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Artists’ Film & Video Today. SELECTED #7

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Besides the artists and galleries’ directory, the books feature texts by and interviews with Pascale Cassagnau, Bartomeu Marí, Alfredo Hertzog, Bilge Ogut and Haro Cumbusyan, Emilio Pi and Helena Fernandino, Ernesto Ventós, Galila Barzilai Hollander, Hilde Teerlinck, Jean-Claude and Françoise Quemin, Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaitre, Marc and Josée Gensollen, Laurent Fiévet, Manuel de Santaren, Michel Poitevin, Pamela and Richard Kramlich, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Roderick and Jenny Hall, Rolf A.Hoff, Sisita Soldevila, Teresa Sapey and Tony Podesta.

The artists selected for this year’s edition of the Fair were:

  1. Helena Almeida, Untitled, 2010, 18’08” (Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon)
  2. Faycal Baghriche, Point, Line, Particles, 2008, 5’24” (Galerie Campagna, Berlin)
  3. Bertille Bak, O Quatriéme, 2012, 17′ (Nettie Horn, London)
  4. Lonnie Van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan, Monument of Sugar – How to Use Artistic Means to Elude Trade Barriers, 2007, 67′ (Motive Gallery, Amsterdam)
  5. João Castilho, Morte Súbita, 2012, 3’42” (Zipper Galeria, Sao Paulo)
  6. Costantino Ciervo, The Mouth of Truth (Version II), 2012, 10′, loop (Galerie Bernhard Bischoff & Partner / Videokunst.ch, Bern)
  7. Carles Congost, Paradigm, 2012, 10’15” (Horrach Moya, Palma de Mallorca)
  8. Julien Crépieux, Re: Wind Blows Up, 2010, 105′ (Galerie Jérome Poggi, Paris)
  9. Nir Evron, A Free Moment, 2011, 4′ (Chelouche Gallery, Tel Aviv)
  10. Mounir Fatmi, Archi Sickness, 2011, 8’06” (Galerie hussenot, Paris)
  11. Ymane Fakhir, Handamde, 2011, 11’30” (Galerie of Marseille & Associés, Marseille)
  12. Peter Greenaway, Ice Time, 40.000 Years in 4 minutes, 2012, 4′, (N2 Galería, Barcelona)
  13. Michael Joaquin Grey, So What 2012, 2005-2012 (Galeria Senda, Barcelona)
  14. Gary Hill, Isolation Tank, 2010-2011, 3′ loop (DNA, Berlin)
  15. Carlos Irijalba, Inertia, 2012, 4’20” (Galerie Sherin Najjar, Berlin)
  16. Emily Jacir, Crossing Surda (A Record of Going to and Form Work, 2002, 32′ (Galería Moisés Pérez de Albéniz, Pamplona)
  17. Daniel Jacoby, Cuculí, 2011, 11’32” (Galeria Toni Tàpies, Barcelona)
  18. Mikhail Karikis & Uriel Orlow, Sounds from Beneath, 2010-2011, 6’41” (Blancpain Art Contemporain, Geneva)
  19. Anja Kirschner & David Panos, He Doesn’t know you don’t love him, 2011, 33′ (Hollybush Gardens, London)
  20. Akino Kondoh, Kiyakiya, 2010-2011, 6’39” (Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo)
  21. Elena Kovylina, The New Woman, 2012, 7′ (Analix Forever, Geneva)
  22. Marcellus L., Installation Videorhizome 9493 / 0720, 2011-2012 (Carlier | Gebauer, Berlin)
  23. Dana Levy, Silent Among Us / The Wake, 2011, 5’04” (Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv)
  24. Cynthia Marcelle, Leitmotiv, 2011, 4’16”, (Bendana |Pinel Art Contemporain, Paris)
  25. Laurent Mareschal, The Castle (Le Chateau), 2010 – 2011, 8’30” (Galerie Marie Cini, Paris)
  26. Teresa Margolles, Como Salimos + New York, 2010 + 2012 (Mor Charpentier, Paris)
  27. Andrea Mastrovito, Robespierre, 2007, 1’45” (Galerie Guy Bartschi, Geneva)
  28. Oliver Michaels, A Journey Between Two Fixed Points, 2007-2011, 50′ (COLE, London)
  29. Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Deep State, 2012, 40′ (NON, Istanbul)
  30. Gisela Motta & Leandro Lima, Calar, 2011, 12′ (Vermelho, Sao Paulo)
  31. Alexandra Navratil, Beautiful Bell-shaped Curves of Perfect Symmetry, 2012, 16′ (àngels barcelona, Barcelona)
  32. Yoshua Okón, Pulpo (Octopus), 2011, 18’31” (Baró Galeria, Sao Paulo)
  33. Hans Op de Beeck, Faces, 2012, 20′ (Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam)
  34. Gábor Osz, Ontology, 2011 – 2012, 6’02” (Loevenbruck, Paris)
  35. Mario Pfeiffer, A Formal Film In Nine Episodes, Prologue @ Epilogue, 2010, 50′ (KOW, Berlin)
  36. Julien Prévieux, Anomalies Construites, 2011, 8′ (Galerie Jousse Enterprise, Paris)
  37. Wilfredo Prieto, Lemon Green, 2011, 1’06” (Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona)
  38. Florian & Michael Quistrebert + Shana Moulton, Amnesic Cisesnma @ Whispering Pines 9, 2011-2009 (Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris)
  39. Reichrichter, Zurich, 2012, 7’20” loop (CONRADS, Dusseldorf)
  40. Moussa Sar, The Frog and the Scorpion, 2012, 2’30” (Galerie Martine et Thibault de la Chatre, Paris)
  41. Hiraki Sawa, Sleeping Machine, 2011, 7’07” (Maisterra-Valbuena, Madrid)
  42. Federico Solmi, A Song of Tyranny, Confessions of a Ruthless Dictator (From the Chinese Democracy Series), 2012 (ADN Galería, Barcelona)
  43. Thomson & Craighead, A Short Film about War, 2009, 9’39” (Carroll/Fletcher, London)
  44. Ignacio Uriarte, Rotational, 2012, 3’20” (La Fábrica Galería, Madrid)
  45. Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor, Manifestul, 2005, 1’32” (D+T PROJECT, Brussels)
  46. Richard T.Walker, Let This Be Us, 2012 8′ (Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica CA)

 

Authors
Pascale Cassagnau, Bartomeu Marí, Alfredo Hertzog, Bilge Ogut and Haro Cumbusyan, Emilio Pi and Helena Fernandino, Ernesto Ventós, Galila Barzilai Hollander, Hilde Teerlinck, Jean-Claude and Françoise Quemin, Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaitre, Marc and Josée Gensollen, Laurent Fiévet, Manuel de Santaren, Michel Poitevin, Pamela and Richard Kramlich, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Roderick and Jenny Hall, Rolf A.Hoff, Sisita Soldevila, Teresa Sapey and Tony Podesta.
Preface
Emilio Álvarez and Carlos Durán
Edited by
LOOP Barcelona
Published by
Screen from Barcelona
Publication date
June 2012
Languages
English
Pages
176
Dimensions and weight
15,5 x 21 cm
Price
10 €