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Artprojx Cinema in New York 2011 – report

In ADA Gallery, Adam Christensen, Adrian Paci, Adrian Shaw, Alastair Frazer, Alfred Leslie, Allan Stone Gallery, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Andrew Lampert, Art, Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, Artupdate, Aukje Dekker, Ben Kingsley, Ben Rivers, boyleANDshaw, Brent Green, Carolyn Monastra, Charlesworth, Chelsea, Christina Benz, Christina Wilson, Cinema, Dani Leventhal, David Blandy, David Gryn, David Raymond Conroy, Delphine Perrot, Diego Lama, Dinu Li, Ed Atkins, Edith Marie Pasquier, Elaine Byrne, Emily Richardson, Erik Schmidt, Ezra Johnson, Film, Film and Video, Film and Video Umbrella, Filomena Soares Gallery, Fleisher/Ollman, Frederick Hayes, George Kuchar, HC Berg, Jaime Davidovich, Jakob Boeskov, James Richards, Jasiek Mischke, Jem Cohen, Jennifer Levonian, Jeremy Deller, Jeremy Deller + Chrissie Iles, Jesper Just, Jessica Langley, Jessica Voorsanger, Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke, Joao Pedro Vale, Johan Grimonprez, John Zieman, Jordan Baseman, Karen Azoulay, Kasper Sonne, Kristian De La Riva, Laure Prouvost, Lewandowski & Mann, Luciano Zubillaga, Lucky PDF, Luis Gispert, Lux, Lynne Marsh, Maria Marshall, Marie Losier, Marion Coutts, Mark Leckey, Martha Rosler, Mary Reid Kelley, Matt Calderwood, Matthew Boyle, Matthew Day Jackson, Mounir Fatmi, New York, Nick Laessing, Nicolas Provost, Oliver Pietsch, Patricia Lennox-Boyd, Patrick Coyle, Performance Art, Phil Coy, Pilar Corrias, Ralitza Petrova, Richard Sides, Ruth Paxton, Screenings, Shoja Azari, Shona Illingworth, Sidsel Christensen, Simon Pope, Sterling Ruby, Susanne Vielmetter, SVA Theatre, Tadashi Moriyama, Takeshi Murata, Terry Smith, The Armory Show, Una Knox, Video, Video Art, VOLTA NY, You Know on 12/03/2011 at 4:10 pm

Artprojx Cinema at The SVA Theatre, NY

The Artprojx Cinema at the SVA Theatre project was a great success. Many artists, students, collectors, curators and other gallerists attended the large number of screenings throughout the week. We had wonderful feedback about showing films within the context of the cinema. Sales and gallery introductions were reported back to us at the art fair, as well as offers to the artists for further screenings and exhibitions. We were very pleased with the visual and sound quality of the screenings, also with many attending artists, galleries and curators who had never seen their work in such an impressive cinematic environment.

Artprojx Cinema posters

The value and awareness of the screenings extends to the vast local and global audience who were made aware of the project and programme but who could not attend.

Artprojx Cinema - full house

We had many meetings throughout the week with other major International Art Fairs, who were all impressed by the quality and depth of the programme and the project in general. A general thread had been that the screening of artists’ film and video is complicated and that Artprojx Cinema provides one of the best solutions to many of the screening problems faced by galleries and the art fairs.

As a result Artprojx Cinema has been invited to work on many other similar projects with Art Fairs and Galleries worldwide.

Contact: David Gryn or Poppy Gordon Lennox at artprojxcinema@gmail.com to discuss your project.

Artprojx Cinema

Artprojx Cinema at Night

 

GALLERIES AND THEIR SELECTED ARTISTS:
• 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 •


PUBLIC ART ORGANIZATIONS AND CURATORIAL PROJECTS – SELECTED ARTISTS:
• 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 •

