Video Art

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Selection of video’s from modern and contemporary artists. Performances, interviews, actions, experiments, artists at work, vernissages and more.
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Bobby Abate
Abramovic/Ulay
Vito Acconci
Eija-Liisa Ahtila
Peggy Ahwesh
Doug Aitken
Chantal Akerman
Laylah Ali
Max Almy
Francis Alÿs
Hanspeter Ammann
Laurie Anderson
Emmanuelle Antille
Eleanor Antin
Janine Antoni
ART21 multimedia
Ida Applebroog
Kutlug Ataman
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Matthew Barney
Lynda Benglis
Joseph Beuys
Richard Billingham
Louise Bourgeois
Andrea Bowers
Klaus vom Bruch
Brucke’ artists
Tania Bruguera
Michal Brzezinski
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Janet Cardiff &
George Bures Miller

Shu Lea Cheang
David Claerbout
Claude Closky
Matt Collishaw
Michael Craig-Martin
Robert Cumming
D
Tacita Dean
Guy Debord
Rineke Dijkstra
Diller + Scofidio
Stan Douglas
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Tracey Emin
F
Harun Farocki
Fischli / Weiss
Vera Frenkel
Coco Fusco
G
Jean Genet
Gilbert & George
Shaun Gladwell
Douglas Gordon
Rodney Graham
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Peter Halley
Mona Hatoum
Hellaimorth
Teresa Hubbard &
Alexander Birchler

Faith Hubley
Pierre Huyghe
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General Idea
Runa Islam
J
Joan Jonas
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Jürgen Klauke
Richard Kriesche
George Kuchar
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Roy Lagrone
Annika Larsson
Mark Leckey
Glenn Ligon
Sharon Lockhart
Kristin Lucas
M
Eugene James Martin
Gordon Matta-Clark
Paul McCarthy
Matthew McCaslin
Steve McQueen
Bjørn Melhus
Feng Mengbo
Aernout Mik
Tracey Moffat
Sarah Morris
Matthias Müller
Murdim
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Bruce Nauman
Edoardo Nolfo
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Marcel Odenbach
Saskia Olde Wolbers
Orlan
Dennis Oppenheim
Gabriel Orozco
Ulrike Ottinger
Tony Oursler

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Luca Pancrazzi
Paul Pfeiffer
Centre Pompidou
R
Walid Raad
Pipilotti Rist
Liisa Roberts
Patrick Rocha
Peter Roehr
Ulrike Rosenbach
Barbara Rosenthal
Martha Rosler
Nadia Russ
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Anri Sala
Kurt Schwitters
Richard Serra
Ann-Sofi Sidén
Santiago Sierra
Kiki Smith
Keith Sonnier
Jessica Stockholder
Beat Streuli
Igor Stromajer

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Sam Taylor-Wood
Diana Thater
Wolfgang Tillmans
Rosemarie Trockel
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V
Wolf Vostell
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Tamás Waliczky
Marek Walczak
Marijke van Warmerdam
Gillian Wearing
William Wegman
Lawrence Weiner
Whitney Artport
T.J. Wilcox
Fred Wilson
Adolf Wölfli
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Iwakawa Yukihiro

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Andrea Zittel
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Frieze Projects:
Bridget Riley
Novelist, essayist and cultural commentator Bracewell spoke to artist Riley about the evolution of her ground-breaking work from the 1960s to the present.

Ramin Bahrani
Hailed ‘director of the decade’ (Roger Ebert ), Bahrani has eloquently told the story of US immigrants in films such as Chop Shop (2007) and Goodbye Solo (2008). Born to Iranian parents, he is at the forefront of ‘Neo-Neo Realism’. In conversation with Rebhandl, Bahrani discussed the ‘neo’ in realism, and how its limits can be pushed.

Wolfgang Tillmans
For 20 years Tillmans’ photography has been a sustained meditation on observation and perception, politics and abstraction. Winner of the Turner Prize in 2000, recent exhibitions include the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin in 2008 and London’s Serpentine Gallery this year. In 2009 his work was included in‘Making Worlds’ at the 53rd Venice Biennale.

Agnès Varda
A talk.

Roni Horn Cultural Cartography
Roni Horn presented a keynote lecture exploring ideas of site-specificity and seriality in her work. Her most recent project, Library of Water (Iceland) is the culmination of a lifelong interest in the relationship of language to place.

