Friday, March 02, 2012

Next Week : Moving Image, Armory Film, The Armory Show

As you may have noticed, postings have been rather sporadic around here lately, to say the least. Over the past few months we have been preparing for the New York Moving Image fair, organizing the inaugural Armory Film presentation, and organizing our booth at The Armory Show. Oh, yeah, and we've been running the gallery all the while. To say we've been insanely, super, nearly bonkers busy is to employ an absurd degree of euphemism.

But...our extremely hard-working (if long-suffering) team has been stellar (really super thanks to Jay, Alex, Janet, Andrew, MTV, and the team of Moving Image interns!'re all stars to Murat and me!) and as I sit here typing, on the cusp of it all, I find myself remarkably calm. Things are in very good shape.

Below you'll find more information about the events we're involved in over the next week. I can hardly imagine as it begins in earnest that I'll have any time to blog, but I look forward to more regular posts on the other side. Hope to see you at the fairs!

Moving Image

Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair, returns to New York's Waterfront Tunnel, March 8-11, 2012, with 31 artists presenting single-channel videos, sculptures, and installations represented by galleries from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and North America. Moving Image was 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. For the 2012 edition, we are delighted to announce an expanded program of presentations and panels, including what promise to be very lively discussions on conservation and preservation of video artwork, the future of video art technology, and what you actually get when you buy video art.

Highlights of the 2012 New York program includes works by highly influential experimental filmmaker Ken Jacobs (presented by Electronic Arts Intermix, New York) and legendary pioneer of conceptual art, VALIE EXPORT (presented by Charim Galerie, Vienna, Austria). Along with a 2003 work by Zhang Peili (Saamlung, Hong Kong), widely considered the father of Chinese video art; a new work by renowned New York artist Mary Lucier (Lennon, Weinberg, New York), and an installation by the celebrated Estonian artist Jaan Toomik (Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia), these works reflect Moving Image's dedication to presenting historically important artworks (image below from Toomik's 2004 video, Seagulls).

Moving Image New York 2012 also presents several large-scale installations, including works by Martha Wilson (PPOW, New York), AES+F (Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne/Sydney, Australia) Janet Biggs (Winkleman Gallery, New York), Josh Azzarella (DCKT Contemporary, New York), and Daniel Phillips (DODGEGallery, New York).

New works in the program by emerging artists include videos by Kate Gilmore (Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel); Alex Prager ( Yancey Richardson, New York, NY); Jesse McLean (Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, New York); and Jesse Fleming (The Company, Los Angeles, CA; image below from Fleming's 2012 video, The Snail and the Razor).

We are very pleased to announce the full list of participating artists and galleries, as well as the schedule of events, for Moving Image 2012:

Artists / Participating Galleries

AES+F / Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne / Sydney, Australia)
Sama Alshaibi / Lawrie Shabibi (Dubai, UAE)
Josh Azzarella / DCKT Contemporary (New York, NY)
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)
Julia Kul / Postmasters (New York, NY)
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 and Kasela Gallery (Tallinn, Estonia)
Stefanos Tsivopoulos / prometeogallery di Ida Pisani (Milan, Italy)
Martha Wilson / P.P.O.W Gallery (New York, NY)
Marina Zurkow / bitforms gallery (New York, NY)

Schedule of Events

Thursday, March 8, 2012

11:00 AM- 8:00 PM
: Admission Is Free

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM : Opening Reception

Friday, March 9, 2012

11:00 AM- 8:00 PM :
Admission Is Free

5:00-6:30 PM
Hidden Treasure: Special Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) Presentation on Video Preservation

EAI Executive Director Lori Zippay will discuss EAI’s pioneering video preservation program, exploring how this initiative has led to the “rediscovery” of significant but virtually unknown early works by artists. Anthony Ramos’s rarely seen, politically charged performance videos of the early 1970s will be featured (with other seminal works) as examples of how preservation can result not only in technical restoration, but also in the restoration and illumination of forgotten histories.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

11:00 AM- 8:00 PM : Admission Is Free

12:00 -1:30 PM
Panel Discussion : Moving Image Technology of Tomorrow

Moderated by Bridgette Howard (Ogilvy Digital Lab, New York)
Panelists include Jacob Gaboury (staff writer and Doctoral Candidate, Media, Culture and Communication, New York University); Steven Sacks (owner of bitforms gallery, New York); and Anne Spalter (artist and digital art collector, Providence, RI).