Artprojx Cinema New York Map – March 1-6

In Adam Christensen, Adrian Paci, Adrian Shaw, Alastair Frazer, Alfred Leslie, Allan Stone Gallery, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Andrew Lampert, Art, Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, Artupdate, Aukje Dekker, Ben Kingsley, Ben Rivers, boyleANDshaw, Brent Green, Carolyn Monastra, Charlesworth, Chelsea, Christina Benz, Christina Wilson, Cinema, Cynthia Maughan, Dani Leventhal, David Blandy, David Gryn, David Raymond Conroy, Delphine Perrot, Diego Lama, Dinu Li, Ed Atkins, Edith Marie Pasquier, Elaine Byrne, Emily Richardson, Erik Schmidt, Ezra Johnson, Film, Film and Video, Film and Video Umbrella, Filomena Soares Gallery, Fleisher/Ollman, Frederick Hayes, George Kuchar, HC Berg, Jaime Davidovich, Jakob Boeskov, James Richards, Jem Cohen, Jennifer Levonian, Jeremy Deller, Jeremy Deller + Chrissie Iles, Jesper Just, Jessica Langley, Jessica Voorsanger, Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke, Joao Pedro Vale, Johan Grimonprez, John Zieman, Jordan Baseman, Karen Azoulay, Kasper Sonne, Kristian De La Riva, Kristin Lucas, Laure Prouvost, Lewandowski & Mann, Luciano Zubillaga, Lucky PDF, Luis Gispert, Maria Marshall, Marie Losier, Marion Coutts, Mark Aerial Waller, Mark Leckey, Martha Rosler, Mary Reid Kelley, Matt Calderwood, Matthew Boyle, Matthew Day Jackson, Mounir Fatmi, New York, Nick Laessing, Nicolas Provost, Oliver Pietsch, Patricia Lennox-Boyd, Patrick Coyle, Phil Coy, Pilar Corrias, Ralitza Petrova, Richard Sides, Ruth Paxton, Shoja Azari, Shona Illingworth, Sidsel Christensen, Simon Pope, Sterling Ruby, Susanne Vielmetter, SVA Theatre, Tadashi Moriyama, Takeshi Murata, Terry Smith, The Armory Show, Una Knox, Video, Video Art, VOLTA NY, You Know on 23/02/2011 at 12:28 am

Artprojx Cinema at the SVA Theatre, New York
in association with The Armory Show & VOLTA NY

MARCH 1-6 2011

screenings of artists’ films & videos

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

C and E Train is on the corner

This March at the SVA Theatre in Chelsea, New York, Artprojx Cinema, a new art fair collaborative venture is launching initially with The Armory Show and VOLTA NY, screening daily from March 1-6, a program of over 100 artists’ films from over 20 participating galleries alongside an exciting public program of artists’ films from leading international arts organizations and curators.

Artprojx Cinema is FREE

Artprojx Cinema Program to download and print

For more information contact:
David Gryn: +44 (0)7711 127 848

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

artprojxcinema@gmail.com

see related links:

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SVA

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VOLTA NY

Artupdate

FAD (David Gryn interview by Ben Austin)

Delphine Perrot

Nicole Klagsbrun

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)

You Know Ltd

Video Data Bank

The Woodmill

Tank TV

ADA Gallery

number 35 gallery

Peckham Space

videoart.net

Charles Bank Gallery

Artlog

wooloo

events.org

Visual Artists Ireland

mutualart.com

chrishenryclarke

This Week In New York

The L Magazine

e-flux

Artprojx Cinema NY – Programme 1-6 March

In Adrian Shaw, Art, Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, Ben Rivers, boyleANDshaw, Chelsea, Christina Wilson, Cinema, David Blandy, David Gryn, Film, Film and Video, Film and Video Umbrella, Jeremy Deller, Jessica Voorsanger, Lux, Lynne Marsh, Mark Leckey, Matthew Boyle, New York, School of Art, Screenings, Shoja Azari, SVA Theatre, Terry Smith, The Armory Show, Video, Video Art, VOLTA NY, You Know on 04/02/2011 at 9:00 pm

ARTPROJX CINEMA at the SVA THEATRE, NEW YORK

in association with THE ARMORY SHOW & VOLTA NY

1-6 MARCH 2011

screenings of artists’ films & videos

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

E Train on the corner

Artprojx Cinema is FREE

Access is relaxed, but RSVP with the screenings you want to see at artprojxcinema@gmail.com to save your seats.
Tuesday 1 March
10.00 – 11.00 LUX, London ***
11.10 – 12.15 Wellcome Collection, London ***
12.25 – 12.55 The Woodmill, London ***
13.05 – 13.35 Video Data Bank, Chicago ***
13.45 – 14.15 Marie Losier, New York, “Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist”
14.25 – 15.25 Terry Smith, London, “Broken Voices”
15.35 – 16.55 Johan Grimonprez, tank.tv, London

