Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Moving Image New York 2012 : Artists and Participating Galleries and Non-Profit Institutions

Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair, is very pleased to announce the artists and participating galleries and non-profit institutions in our 2012 New York edition. Returning to the Waterfront Tunnel event space, March 8-11, 2012, with an international selection of 30 single-channel videos and installations from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and North America, Moving Image has been conceived to offer a viewing experience with the excitement and vitality of a fair, while allowing moving-image-based artworks to be understood and appreciated on their own terms.

Highlighting the program are works by historically influential artists, including legendary American experimental filmmaker Ken Jacobs (presented by Electronic Arts Intermix, New York); Austrian Post-war feminist icon VALIE EXPORT (presented by Charim Gallery, Vienna, Austria); and Zhang Peili, "the Father of Chinese video art" (presented by Saamlung, Hong Kong, China).

New works in the program by noted emerging artists include videos by Kate Gilmore (presented by Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel) and Alex Prager (presented by Yancey Richardson, New York, NY). Even newer names are represented by Brooklyn's Interstate Projects, presenting work by Jesse McLean, and Los Angeles' The Company, presenting works by Jesse Fleming and Alexa Gerrity. We are also very excited to present several large-scale installations, including works by Josh Azzerella (presented by DCKT, New York), Daniel Phillips (presented by DODGEgallery, New York, NY); and Janet Biggs (presented by Winkleman Gallery, New York).

For updates on exhibitors and our special panel discussion programming information, please visit the Moving Image website www.moving-image.info.


Participating Artists / Presented by galleries and non-profit institutions
(as of February 13, 2012)

AES+F / Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne / Sydney, Australia)

Sama Alshaibi / Lawrie Shabibi (Duabi, UAE)

Josh Azzarella / DCKT Contemporary (New York)

Janet Biggs / Winkleman Gallery (New York, NY)

Eelco Brand / [DAM] Berlin | Cologne (Berlin, Germany)

Josef Dabernig / Andreas Huber (Vienna, Austria)

Song Dong & Yin Xiuzhen / Chambers Fine Art (New York, NY)

Valie Export / Charim Gallery (Vienna, Austria)

Jesse Fleming / The Company (Los Angeles, CA)

Alexa Gerrity / The Company (Los Angeles, CA)

Kate Gilmore / Braverman Gallery (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Christopher K. Ho / Winkleman Gallery (New York, NY)

Susanne Hofer / Christinger De Mayo (Zurich, Switzerland)

Ken Jacobs / Electronic Arts Intermix (New York, NY)

Yael Kanarek / bitforms gallery (New York, NY)

Kelly Kleinschrodt / Carter & Citizen (Los Angeles, CA)

Mary Lucier / Lennon Weinberg (New York, NY)

Jesse McLean / Interstate Projects (Brooklyn, NY)

Jaakko Pallasvuo / Future Gallery (Berlin, Germany)

Zhang Peili / Saamlung (Hong Kong)

Jenny Perlin / Galerie M+R Fricke (Berlin, Germany)

Daniel Phillips / DODGEgallery (New York, NY)

Alex Prager / Yancey Richardson Gallery (New York, NY)

Hunter Reynolds / P.P.O.W Gallery (New York, NY)

Miguel Angel Rojas / Sicardi Gallery (Houston, TX)

Mariateresa Sartori / Galleria Michela Rizzo (Venice, Italy)

Jaan Toomik / Temnikova & Kasela Gallery (Tallinn, Estonia)

Stafanos Tsivopoulos / prometeogallery di Ida Pisani (Milan, Italy)

Martha Wilson / P.P.O.W Gallery (New York, NY)

Marina Zurkow / bitforms gallery (New York, NY)

Moving Image
March 8-11, 2012

Waterfront New York Tunnel
269 11th Avenue
Between 27th and 28th Streets
New York, NY 10001

Thursday - Saturday, March 8-10, 2012: 11 am - 8 pm
Sunday, March 11, 2012: 11 am - 4 pm

Opening Reception: Sponsored by Bacardi and 42Below Vodka, Thursday, March 8, 6-8 pm



Moving Image is delighted to announce a unique partnership with New York City’s premier contemporary art fair, The Armory Show. Moving Image will curate the inaugural edition of ‘Armory Film,’ a series featuring an international selection of leading contemporary video and experimental films.

Screenings will take place during the course of the fair and will be shown in the dedicated Media Lounge on Pier 94. Please check www.thearmoryshow.com for details in the coming weeks.

Free Shuttle Buses run from main entrance of The Armory Show to the main entrance of Moving Image throughout the fair.


Moving Image's New York 2012 Curatorial Advisory Committee

  • Viktor Misiano, Independent Curator and Critic, Chief-Editor, Moscow Art Magazine (Moscow/Ceglie-Messapica, Italy)
  • Elizabeth Neilson, Director, Zabludowicz Collection (London)
  • Berta Sichel, Curator-at-large at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, independent curator and art writer (Madrid/Berlin)
  • Stephanie Roach, Director, The FLAG Art Foundation (New York)
  • Dr. Stephan Urbaschek, Independent Curator (Munich)

Moving Image Team

Co-Founder, Murat Orozobekov

Co-Founder, Edward Winkleman

Director, Janet Phelps

Managing Director, Jay Grimm

Media Partners and Sponsors

  • Ogilvy Art
  • Ogilvy Digital Lab
  • Art in America
  • Safiniart
  • Electronic Arts Intermix
  • The Art Newspaper
  • Artnet
  • The James Hotel New York
  • Encanto Vineyards
  • Hotel Americano Chelsea New York
  • Dazian Creative Fabric Environments
  • 42Below Vodka
  • FAD Website
  • Gallerist.com

Moving Image

March 8-11, 2012

Waterfront New York Tunnel

261 11th Avenue (between 27th and 28th Streets)

New York, NY 10001

T: (1) 212.643.3152

E: contact@moving-image.info


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Video Art is perhaps the final Frontier in Art . I think painting will always be King thou. I was at a lecture last month it was about the History of Performance and Video Art. Most of the crowd was over 65. The majority of the crowd did not like the art ,I know it Scared them . They did not like being confronted with the ugly truth. A couple Chris Burden works were discussed I think they are as powerful as any Caravaggio.

Marina Abramović was also discussed she also made the crowd uneasy. She cut's right to the bone.

This might be the most powerful image of the last 100 years. Vietnam execution. I remember this image and I am pretty sure Walter Cronkite and CBS showed the actual execution on the evening news http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGrsw6m9UOY

2/17/2012 11:11:00 AM  

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