidency, where we hand over our Instagram to an artist for a week and let them sort out the rest. First up: digital artist and filmmaker Theodore Darst. Darst first caught our attention through an exhibition, Only Real, in 2014 and then on Instagram with his dynamic animations playing with form, depth, and Macklemore. Using a range of digital software programs from CINEMA 4D After Effects to Photoshop, Darst abstracts his subjects through adding... [more]

Harun Farocki, 1944–2014  
8/4/14 Posted 8/4/14

Monopol magazine reported Thursday that German filmmaker Harun Farocki passed away on June 30, 2014, at the age of 70. Born in German-annexed Czechoslovakia in 1944, the Berlin-based artist was known not only for his provocative films, videos, and installations, but also his critical practice as a theorist, editor, curator, and educator. Farocki studied at the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB) from 1966 to 1968. He would later become editor of the Munich-based journal Filmkritik and t... [more]

photo l.a. 22nd Annual International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition (Jan. 18-21, 2013)  
1/15/13 Posted 1/15/13

(Source: press release)   With over 10,000 visitors photo l.a. is the best platform for meeting with collectors, curators and artists in Los Angeles. Phil Stern, James Dean, 1955; ©Phil Stern   photo l.a., the longstanding photographic art exposition, returns to the historic Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for its 22nd edition on January 17-21st, 2013. Continuing the discourse on photography’s place in the fine arts, photo l.a. provides dealers from around the globe a platform for the exhibiti... [more]

MOCA North Miami's Optic Nerve 14 Film Festival: Call to Artists  
6/29/12 Posted 6/29/12

(Excerpt from 'Optic Nerve 14 / Application Deadline!' posted on Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA). Found here Early Submission Deadline July 15 – Final Deadline July 29 Public Screening September 14 The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami  is seeking film and video submissions for the 14th edition of Optic Nerve, the museum’s international film and video showcase for emerging artists. “MOCA’s Optic Nerve program is designed... [more]

Anja Kirschner & David Panos win 2011 Film London Jarman Award  
10/10/11 Posted 10/10/11

(Excerpt from 'Film London Jarman Award 2011 Goes to Kirschner and Panos' posted on Film London on Oct. 2011. Found on Politically Infused Artist Duo Win Esteemed Artist Film-making Prize Worth 30,000 GBP. London-based artist film-making duo Anja Kirschner and David Panos have won the 2011 Film London Jarman Award which was announced on Monday evening at a special event at the Whitechapel Gall... [more]

Film Screening: Elly Clarke - Moscow to Beijing (22 Sept.)  
9/21/11 Posted 9/21/11

(Excerpt from 'Elly Clarke, Moscow to Beijing' posted on MK Gallery, 2011. Found on A one night solo screening of Elly Clarke's three-screen video work 'Moscow to Beijing' at Milton Keynes Gallery. In September 2005, Elly Clarke was invited to participate in a mobile conference that was taking place on the Trans Siberian train, from Moscow to Beijing. In order to learn more about the countries and cultures the train was passing through than... [more]

Marijke van Warmerdam: On Our Amsterdam Watchlist  
7/25/11 Posted 7/25/11

(Image: Marijke van Warmerdam, Light , 2010, 35mm film loop, colour 35mm film (3:4), compact flash card (16:9), Duration: 1'30'', Projection: 300 x 400 cm; © Annet Gelink Gallery) Marijke van Warmerdam (b.1959, Nieuwer Amstel, Netherland) Marijke van Warmerdam is internationally renowned for her short films. In the early nineties she made her first non-narrative film loops, which led Daniel Birnbaum to call her the Loop Guru of the eternally flowing present. Together with her photographs and... [more]

4/27/11 Posted 4/27/11

(Excerpt from 'NEW YORK GALLERY WEEK (NYGW)' posted on New York Gallery Week website, Apr. 2011. Found on Second Annual Event Takes Place MAY 6-8, 2011 with special support for the Whitney Museum Of American Art New York Gallery Week is pleased to announce its second annual event, scheduled from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 8, 2011. Following 2010’s highly successful kick-off year, this year’s NYGW has expanded... [more]

Kaufman_julietta Refreshing - and important  
Susan Berkowitz, Marcie Kaufman, Tamar Lando and Sammy Silberstein at Platt & Borstein Galleries at American Jewish University > Los Angeles
August 29th, 2010 - November 21st, 2010
Posted 8/29/10

I was at the opening today for the show "Beyond the Camera". The show featured photographic work created by artists who merge traditional photography and physical or digital manipulation of the photographs. The work was symbolic for some and representative for others. Most notable, and eye-catching, was the work by Susan Berkowitz, whos Polaroid based images were intriguing and novel. Polaroid, like most film photography, is a dying medium, so this work may help maintain the unique style of Polaroid tr... [more]

This_kiss_1 Campus Circle  
Lock Speed Action (Dir. Russell Griffith), Angels, Il Male Assoluto (Dir. Francesco Colangelo), Death In Charge (Dir. Devi Snively), I’m Not Matt Damon (Dir. Jim Rothman), Open Ends (Dir. Arnold Chun), Junior Extra-Terrestrial (Dir. V Sassmannshausen), What’s Your Flavor (Dir. Sean & Debi Bradshaw), Dinner With Isabella (Dir. Dana Turken), JET, The Kiss (Carey Williams), Judy Lamont, Mama & Nardo (Dir. David Polcino), True Beauty This Night (Dir. Peter Besson), Decent People (Dir. Amir Shoucri), Movie Star (Dir. Eric Yang), Thru at NewFilmmakers Los Angeles at Sunset Gower Studios > Los Angeles
January 19th, 2010 5:30 PM - 10:45 PM
Posted 1/5/10


Outdoor screening - Lucy Raven - Friday night  
4/20/09 Posted 4/20/09

CHINA TOWN a movie by Lucy Raven with videos by Chen Shaoxiong Outside of Fong's on Chung King Road Friday, April 24, 7:30pm Free At nightfall on April 24, Telic Arts Exchange will host an outdoor screening of Lucy Raven's movie about the copper mining industry, China Town (2008, 52 minutes). The program, curated by James Merle Thomas, opens with 3 short videos by Chen Shaoxiong and concludes in a panel discussion between the filmmaker Raven, curator Thomas, and Carolyn Cartier, Associate Prof... [more]

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