Marie Losier "Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist"

Wednesday 2 March
10.00 – 11.00 Terry Smith, London, “Broken Voices”
11.10 – 12.30 Filmarmalade presents, London ***
12.40 – 13.00 Nick Laessing, “Researches Undertaken for the Museum of Alessandro Cruto” – Gowen Contemporary, Geneva
13.10 – 13.40 Jessica Voorsanger, “Star Struck”, “The Woody Allen Show” – Peckham Space, London
13.45 – 14.45 Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York ***
14.50 – 15.20 Video Data Bank, Chicago ***
15.30 – 16.05 Phil Coy, “Façade” – FLAMIN (Film London Artists Moving Image Network), London
16.15 – 17.15 Jacob Boeskov, “Empire North” – V1 Gallery, Copenhagen
17.25 – 17.55 Elaine Byrne, “Message to Salinas” – Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin
18.05 – 19.55 Armory & VOLTA NY Gallery Compilation *
20.05 – 20.35 Marie Losier, New York, “Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist”
20.45 – 21.15 CLIMATE: Carolyn Monastra & Megan Cump, New York ***
21.25 – 22.25 Kim Burgess-Driver Collection, London ***

Phil Coy - Facade

Thursday 3 March
10.00 – 11.00 boyleANDshaw, London, “Bang it while ya can NY 2011”
11.10 – 12.30 Simon Pope, “Memory Marathon” – Film and Video Umbrella & Olympic Delivery Authority, London
12.40 – 13.00 Jennifer Levonian, “Take Your Picture With A Puma”, “Buffalo Milk Yogurt”, “Her Slip is Showing” – Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia
13.10 – 14.15 Wellcome Collection, London ***
14.25 – 15.25  tank.tv, Part 1, London ***
15.35 – 16.55 Armory & VOLTA NY Gallery Compilation *
17.05 – 17.35 CLIMATE: Carolyn Monastra & Megan Cump, New York ***
17.45 – 18.55 Brent Green, “Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then” – Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York
19.00 – 21.00 PREMIERE – “New York Influence City” You Know Ltd, London *
21.30 – 22.10 Marie Losier, New York, “Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist”
 

Jem Cohen - in the Climate compilation

Friday 4 March
10.00 – 11.20 Filmarmalade, London ***
11.30 – 11.50 Jesper Just, “Sirens of Chrome”, Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen
12.00 – 12.55 Adelaide Bannerman, London ***
13.10 – 13.40 Jessica Voorsanger, “Star Struck”, “The Woody Allen Show” – Peckham Space, London
13.50 – 15.40 Armory & VOLTA NY Gallery Compilation *
15.50 – 16.50 Jacob Boeskov, “Empire North” – V1 Gallery, Copenhagen
17.00 – 18.00 Oliver Pietsch, “From Here to Eternity” – Nettie Horn, London
18.10 – 18.30 Nick Laessing, “Researches Undertaken for the Museum of Alessandro Cruto” – Gowen Contemporary, Geneva
18.40 – 19.40 George Kuchar, ADA Gallery Gallery, New York **
20.00 – 20.30 PREMIERE Matthew Day Jackson, ”In Search of” – Peter Blum Gallery, New York
Artprojx Late Night Screenings
20.40 – 21.50 Alfred Leslie, “The Cedar Bar” – Allan Stone Gallery, New York
22.00 – 23.10 João Pedro Vale, “Hero, Captain and Stranger”, Filomena Soares Gallery, Lisbon

Jesper Just: Sirens of Chrome

Saturday 5 March
10.00 – 11.10 “New York Influence City” You Know Ltd, London *
11.20 – 11.55 Phil Coy, “Façade” – FLAMIN (Film London Artists Moving Image Network), London
12.05 – 12.35 Elaine Byrne, “Message to Salinas” – Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin
12.45 – 13.45 Kim Burgess-Driver Collection, London ***
13.50 – 14.10 Jennifer Levonian, “Take Your Picture With A Puma”, “Buffalo Milk Yoghurt”, “Her Slip is Showing” – Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia
14.15 – 15.15 Oliver Pietsch, “From Here to Eternity” – Nettie Horn, London
15.25 – 15.45 Jesper Just, “Sirens of Chrome”, Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen
15.55 – 16.55 Shoja Azari, “K”, LTMH Gallery, New York
17.05 – 18.05 George Kuchar, ADA Gallery Gallery, New York **
18.15 – 18.45 The Woodmill, London ***
18.55 – 19.25 Matthew Day Jackson, ”In Search of” – Peter Blum Gallery, New York
19.35 – 20.45 Brent Green, “Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then” – Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York
Artprojx Late Night Screenings
20.55 – 22.15 Alfred Leslie, “The Cedar Bar” – Allan Stone Gallery, New York
22.25 – 23.35 João Pedro Vale, “Hero, Captain and Stranger”, Filomena Soares Gallery, Lisbon