2:00 – 3:30 pm
Moving Image Spotlight Panel : What Do You Get When You Buy Video Art?

Moderated by Rebecca Cleman (Distribution Director, Electronic Arts Intermix, New York)
Panelists include Lisa Dorin (Associate Curator at The Art Institute of Chicago); Jefferson Godard (video collector, Chicago); Berta Sichel (Curator-at-large at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, independent curator and art writer, Madrid/Berlin); and Fabienne Stephan (Curator, Salon 94, New York)

Sunday, March 11, 2012

11:00 AM- 4:00 PM :
Admission Is Free

For updates on programming information, please visit our website or contact Ed Winkleman at 212.643.3152 or

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 gratefully acknowledges the support of our 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

  • Aesthetica

  • ArtNow Online


Moving Image

March 8-11, 2012

Waterfront New York Tunnel

269 11th Avenue (between 27th and 28th Streets)

New York, NY 10001

T: (1) 212.643.3152



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

Sunday, March 11, 2012: 11 am - 4 pm

Moving Image New York 2012

Murat Orozobekov, Co-founder

Edward Winkleman, Co-founder

Janet Phelps, Director

Jay Grimm, Managing Director

Amory Film

The Armory Show announces The Wall Street Journal Media Lounge Programming

This year, and for the first time, The Armory Show will present a dedicated media lounge, sponsored by The Wall Street Journal. The lounge will feature the OPEN FORUM talk series, curated by Amanda Parmer, which will draw on the distinctions and affinities between the Nordic Countries and the United States; Armory Performance, curated by Jacob Fabricius, featuring artists active in the Nordic Region and in the United States; and our inaugural edition of Armory Film, curated by Moving Image, which will highlight a selection of the leading contemporary film and video artists represented by Armory Show exhibitors.

Located on Pier 94, The Wall Street Journal Media Lounge will serve as the intellectual hub of the 2012 fair, offering a convivial space to engage with the leading cultural producers of our day.

Alex Prager, Despair, Film Still 2, 2010_Wincklemann 2
Image Credit: Alex Prager: Despair, 2012, (Still), Courtesy Yancey Richardson Gallery.

Armory Film: Curated by Moving Image

The Armory Show and the Moving Image Fair have partnered to present the inaugural edition of Armory Film, a selection of leading contemporary video and experimental films featuring artists represented by Armory Show exhibitors. Screenings will take place in The Wall Street Journal Media Lounge on Pier 94. Schedule and programming as follows:

Wednesday, March 7, 5:00-6:00PM: Flight, 2011 by Liz Magic Laser with actors Nic Grelli, Elizabeth Hodur, Liz Micek, Michael Wiener, Lia Woertendyke and Max Woertendyke followed by a Q&A with the artist and cast. (Represented by Derek Eller Gallery, Booth 520, Pier 94)

Thursday, March 8–Saturday, March 10, 5:00-8:00pm
Sunday, March 11, 4:00-7:00pm

Nancy Atakan: Lost Suitcase, 2009
Pi ARTWORKS, Istanbul
(Booth 834, Pier 94)

Brody Condon: Saks, 2010
On Stellar Rays, New York
(Booth 521, Pier 94)

Mathieu Dufois: Momento Mori, 2011
A.L.F.A., Paris (Booth 132, Pier 92)

Rico Gatson: Gun Play, 2001
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts,
New York (Booth 824, Pier 94)

Cao Guimarães: Limbo, 2011
Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paolo
(Booth 706, Pier 94)

Gavin Hipkins: This Fine Island, 2012
Starkwhite, Auckland
(Booth 836, Pier 94)

Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley: The Syphilis of
Sisyphus, 2011
Fredericks & Freiser, New York
(Booth 816, Pier 94)

Jennifer Levonian: The Oven Sky, 2011
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia
(Booth 138, Pier 92)

Ho Tzu Nyen: The Cloud of Unknowing, 2011
Singapore Tyler Print Institute,
Singapore (Booth 623, Pier 94)

John Pilson: Long Story Shorts, 2011
Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery,
New York (Booth 534, Pier 94)

Liliana Porter: Matinee, Matiné, 2009
Sicardi Gallery, Houston
(Booth 434, Pier 92)

Alex Prager: Despair, 2012
Yancey Richardson Gallery,
New York (Booth 254, Pier 92)

Andres Serrano (edited by Vincent Velazquez): I Declare, 2012
Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art,
New York (Booth 604, Pier 94)

