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Vídeo-Régimen. Coleccionistas en la era audiovisual

13 February — 11 May 2015

Vídeo-Régimen. Coleccionistas en la era audiovisual

LOOP Barcelona, in collaboration with Museo Lázaro Galdiano, presents 'Vídeo-Régiman. Coleccionistas en la era audiovisual' (VIDEO-REGIME. Collectors in the Audiovisual Era), curated by Carles Guerra and included in the focus that LOOP 2015 dedicates to the collectors as central players within today’s art system.

LOOP Barcelona together with the artist, critic and independent curator Carles Guerra have assembled a selection of video pieces by leading international artists from the most important private collections in Spain that show the multiple uses of video art, from documentary practices to graphic records of artistic actions. The exhibition features the video works along with recorded interviews in which the collectors talk about their experience of collecting video art. The show is also accompanied by a publication and hosts a programme of talks.

Video’s assimilation by the art establishment has been quick and intense, mirroring what happened to photography in the late 1980s and early 90s. Just as photography soon found itself being measured by the valuation standards of painting, video has also been rapidly absorbed into the art market. Moreover, the technical requirements of video art are changing the characteristics of new museum projects. The video pieces and recorded conversations reveal the intricacies of assimilating the unique features of this medium, which burst onto the art scene in the 1970s. They are shown side by side in the galleries of the Museo Lázaro Galdiano sharing the same audiovisual format and suggesting that the artistic production associated with this medium and the debates surrounding it flow through the same channels. The holdings of the Museo Lázaro Galdiano set the stage for a collision of aesthetic regimes that highlights some of the latest changes in the field of art, where the works promote alternative timescales and new conceptions of heritage that increasingly verge on an immaterial economy.

The creations of the artists Allora & Calzadilla, Ignasi Aballí, Francis Alÿs, Erick Beltrán, Patricia Dauder, William Doherty, Mario García Torres, Douglas Gordon, Emily Jacir, Gilda Mantilla & Raimond Chaves, Paul McCarthy, Bruce Nauman, Itziar Okariz, Javier Peñafiel, Allan Sekula, Fiona Tan, Zhou Tao and Eulàlia Valldosera are closely related to the collections they belong to, which act as vessels that openly influence the value and original meaning of each piece. Through them, some advocate different forms of activism while others represent more personalised forms of collecting. The economy of access to video has facilitated the creation of heritage collections whose storage and distribution logistics are much more advantageous than those of other types of artistic objects.

In their interviews, we discover how collectors in the audiovisual era deal with this new kind of artistic object, whose timescale, experience and definition of ownership is different from that required by works of art in the past and that imply a new form of cultural consumption. The collectors who have contributed to this project are Alicia Aza, Joan Bonet, Roser Figueras & Josep Inglada (Cal Cego), Ella Fontanals-Cisneros (The Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection), Josep Maria Lafuente, Estefanía Meana, Han Nefkens (H+F Collection), Ángel & Clara Nieto, Enrique Ordóñez (Colección Ordóñez Falcón de Fotografía), Fernando Panizo & Dorothy Neary, Emilio Pi & Helena Fernandino, Carlos Rosón (Fundación RAC), Teresa Sapey, Sisita Soldevila (Colección Ámister Hotel), Jaime Sordo, Julio Sorigué & Josefina Blasco (Fundación Sorigué), Carlos Vallejo & Wendy Navarro (CV Colección), Juan Várez, and Ernesto Ventós (Colección olorVisual).

Carles Guerra talks about the exhibitions [Spanish]

List of exhibitied works

Allora & Calzadilla 'Unrealizable Goals'
Private collection (lent to Artium, Vitoria)
Ignasi Aballí 'Disparition
Cal Cego, Barcelona
Ignasi Aballí 'Film Proyección'
CV Collection, Santander
Francis Alÿs, 'The Night Watch'
Colección Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, Miami
Erick Beltrán 'Stock'
Colección Teresa Sapey, Madrid
Patricia Dauder 'Película Abstracta I'
Colección olorVISUAL, Barcelona
William Doherty 'Closure'
Colección Estefanía Meana, Madrid
Mario García torres 'Abandoned and Forgotten Land Works That Are Not Necessarily Meant To Be Seen As Art'
Private collection (lent to Artium, Vitoria)
Douglas Gordon 'Kissing with Amobarbital'
Cal Cego, Barcelona
Emily Jacir 'Ramallah/New York'
CV Collection, Santander
Gilda Mantilla & Raimond Chaves 'Abstract'
Private collection, Madrid
Paul McCarthy 'Pinnocchio Pipenose Householddilema'
Cal Cego, Barcelona
Bruce nauman 'Walk with Contrapposto'
Colección Pi Fernandino, Madrid
Itziar Okariz 'Mear en espacios públicos o privados'
Colección Alicia Aza, Madrid
Javier Peñafiel 'Conquista básica te vuelvo a pedir que te definas'
Colección olorVISUAL, Barcelona
Allan Sekula 'Untitled Slide Sequende'
Colección Ordóñez Falcón de Fotografía (COFF) (lent to TEA Tenerife)
Fiona Tan 'Downside Up'
Colección Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, Miami
Zhou Tao 'Blue and Red'
Han Nefkens, H+N Collection / BACC, Bangkok
Eulàlia Valldosera 'Trapo, velo, lienzo, pantalla (Dependencia mutua #12)
Colección alicia Aza, Madrid
Patricia Dauder 'Press#1'
Colección Ordóñez Falcón de Fotografía (COFF) (lent to TEA Tenerife)
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