Shoja Azari: "K"

Sunday 6 March
10.00 – 11.20 Simon Pope, “Memory Marathon” – Film and Video Umbrella & Olympic Delivery Authority, London
11.30 – 12.30 Shoja Azari, “K”, LTMH Gallery, New York
12.40 – 13.35 Adelaide Bannerman curates, London ***
13.45 – 14.45 boyleANDshaw, London, “Bang it while ya can NY 2011”
14.55 – 15.55 LUX, London **
16.05 – 17.05 Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York ***

Frederick Hayes

* ARMORY & VOLTA NY GALLERY COMPILATION PROGRAMME:
Mary Reid Kelley, “Sadie, the Saddest Sadist” – Fredericks & Freiser, New York / Pilar Corrias, London / Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles
Diego Lama, “Chimaera” – Galeria Lucia de la Puente, Lima
HC Berg, “A Conversation with HC Berg” – Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki
Erik Schmidt, “Gatecrasher” – Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna / carlier | gebauer, Berlin
Nick Laessing, “Researches Undertaken for the Museum of Alessandro” – Gowen Contemporary, Austria
Tadashi Moriyama, “Flight Home” – Johansson Projects, New York
Ezra Johnson, “Not Me” – Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York
Frederick Hayes, “Civil Defense Small Claims Court (I Didn’t Know Anything)” – Number 35 Gallery, New York
Adrian Paci, “Electric Blue” – Peter Blum Gallery, New York
Luis Gispert, “Turbo Burbo” – Rhona Hoffman Gallery, New York
John Zieman, “Time Suite”
Christina Benz, “Station” – The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London
Kasper Sonne, “The List” – V1 Gallery, Copenhagen / Charles Bank Gallery, New York
** Legendary Potboilers & Melodramas (16MM Films) by George Kuchar
“Wild Night in El Reno”, “Hold Me While I’m Naked”, “Eclipse of the Sun Virgin”, “Nocturne”, “I, An Actress” – ADA Gallery, Richmond/New York
** New Travel-ettes and Thrills! by George Kuchar
“Dribbles”, “Vintage Visits”, “Tummy Ache Times” – ADA Gallery, Richmond/New York
*** PUBLIC ARTS & CURATOR PROGRAMMES:
Adelaide Bannerman, London:
Ben Rivers, “I Know Where I’m Going” / Edith Marie Pasquier, “Blue Hare”, “Wanderer”, “Coyote Daydream”, “Lark of the Border”
CLIMATE: curated by Carolyn Monastra & Megan Cump, New York:
Brent Green, “Carlin” / Carolyn Monastra, “lovely, dark and deep” / Dan Torop, “Ocean” / Jem Cohen, “Blessed Are The Dreams of Men” / Jessica Langley & Ben Kinsley, “Mothers of Mt. Esja” / Karen Azoulay, “The Astronomer’s Mime”
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New YorkTakeshi Murata, “EAI 40th
Anniversary Intro” / Martha Rosler, “Semiotics of the Kitchen: An
Audition” / Jaime Davidovich, “The Live! Show Promo” /
Kristin Lucas, “Background Story” / Takeshi Murata, “Infinity Doors” /
Cynthia Maughan, Selected Works / Andrew Lampert, “Am I From
Brooklyn?”
Filmarmalade presents, London:
Aukje Dekker, Versus” / Kristian De La Riva, “Cut” / Luciano Zubillaga, “Music For A Missing Film” / Ralitza Petrova, “By The Grace Of God”
Kim Burgess-Driver Collection:
David Blandy, “Child of the Atom” / Matt Calderwood, “Ladder”, “Rope”, “Battery”, “Cuff”, “Gloss” / Dinu Li, “Family Village” / Lynne Marsh, “Stadium” / Emily Richardson, “Petrolia”
LUX, London:
Ed Atkins, “Death Mask 2: The Scent” / David Raymond Conroy, Ramon Requilman Live” / Mark Leckey, “Concrete Vache” / Laure Prouvost, “The Artist” / James Richards, “Misty Suite” / Mark Aerial Waller, “Phantom Avantgarde”
tank.tv, London:
Jeremy Deller & Chrissie Iles, “A Discussion” / Maria Marshall, “Matthew” / Mounir Fatmi, “Architecture Now 1”, “Architecture Now 2”, “I Live on the 3rd Floor”  / Ruth Paxton, “She Wanted to be Burnt”
The Woodmill, London:
Adam Christensen / Alastair Frazer / Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann / Chris Clarke / Jasiek Mischke / Lucky PDF / Patricia Lennox-Boyd / Patrick Coyle / Richard Sides / Sidsel Christensen / Una Knox
Video Data Bank, Chicago:
Dani Leventhal, “Hearts are Trump Again” / Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke, “Everybody” / Michael Gitlin, “Dust Studies” / Nicolas Provost, “Storyteller” / Sterling Ruby, “Hiker”
Wellcome Collection, London:
Aura Satz, “Sound Seam” / Jordan Baseman, “Tape 1 Tape 2”  / Marion Coutts, “26 Things” / Shona Illingworth, “Balnakiel”
You Know Limited, London:
Alex Noyer, Alex Dunn, Rob Wilton, Stuart Birchall, “New York Influence City”
Artprojx Cinema is at the SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd St between 8th & 9th Avenues
 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