Susan Hiller
In anticipation of Hiller’s upcoming retrospective at Tate Britain, the American, London-based artist discusses with a California-based, British art historian, the transatlantic conundrums of conceptualism, and the role of humour and the unconscious in the creative act.

Baltic:
Damien Hirst
Pharmacy
Vimeo:
Susan Boyle & Damien Hirst
deBriefing Podcast

Mark Wallinger Vodcast
The highly politicised British artist Mark Wallinger is best known for his sculpture for the empty fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Ecce Homo. Wallinger studied at the Chelsea School of Art and later at Goldsmith’s College, where he was also a tutor from 1986. He exhibited throughout the 1980s, and later showed work in the Young British Artists II show at Charles Saatchi’s gallery in 1993 and at the Royal Academy’s Sensation exhibition in 1997. In 2000 a retrospective of his work, Credo, was exhibited at Tate Liverpool. Wallinger has a new and highly controversial work opening at Tate Britain in January 2007 and Melvyn Bragg follows the preparations for this major art event.


Modern and contemporary art has continually challenged expectations and ideas about the very definition of art. At the same time, it also says a lot about who we are and the world we live in. MoMA’s collection, special exhibitions, and educational programs strive to engage people in an open-ended conversation about the past and the present, the modern and the contemporary, the new and the newer. MoMAvideos broadens this conversation by allowing you to watch and share exhibition and film previews, public programs, performances, and behind-the-scenes looks at conservation and art installation at MoMA.

Artforum selected videos. Susan Philipsz, Lowlands, 2009. Cory Arcangel, Naptime, 2002m, Interview with Thorkell S. Hardarson and Orn Marino Arnarson, Rodarte spring/summer 2010 show, New York. Jack Goldstein, The Jump, 1978 Melissa Chiu on Ai Weiwei and Creative Expression in China, Martha Friedman Discusses Her Show at the DeCordova, Richard Hell and the Voidoids "There’s Something Wrong Here," ca. 1979

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art:21, Chuck Close, Sally Mann, Jackson Pollock, Joan Mitchell, Alice Neel, Painters PaintingBeautiful Losers, Herb & Dorothy, Edward Burtynsky, Andy Goldsworthy, Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, Seraphine, Banksy , Caravaggio and many more.

Artists of the 20th Century on DVD.Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Alberto Giacometti, Piet Mondrian, Rene Magritte, Marcel Duchamp, Marc Chagall, Man Ray, Jackson Pollock, Chaim Soutine, Francis Bacon, Joan Miro, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jean Michel Basquiat, Wassily Kandinsky, Mary Cassatt, Herb & Dorothy, Richard Tuttle, Chuck Close, David Hockney, W. Eugene Smith, Joan Mitchell, Frank Lloyd Wright, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo.



ART:21- ART IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURYoffers new definitions of art and demonstrates its profound relevance. Meet 37 diverse U.S. artists in this Emmy-nominated series. Viewers go into studios, homes, and communities for an intimate view of artists’ lives, creative processes, and sources of inspiration. Each program profiles three to five artists, from painters, photographers, and sculptors to performance and video artists.

What is Modern Art?

text-align:justify; For centuries artists enjoyed their place serving the Church, the aristocracy and current public conventions or tradition. Their handiwork decorated castles, stately homes and Churches with allegorical, mythological and religious subject matter. But towards the end of the 18th century things began to change. It was in fact the French Revolution of 1789 which caused the shift. The Modern era unfolded in its shadow. Under the mantra of liberty, equality and fraternity, society was irrevocably transformed. Art had become a subject like philosophy and was open to be discussed. Artists became self conscious and self reliant. They were no longer constrained by a preconceived style, subject matter or technique. They critically examined existing conventions and created new possibilities for art. From the late 18th century many artists and art movements arose which challenged traditional thinking about painting, It is widely believed that Modern Art began with the work of the Frenchman, Paul Cezanne. (1839 - 1906) . He built upon the new techniques developed by his predeccesors (like the Impressionists), and together with this tried to recapture a sense of order and clarity. His efforts opened the way for Cubism which reformed painting even more. Many more movements followed, all challenging and transforming the act of painting in their own way. By the late 1960's,and early 1970's artists began to experiment with new media, such as video and performance and moved away from painting. It is here then, where Modernism is said to have ended and a new era begun.

What is Contemporary Art?

text-align:justify; Contemporary art is simply the art created in our lifetime. The subject matter explored is considered to be the most socially conscious,of any previous era. And the techniques employed reflect everyday life. Artists use video, multimedia, nature, music and more, to express their ideas.

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