VernissageTV Art TV

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Video podcast that covers opening receptions / previews of selected art venues and interviews artists and other protagonists of the world of contemporary art, design and architecture. Web site: www.vernissage.tv

Pace Gallery Beijing presents a solo show by Zhang Xiaogang. Beijing Voice features new works of painting that combine contemporary elements with Chinese traditional motifs, where the artist brings memory and history to the present. An exhibition about despair, melancholy and isolation, showing family members imbued in grey environments in …
In this video, we attend the opening of mixed-media artist Jon Kessler's current solo exhibition at the Swiss Institute Contemporary Art in New York. Titled The Web, the show is a large-scale immersive and interactive installation the visitor can participate in by downloading a special iPhone app (Jon Kessler's The …
White Columns in New York just opened the first solo exhibition in the United States by the New York-based Norwegian artist Sverre Bjertnes. The show is titled If you really loved me you would be able to admit that you're ashamed of me, and has been developed by Sverre Bjertnes …
Galleria Continua in Beijing presents the first solo exhibition in China by the Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere. The artist has been using organic materials since 1990s, such as horse hair, skin, wood, wax, and many others as a starting point to produce disturbing and alienated sculptures. Her works stages …
The Architectural Ellipsis at Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco in Mexico City is a project by Ruth Estévez and Javier Toscano. It “explores the possibility of thinking through the consequences of an architectural reason that wants to go beyond both the ordering subjectivity of its creators, producers and critics, and the …
In this video, the artists Lita Albuquerque and Mollie McKinley talk about their collaboration for Spring/Break Art Show 2013 in New York. Their project is curated by Natalie Kovacs. Interview with Lita Albuquerque and Mollie McKinley at Spring/Break Art Show 2013. New York, March 5,2013. More info via VTV contemporary …
At The Art Show 2013 in New York, the art fair organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), Michael Werner Gallery presents a solo exhibition with new work by the artist Aaron Curry. In this video, Birte Kleemann (Director, Michael Werner Gallery, New York), provides us with a …
The Armory Show 2013 March 7, 2013
This year, The Armory Show in New York celebrates its ‘Centennial’ edition with over 200 galleries that present modern and contemporary art. Many galleries honor the legacy of the original Armory show of 1913 with their exhibits and stand concept. This video provides you with a walkthrough of the fair …
Spring/Break Art Show in an old schoolhouse in Mott Street, New York, is a curator-driven art fair. The fair is in its second year. For 2013, the title is New Mysticism. 22 curators show work by more than 80 artists, who, according to the organizers, explore how digital semiotics, the …
Proyecto Basurto is an exhibition project conceived by the Los Angeles-based gallery Steve Turner Contemporary. Proyecto Basurto is a pop-up exhibition in Mexico City, featuring works by seven artists: Parker Ito, Edgar Orlaineta, Sarah Rara, Pablo Rasgado, Javier M. Rodriguez, Rafaël Rozendaal and Fabiola Torres-Alzaga. The exhibition is held in …
The group show How Do I Look? at the art center Roots & Culture in Chicago presents drawing, photography, video, and sculpture by the artists Edie Fake, Erin Leland, Aay Preston-Myint, Michael Sirianni, Latham Zearfoss. The press release explains that “the five artists in this show are together concerned with …
The current exhibition at Ignacio Liprandi Gallery in Buenos Aires presents French artist Mathieu Mercier. On the occasion of his first exhibition at the gallery, Mathieu Mercier presents a series of recent works and works yet unpublished in Argentina. Mathieu Mercier was born in 1970 in Conflans-Sainte- Honorine. He lives …
This is a re-mastered and re-edited version of VernissageTV's coverage of mixed media sculptor Jon Kessler's 2007 exhibition at the gallery Arndt and Partner in Berlin. For The Blue Period at Arndt & Partner Jon Kessler created a complex installation using surveillance cameras, life size foam corn figures, and other …
DRAFT is the first exhibition of artist Michelle Grabner's work at Autumn Space Gallery in Chicago. In this show, Michelle Grabner presents five large scale works and an edition. Included in the exhibition are a monochromatic woven gesso relief and a collaborative sculpture with Michelle Grabner's husband Brad Killam. Michelle …
The current exhibition at Galería Alberto Senderos in Buenos Aires, Argentina, presents Carrie Schneider's work Burning House. For this piece, Carrie Schneider filmed and photographed a house that stands on fire during different seasons, weather, and times of day. To achieve this, Schneider built a small house for each setting …
In this video we have a look at Brazilian artist Laura Lima's work for the new curatorial program Sexta Sur of Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC). For the love of dissent is the title of the first series of exhibitions held as part of the Sexta Sur project. The …
Engaging Perspectives: New Art From Singapore, an exhibition organized by the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Singapore's new art center at Gillman Barracks, presents artworks by the artists Ang Song Nian, Black Baroque Committee, Mike Chang, Nah Yong En, Bruce Quek, Singapore Psychogeographical Society, Frayn Yong, Jasper Yu, and …
Splendid Playground is the title of a retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in New York that highlights the work of Japan's avant-garde collective Gutai. Gutai (具体) was founded by Yoshihara Jirō in 1954. From 1954 until 1972, the Gutai group totaled 59 Japanese artists, who explored new art forms combining …
In 2013 Martin Kippenberger, the enfant terrible of the German art scene, would have celebrated his 60th birthday. On this occasion, Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin is dedicating a special exhibition to the artist, who died in 1997 due to an excessive life. The show characterizes Martin Kippenberger as an artist, …
Ferdinand Hodler is considered as the best-known Swiss painter of the 19th century. Hodler is known for his portraits and nature and landscape images, especially those of the Swiss mountains and lakes. Hodler's paintings had a major influence on Switzerland's picture and perception of itself. At the same time, he …