David Gryn: +44 (0)7711 127 848 

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

artprojxcinema@gmail.com

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

PRESS RELEASE

1 February 2011

ARTPROJX CINEMA TO FEATURE OVER 90 ARTISTS’ FILMS & VIDEOS

IN NEW POP UP CINEMA VENTURE IN ASSOCIATION WITH

THE ARMORY SHOW AND VOLTA NY, MARCH 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.

ARTPROJX CINEMA at the SVA THEATRE, NEW YORK

in association with THE ARMORY SHOW & VOLTA NY

1-6 MARCH 2011

10am TILL LATE

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

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

David Gryn: +44 (0)7711 127 848

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

artprojxcinema@gmail.com

GALLERIES AND THEIR SELECTED ARTISTS:

• 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 

PUBLIC ART ORGANIZATIONS AND CURATORIAL PROJECTS – SELECTED ARTISTS:

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 •

InArt InStars InStyle, Moscow – images

In Art, Artprojx, David Gryn, Film and Video, Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich, Hussein Chalayan, Instyle, Jeremy Deller, Jessica Voorsanger, Laurie Simmons, Max Wigram, Meryl Streep, Michael Gondry, Moscow, Nicholas Abrahams, Oriana Fox, Sam Taylor-Wood, Screenings, Slater Bradley, Solyanka State Gallery, Stuart Pearson Wright, Tilda Swinton, Video, Video Art, White Cube on 13/07/2010 at 11:14 pm

ИНФОРМАЦИЮ НА РУССКОМ ЧИТАЙТЕ НИЖЕ

INSTYLE MAGAZINE RUSSIA presents

INART, INSTARS, INSTYLE

June 24 – Sep 11

Featuring: Nicholas Abrahams, Sarah Baker, Slater Bradley, Hussein Chalayan, Jeremy Deller, Oriana Fox, Michael Gondry, Jeremy Deller, Stuart Pearson Wright, Laurie Simmons, Sam Taylor-Wood, Jessica Voorsanger.

