LOOP Fair 2017

25 and 26 May 2017
Carrer Pelai 28, 08001 Barcelona

Download the LOOP Fair 2017 preview press release here

LOOP Fair 2017 will launch around 45 videos and artist films, apltly selected by our committee, and presented by galleries from all around the world that will give you an insight into the current moving image panorama.

Our committee members Jean Conrad and Isabelle Lemaître, Haro Cumbusyan, Renée Drake and Marc and Josée Gensollen have started to work in LOOP 2017 main selection.

Check the artists and galleries that have been already selected below.

Main Selection Preview

1. Sarah Choo Jing, Wear You All Night, 2016.
AI Gallery, London.

2. Melanie Bonajo, Progress vs. Regress, 2016.
Akinci, Amsterdam.

3. Ali Kazma, House of Letters, 2015.
Analix Forever, Geneva.

4. Olivia Mihaltianu, Film métrage, 2011 – 2016.
Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest.

5. Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Teem, 2007.
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London.

6. Steina & Woody Vasulka, Golden voyage, 1973.
Berg Contemporary, Reykjavik.

7. Ștefan Constantinescu, On the other side, 2015.

Borderline Art Space, Iași.

8. Mats, Hjelm, Salt, 2013.
Cecilia Hillstrom Gallery, Stockholm.

9. Tom Pnini, Paperweight, 2017.
Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv.

10. Damir Ocko, TK, 2014.
Eastwards Prospectus, Bucharest.

11. Oliver Dollinger, The Climate control and the summer of love, 2016.
Galerie Eva Meyer, Paris.

12. Marcos Avila Forero, Agrarian Reform of 1950, 2017. (*Première)
Galerie Dohyang Lee, Paris.

13. Ali Cherri, The Digger, 2015.
Galerie Imane Farès, Paris.

14. Yona Friedman, Tales of Africa, 1960-1963.
2h 33´
Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris.

15. Anne-Charlotte Finel, La Crue, 2010.
Jousse Entreprise, Paris.

16. Cristina Lucas, Touch and go, 2010.
Galería Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid.

17. Renata Poljak, Partenza, 2016.
Galerija Kranjčar, Zagreb.

18. Ismaïl Bahri, Revers, 2016.

Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris.

19. Hsu Chia-Wei, White Building Project, 2016.
Liang Gallery, Taipei.

20. Leticia Ramos, VOSTOK, 2014.
Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo.

21. James Rielly, Punch, 2014.
New Art Projects, London.

22. David Raffini & Florian Pugnaire, Under construction, 2012. (*Première)
Galerie Papillon, Paris.

23. Santiago Sierra, Lucia and the Prisoners, 2014.
Prometeogallery, Milan.

24. Tercerunquinto, Insular Act, 2009.
Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City.

25. Lukas Marxt, Captive Horizon, 2015.
Galerie Reinthaler, Vienna.

26. Mohau Modisakeng, To Move Mountains, 2016.
Ron Mandos, Amsterdam.

27. Evangelia Kranioti, Obscuro Barroco, 2017.
Galerie Sator, Paris.

28. Lhola Amira, Looking for Ghana & The Red Suitcase, 2017.
SMAC Gallery, Cape Twon.

29. Rafaël Rozendaal. (*Première)
Steve Turner, Los Angeles.

30. Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Looking Back, 2016.
Tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam.

31. Sasha Pirogova, QUEUE, 2014.
Triangle Gallery, Moscow.

32. Taro Izumi, The Upper Eyelid, 2014.
Galerie Vallois, Paris.

33. Tang Chao, Refuge Island, 2016.
Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai.

34. Elke Andreas Boon, Me and my sister, 2010.
Annie Gentils Gallery, Antwerp.

35. Nicoline van Harskamp, PDGN, 2016.
Waterside Contemporary, London.


Since 2003, LOOP Fair has been the first in its field exclusively dedicated to the discovery, promotion and acquisition of contemporary video art works. 

LOOP Fair strives to re-examine traditional art fair models and methods of presentation by taking into account both the changing attitudes of viewing and interacting with art, and the particularities of moving image practices. LOOP offers a unique viewing experience by presenting each film project in a room of a hotel, thus creating a setting that both focuses on the artists’ work and facilitates the particular attention required by this medium. LOOP brings together a strong sense of community between the concomitant fields of contemporary art and cinema, while establishing an occasion to promote and discuss artists’ video and film amidst a specialized audience.


The quality of LOOP Fair is based on the careful selection and detailed advisory task undertaken by its committee, made up of collectors with a particular interest in artists’ video and film, as well as a shared involvement in the sector.

Jean-Conrad & Isabelle Lemaître


Promoters of the StudioCollector Prize dedicated to rewarding excellence in the field of video creation.

Josée & Marc Gensollen


Collectors who have turned their private home La Fabrique into a bustling art center open to new initiatives. 

Haro Cumbusyan


Founder of Collectorsspace, an organisation for critical discussion on collecting video art.

Renée Drake


Closely related to the Netherlands art scene, her collection has travelled to some of the most important venues in the United States.