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

The exhibition Sensing Place at House of Electronic Arts in Basel (Switzerland) engages with urban developments, new digital infrastructure and municipal space concepts. The exhibition seeks to address this reconfiguration of the public space by means of an increasing overlap of the digital spheres of information and geographical reality. Several …
Till Nowak is a digital artist, designer and filmmaker based in Hamburg. On the occasion of his solo exhibition within the framework of the festival Sommer.Frische.Kunst in Bad Gastein (Austria) we met with the artist at the old power station of the town. In this video, Till Nowak talks about …
Mexico City's art gallery Proyectos Monclova inaugurated its new space in Colonia with a solo show by Mexican artist Eduardo Terrazas. The gallery represents the artists Edgardo Aragón, Nina Beier, François Bucher, Mario Garcia Torres, Christian Jankowski, Nina Beier & Marie Lund, Eduardo Sarabia, Tercerunquinto, Eduardo Terrazas. Eduardo Terrazas at …
Until December 2012, the ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose (California) is presenting international contemporary artists that work on the interface between art and technology. Among them is the Brazilian artists collective Gambiologia. The collective – formed by the artists Fred Paulino, Lucas Mafra and Paulo Henrique Pessoa – is participating …
The Kollwitz Prize exhibition shows Gordon’s ever-growing multi-channel installation Pretty much every film and video work from about 1992 until now on 93 freely arranged used monitors in one exhibition hall. The installation comprises 74 individual titles of the artist’s video and film works, amongst others “24 Hour Psycho” (1993), …
British artist Isaac Julien is known for his multiple-screen video installations. Four of the works that he created throughout the last decade are now on display at SESC Pompeia / Videobrasil in São Paulo, Brazil. The exhibition is entitled Geopoetics and refers to the deep connection between artistic image and …
New York-based artist Sarah Oppenheimer is known for her spectacular architectural interventions with which she surprises the visitors of galleries, museums and art fairs. D-33 is Sarah Oppenheimer's most recent piece. It transforms the exhibition space of the gallery P.P.O.W. in New York City by using aluminum, glass, light, and …
30 30th São Paulo Biennial 2012 Sept. 24, 2012
The São Paulo Biennial was founded in 1951. It's the second oldest art biennial in the world after the Biennale di Venezia, which was founded in 1895. In 2012, 110 artists are participating in the Bienal de São Paulo. Among them: Absalon, Bas Jan Ader, Charlotte Posenenske, Fernando Ortega, Kriwet, …
Since 2004, Philipp Brogli and Beat Schöneck and their project Artstübli dedicate themselves to the promotion of urban art in Switzerland. They also organize the annual festival Artyou – Urbane Kunst Basel. Since 2008 the event takes place at Ackermannshof in Basel, Switzerland. This year the exhibition presents paintings, illustration, …
The current exhibition Metamorphosis: Give Me Your Wings at Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York presents new works by Japanese artist Mr. The centerpiece is a huge, complex installation composed of garbage and everyday objects from Japanese life. The piece deals with the devastation and nuclear disaster in Eastern Japan …
The Norwegian artist Børre Sæthre is known for his immersive installations that take the audience into sci-fi-like environments. In his solo exhibition at Loevenbruck gallery in Paris (France), Børre Sæthre shows a series of new works. The show is called Untitled (The Buran Program). The title refers to the Buran …
The exhibition with the title Triangulation Station A (40°44’49.17″N 74° 0’22.45″W) is Simon Starling's fifth show with the gallery Casey Kaplan. It runs concurrently with presentation of the same works at the gallery Neugerriemschneider in Berlin. Thus, the other show is called Triangulation Station B (52°31’39.61″ N 13°23’38.64″ E). The …
Swiss artist Pe Lang is one of the participants in the 2012 edition of the ZERO1 Biennial, a contemporary art event that showcases innovative artists who are working at the interface of art and technology. At the main venue of this year's ZERO1 Biennial, the ZERO1 Garage in San Jose …
The current exhibition at Bitforms Gallery in New York presents works by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. The centerpiece is Rafael Lozano-Hemmers artwork Voice Array. Voice Array is a sound and light sculpture that fills the gallery's far wall and consists of LEDs and a customized intercom system of audio playback and recording. …
Luciana Brito Gallery in São Paulo currently presents two shows that run until October 27, 2012, featuring two artists: Héctor Zamora and Pablo Lobato. Héctor Zamora is a Mexican-born artist who settled in Brazil in 2007. He is known for his interventions in public space. The piece that he presents …
Concurrently with the São Paulo Biennial, the Inhotim Institute of Contemporary Art and Botanical Carden opened new art pavilions. More than twenty contemporary art pavilions that show works by Matthew Barney, Doug Aitken, Anri Sala, Ernesto Neto, Haegue Yang, Isa Genzken, Michel Majerus, Pipilotti Rist, Zhang Huan and other international …
i-land at Russian Pavilion is the second half of Russia's contribution to the 13th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia in Venice, Italy. While the i-city part has a look into the future with the presentation of the innovation city Skolkovo, i-land allows the visitors to have a look …
Markus Proschek's work that he developed during his stay in Bad Gastein refers to a sculpture by NS-artist Josef Thorak. The sculptor was considered as one of Adolf Hitler's favorite artists and was regarded as an unscrupulous careerist. One of his sculptures is on the terrace of the old hydroelectric …
Architecture possible here? Home-for-All is the title of Japan’s contribution to the 13th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, Italy. The exhibition in the Venice Biennale’s Japanese Pavilion deals with the devastation the earthquake and tsunami of 2011 caused in East Japan. It shows photographs of the earthquake by Naoya Hatakeyama …
This is the first report from our new correspondent in Beijing (China), Diana Coca. It covers the openings of exhibitions at four art spaces: Tang Contemporary Art, Gallery Yang, New Age Gallery, and Today Art Museum. Tang Contemporary Art in Beijing presents Sky Ladder, Shen Yuan’s solo exhibition, including installations …