Selected by David Gryn and Pinky Ghundale

at Solyanka State Gallery, Moscow

as part of the XXII Moscow International Film Festival

see www.artprojx.com

InArt. InStars. InStyle at Solyanka State Gallery, Moscow 24 June – 11 Sept

In Art, Artprojx, David Gryn, Film, Film and Video, Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich, Gryn, Hussein Chalayan, Instyle, Jeremy Deller, Jessica Voorsanger, Laurie Simmons, Max Wigram, Meryl Streep, Michael Gondry, Moscow, Nicholas Abrahams, Oriana Fox, Pinky Ghundale, riflemaker, Sam Taylor-Wood, Sarah Baker, Screenings, Slater Bradley, Solyanka State Gallery, Stuart Pearson Wright, Video Art, White Cube on 23/06/2010 at 7:28 am

curated by David Gryn and Pinky Ghundale

ИНФОРМАЦИЮ НА РУССКОМ ЧИТАЙТЕ НИЖЕ
INSTYLE MAGAZINE RUSSIA presents
HOW TO KILL A CELEBRITY
InArt. InStars. InStyle
June 24 – Sep 11
Featuring: Nicholas Abrahams, Sarah Baker, Slater Bradley, Hussein Chalayan, Jeremy Deller, Oriana Fox, Michael Gondry
Jeremy Deller, Stuart Pearson Wright, Laurie Simmons, Sam Taylor-Wood, Jessica Voorsanger.
Curated by David Gryn, Pinky Ghundale and Katya Bochavar
AT
Solyanka State Gallery
Solyanka street, 1/2 bld. 2 (access from ulitsa Zabelina)
Gallery hours
Tue-Thur, Sat-Sun 12-8pm, last admission 7.30pm
Fri 12pm-12am, last admission 11.30pm
Late director’s/ curator’s tour of the current exhibition – every Friday 11pm as of July 2
Admission 120 rub
AS A PART OF
XXII Moscow International Film Festival
This is a pre-inaugural show for the new state museum space SOLYANKA VPA (Video. Performance. Animation) planning to open this coming autumn

Slater Bradley - Intermission

Love Your Celebrity as You Love Yourself
Unless he is painter Nikas Safronov or sculptor Marc Quinn, the real artist is obliged to hate celebrities.
The show InArt. InStars. InStyle explores the electricity between artists and celebrities – for example, between Sam Taylor-Wood and her fellow celebrities the Klitschko brothers. Or between fashion-world wizard Hussein Chalayan and Tilda Swinton, who in the video The Absent Presence literally performs magic by steaming DNA sequences from the clothing of ordinary, non-British Londoners (contemporary art without politics is not contemporary art). Or between the stunning Meryl Streep and Laurie Simmons, who is not only an artist, but wrote all the lyrics to the songs in the gorgeous musical The Music of Regret. Or between one of Britain’s most uncompromising contemporary artists,Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller, and the shadow of Depeche Mode, whom Jeremy and his collaborator Nicholas Abrahams followed round the world for their documentary The Posters Came from the Walls without once showing them onscreen.

Oriana Fox - Workout

Shadows and doppelgängers are the focus of this show. Swinton performing her witchery, Michael Jackson melting in the snow (Slater Bradley’s Intermission), Keira Knightley lost amidst a neatly trimmed green labyrinth: the artists want the stars to drown, to stew in the juices of their own myths. What matters to the artists is not only taking a swipe at the celebs, but also mentally (or even literally, as in the cases of Oriana Fox, Jessica Voorsanger, Sarah Baker, and, in a slightly different vein, Stuart Pearson Wright) substituting themselves for the stars and then viewing the results from the sidelines. Video is the most fitting genre for this sort of viewing – a funhouse mirror, as it were. But that’s okay: we get the picture.
In the same way, slowly but surely, Solyanka State Gallery is transforming itself from a universal gallery space into a museum project wholly devoted to screen culture. This autumn we will explain to you what Solyanka VPA (Video. Performance. Animation) is all about, but for now just gaze into the eyes of the artists and their stars and don’t worry about mixing them up. However much this might anger the artists, this show essentially places a big, fat equals sign between artists and celebrities.
text by Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich Director, Solyanka State Gallery

Hussein Chalayan's Absent Presence with Tilda Swinton

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
Nicholas Abrahams
Sarah Baker
Slater Bradley
Hussein Chalayan
Jeremy Deller
Oriana Fox
Michael Gondry
Jeremy Deller
Stuart Pearson Wright
Laurie Simmons
Sam Taylor-Wood
Jessica Voorsanger
Curated by David Gryn, Pinky Ghundale, Katya Bochavar