Adam Shecter: Last Men, 2011
Eleven Rivington, New York
(Booth 819, Pier 94)

Tom Thayer: Old Smelly Haircut, 2008
Derek Eller Gallery, New York
(Booth 520, Pier 94)

Leslie Thornton: SONGS One Two Three, 2012
Winkleman Gallery, New York
(Booth 536, Pier 94)

Suh Dong Wook: Rue du theatre obscur, 2007
ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul
(Booth 515, Pier 94)

Karen Yasinsky: This Room is White, 2011
Mireille Mosler, Ltd., New York
(Booth 136, Pier 92)

ZimmerFrei: Panorama_Roma, 2004
(Booth 538, Pier 94)

The Armory Show

Winkleman Gallery is pleased to present a Solo Project of new work by Jennifer Dalton at the 2012 edition of The Armory Show, to be held from March 8 – 11, 2012, on Pier 94 on Manhattan’s West Side. Our booth number is 536. This will be the first time that Winkleman Gallery has participated in The Armory Show.

Jennifer Dalton is well-known for her investigations into the nature of success in the art world and in the culture at large. Leavened with humor, her work often focuses on the biases inherent in the process by which winners and losers are chosen and the dilemmas presented by inevitable clashes of artistic ideals and market logic. Using a wide range of media and strategies that embrace the hand-made as well as the mass-produced, Dalton does not presume to answer the questions that she poses. Finding the most honest questions to ask is an end in itself.

Dalton created an entirely new body of work for Winkleman Gallery’s presentation at The Armory Show, including Paradox Party Favors, a work in which viewers are invited to fish a wrapped candy out through a small hole in a vitrine. Each candy wrapper is inscribed with one of four personal existential paradoxes inspired by the tension between the purity of theory and the reality of practice. The sweet offering to the audience, then, is not so much a gift as an invitation to consider the part that they themselves may play in the process by which art gains value.

Another work, Top Ten Collector-ibles 2011, is an updated look at a subject Dalton first visited in 2006. In this piece, an enclosed shelf is filled with ten mounted plastic superhero figurines representing the “top” ten collectors of art as defined by ArtNews in 2011. Each figurine, labeled with the collector's name and the source of his or her fortune, carries tiny hand-made shopping bags inscribed with the type of artwork collected, humorously transforming each of these people into tiny superheroes, spoofing the very real power that each of them possess.

A life-sized cutout photograph of the artist herself will stand in front of a large banner image of a glamorous party. Titled Art Is So Fabulous, Isn't It?, this work invites visitors to The Armory Show to take their own photographs simulating a personal encounter with Dalton in a party setting. Here again, the artist is encouraging the viewer to both participate in and question the process that assigns value to art.

A series of works on paper as well as an special interactive sculpture that will make innovative use of The Armory Show 2012 VIP cards will round out the booth, which is located in the “Solo Project” section, a new addition to the fair this year. Winkleman is extremely pleased to be presenting Jennifer Dalton in its first appearance at the Armory Fair; during her long relationship with the gallery she has had five solo shows over the past ten years. Recent exhibitions for Dalton include the upcoming group show “Data Deluge” at the Marfa Ballroom, a Texas non-profit space, and a solo show at the FLAG Art Foundation in 2010.

For more information, please contact Ed Winkleman at or Jay Grimm at or call us at 212.643.3152.

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We are also very pleased to announce the screening of "SONG: One Two, Three," a new film by Leslie Thornton, making its world debut at The Armory Show as part of Armory Film, a new video and experimental film program. Leslie's film will screen as part of the program organized by the Moving Image team.

Leslie Thornton, 'SONG One Two Three" (video still), 2012, single-channel video, 14 minutes.

Armory Film screenings are daily 5-8pm in the The Wall Street Journal Media Lounge, Pier 94, 55th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattan.

For more information, visit the Armory Show website or please contact Ed Winkleman at or 212.643.3152.

Labels: Armory Film, Art Fairs, Moving Image, The Armory Show


Blogger findingfabulous said...

Looks great best of luck with the show

3/02/2012 11:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Light em up Lads !!!!!!!!

3/02/2012 01:01:00 PM  
Blogger Iris said...

Congratulations, wow! wish you best of success with all these projects! Hope to run into you this year again!

3/05/2012 01:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Edward ,next time I am in New York please introduce me to the Ginger on the Telephone !

3/08/2012 11:50:00 AM  

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