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Artprojx Cinema Press Release

In Art, Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, boyleANDshaw, Chelsea, Cinema, David Blandy, David Gryn, Film, Film and Video, Film and Video Umbrella, Jeremy Deller, Jessica Voorsanger, Lux, Mark Leckey, New York, Screenings, Shoja Azari, SVA Theatre, Terry Smith, The Armory Show, Video, Video Art, VOLTA NY on 02/02/2011 at 12:24 pm

Artprojx Cinema e-flyer


1 February 2011




This March at the SVA Theatre in Chelsea, New York, Artprojx Cinema, a new collaborative venture with The Armory Show and VOLTA NY, will screen a program of over 90 artists’ films from over 20 participating galleries alongside a public program of artists’ films from leading international arts organizations and curators.

“We are delighted to collaborate with such an outstanding quality of artists, galleries and organizations from such a diverse scope”, says David Gryn, Director of Artprojx. “Artprojx Cinema is not only an important opportunity for participating galleries and arts organizations to screen their artist’s films within the focused context of the cinema but also for the collectors, dealers, curators, artists and film enthusiasts flocking to New York during the week of The Armory Show and VOLTA NY to see an exceptional program of artists’ film.”

Feedback from participating organizations, artists and galleries indicates that Artprojx Cinema is adding a much desired kudos and credibility to screenings of artists’ films and a new and valued initiative on the NY cultural landscape. “We are passionate about creating a new buzz around the art fairs, engaging with local artists and students and enabling them to be part of the excitement in the city. The cinema is free to everyone and we want as many people to see this fantastic program,” says David Gryn.

This new venture has already proved a huge success with galleries participating from 14 cities – New York (Allan Stone Gallery, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Charles Bank Gallery, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, LTMH Gallery, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, Number 35 Gallery, Peter Blum Gallery), Philadelphia (Fleisher/Ollman), Los Angeles (Susanne Vielmetter), Chicago (Rhona Hoffman Gallery), Oakland (Johannson Projects), London (Pilar Corrias, Nettie Horn, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery), Dublin (Kevin Kavanagh Gallery), Lisbon (Filomena Soares Gallery), Copenhagen (Galleri Christina Wilson, V1 Gallery), Lima (Galeria Lucia de la Puente), Helsinki (Galerie Forsblom), Vienna (Galerie Krinzinger), Berlin (Galerie Carlier-Gebauer) and Geneva (Gowen Contemporary).

Artprojx Cinema will be screening premieres of Matthew Day Jackson’s “In Search Of” presented by Peter Blum Gallery, New York and a documentary, “New York Influence City” produced by You Know Limited, London, which reflects on New York City by key figures of its prominent art scene.

Other highlights include screenings by Brent Green (Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York), Erik Schmidt (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna / Galerie Carlier Gabauer, Berlin), George Kuchar (ADA Gallery, New York) and Jacob Boeskov (V1 Gallery, Copenhagen).

Artprojx Cinema Late Nights features: Alfred Leslie (Allan Stone Gallery, New York) and  João Pedro Vale (Filomena Soares Gallery, Lisbon) on Friday and Saturday.

Special artist focus screenings include films by Marie Losier, Terry Smith, boyleANDshaw and Jessica Voorsanger and selected programs curated by Adelaide Bannerman, Carolyn Monastra & Megan Cump and works from the collection of Kim Burgess-Driver.  Organizations such as Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York, LUX, London, Video Data Bank, Chicago and Film & Video Umbrella, London, who are all leading lights in the support and distribution of artists films and videos will be taking part in the program. As well as this, Artprojx Cinema includes artists’ films from London based organizations tank.tv, Wellcome Collection, Filmarmalade, The Woodmill and Peckham Space, who are all key organizations in supporting artists’ film and commissioning new projects.

Artprojx Cinema has linked with the SVA Theatre in Chelsea to host the screenings. The cinema, a world-class cultural centre for the visual arts is both excellent in reputation and location. Visitors to the cinema are in easy walking distance to the Piers of the art fairs and can also browse the many Chelsea galleries nearby.

Artprojx Cinema is FREE and will screen daily from March 1 – 6 from 10.00am until late.


in association with THE ARMORY SHOW & VOLTA NY

1-6 MARCH 2011


screenings of artists’ films & videos

The SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street between 8th and 9th Avenues

See the program and timings at www.artprojx.com/cinema


David Gryn: +44 (0)7711 127 848

Poppy Gordon Lennox: +44 (0)7881 953 794



• ADA Gallery, New York – George Kuchar • Allan Stone Gallery, New York – Alfred Leslie • Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York – Brent Green • Filomena Soares Gallery, Lisbon – João Pedro Vale • Fleisher/Ollman, Philadelphia – Jennifer Levonian • Fredericks & Freiser, New York / Pilar Corrias, London / Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles – Mary Reid Kelley • Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen – Jesper Just • Galeria Lucia de la Puente, Lima – Diego Lama • Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki – HC Berg • Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna / Galerie Carlier-Gebauer, Berlin – Erik Schmidt • Gowen Contemporary, Geneva – Nick Laessing • Johansson Projects, Oakland – Tadashi Moriyama • Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin – Elaine Byrne • LTMH Gallery, New York – Shoja Azari • Nettie Horn, London – Oliver Pietsch • Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York – Ezra Johnson • Number 35 Gallery, New York – Frederick Hayes • Peter Blum Gallery, New York – Matthew Day Jackson / Adrian Paci • Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago – Luis Gispert • The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London – John Zieman / Christina Benz • V1 Gallery, Copenhagen – Jakob Boeskov  • V1 Gallery, Copenhagen / Charles Bank Gallery, New York – Kasper Sonne 


Ben Rivers / Edith Marie Pasquier – Adelaide Bannerman, London boyleANDshaw, London • Brent Green / Carolyn Monastra / Dan Torop / Jem Cohen / Jessica Langley & Ben Kinsley / Karen Azoulay – Carolyn Monastra & Megan Cump, New York • Jaime Davidovich / Andrew Lampert / Kristin Lucas / Cynthia Maughan / Takeshi Murata / Martha Rosler – Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York  • Simon Pope – Film & Video Umbrella and Olympic Delivery Authority, London  • Aukje Dekker / Kristian De La Riva / Luciano Zubillaga / Ralitza Petrova – Filmarmalade, London  • Phil Coy – FLAMIN (Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network), London • David Blandy / Dinu Li / Emily Richardson / Lynne Marsh / Matt Calderwood – Kim Burgess-Driver Collection, London  • Ed Atkins / David Raymond Conroy / Mark Leckey / Laure Prouvost / James Richards / Mark Aerial Waller – LUX, London  • Marie Losier, New York  • Jessica Voorsanger – Peckham Space, London  • Jeremy Deller & Chrissie Iles / Johan Grimonprez / Maria  Marshall / Mounir Fatmi  / Ruth Paxton – tank.tv, London  • Terry Smith, London  • Adam Christensen / Alastair Frazer / Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann / Chris Clarke / Jasiek Mischke / Lucky PDF / Patricia Lennox-Boyd / Patrick Coyle / Richard Sides / Sidsel Christensen – The Woodmill, London  • Dani Leventhal / Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke / Michael Gitlin / Nicolas Provost / Sterling Ruby – Video Data Bank, Chicago  • Aura Satz / Jordan Baseman / Marion Coutts / Shona Illingworth – Wellcome Collection, London  • Alex Noyer / Alex Dunn / Rob Wilton / Stuart Birchall – You Know Limited, London •

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