Jeremy Deller & Nicholas Abraham's The Posters Came From The Walls

ПРОЕКТ ЖУРНАЛА InStyle
24 июня – 11 сентября
Сэм Тейлор Вуд, Джереми Деллер, Мишель Гондри, Хусейн Чалаян и ещё 10 важнейших видеохудожников мира
VS
Кира Найтли, братья Кличко, Мерил Стрип, Бьорк, Тильда Суинтон, и ещё 15 главных мировых звёзд
в рамках выставки
InArt. InStars. InStyle.
в пространстве
Государственной галереи на Солянке (ул. Солянка, д. 1/2, стр. 2, вход с улицы Забелина)
Часы работы галереи:
Вт-чт, сб-вс, 12:00 – 20:00, касса работает до 19:30
Пт, 12:00 – 00:00, касса работает до 23:30
Ночная экскурсия по выставке с директором/ куратором галереи каждую пятницу с 23:00 со 2 июля
Вход 120 р.
под эгидой
XXII Московского Международного Кинофестиваля
Эта выставка предвосхитит открытие нового государственного музейного проекта СОЛЯНКА ВПА (Видео. Перформанс. Анимация)
Кураторы: Дэвид Грин, Катя Бочавар.
ВОЗЛЮБИ СЕЛЕБРИТИ КАК САМОЕ СЕБЯ
Настоящий художник обязан ненавидеть знаменитостей, если только он не живописец Никас Сафронов и не скульптор Марк Куинн.

Chalayan installation shot, Moscow

Выставка InArt. InStars. InStyle показывает связь и электричество между словом artist и словом celebrity – вот, к примеру, между Сэм Тейлор-Вуд и ее братьями по селебрити-цеху Кличко. Между удивительным колдуном фэшн-сцены Хуссейном Чалаяном и его тоже в своем роде сестрой Тильдой Суинтон (в видео «Отсутствие присутствия»/The Absent Presenсe она и правда колдует, выпаривая ген ДНК из одежды обычных лондонцев необычных национальностей – совр. искусство без политики – никакое не совр. искусство). Между умопомрачительной Мэрил Стрип и не только художницей, но и автором всех текстов песен этого прекрасного мюзикла («Музыка отчаяния», Music Of Regret) Лори Симмонс. Между, очевидно, одним из самых непримиримых современных художников Британии, лауреатом Тернеровской премии Джереми Деллером – и тенью группы Depeche Mode, которую Джереми вместе со своим соавтором, Николасом Абрамсом, преследовал по всему миру – но так ни разу и не помещает в кадр.

3 minute round by Sam Taylor Wood

Тени и доппельгангеры (призрачные двойники) – вообще, наверное, главная тема этой выставки. Колдующая Суинтон, тающий в снегах Майкл Джексон («Большая перемена»/Intermission Слейтера Брэдли), теряющаяся в аккуратно постриженном зеленом лабиринте Кира Найтли – художники хотят, чтобы звезды утонули, растворились в вареве собственного мифа. Им важно не только поглумиться над селебом – но и, на всякий случай, мысленно (или вполне буквально, как Ориана Фокс, Джессика Фозенгер, Сара Бейкер или – в несколько ином ключе, но все же – Стюарт Пирсон-Райт) подставить на место звезды самое себя. И посмотреть на это со стороны, благо видео – самый удачный для такого смотрения жанр: такое себе кривое зеркало – но ничего, суть различима.

Jessica Voorsanger in Stage Struck

Так, медленно, но верно, Государственная галерея на Солянке из выставочной площадки универсального применения обращается в музейный проект, полностью посвященный экранной культуре. Этой осенью мы объясним вам, что такое СОЛЯНКА ВПА (Видео. Перформанс. Анимация), – а пока что смотрите в глаза художникам и их звездам и, не беспокоясь, путайте их между собой – в сущности, как бы художники ни сердились, этот выставочный проект ставит жирный знак равенства между двумя словами – artist и celebrity.

Sarah Baker - Studs

Федор Павлов-Андреевич,
директор,
Государственная галерея на Солянке
В ВЫСТАВКЕ УЧАСТВУЮТ:
Николас Абрамс
Сара Бейкер
Слейтер Брэдли
Мишель Гондри
Джереми Деллер
Стюарт Пирсон-Райт
Лори Симмонс
Сэм Тейлор-Вуд
Джессика Фозенгер
Ориана Фокс
Хусейн Чалаян

ИНФОРМАЦИЮ НА РУССКОМ ЧИТАЙТЕ НИЖЕ

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Laurie Simmons - Music of Regret