Video art

#NICE The posterity of a painter is not so much based on a legacy as on the vitality of the ramifications he has suggested to other artists who will succeed him. Thus Clément…
Anne Deleporte is an artist who, it seems to me, is not sufficiently recognized in our good and sweet country. Here are the descriptions of four videos that can give an idea of…
#PARIS Everything here is the result of a film that Pugnaire and Raffini made during a Flat Foundation residency in California. "Driving Through" is this filmic account of the American myth in the…
#Clermont-Ferrand Initially a Video Art Festival, VideoFormes, which this Thursday launches its 34th edition in Clermont Ferrand in the heart of France, has over the years opened up to other practices and is…
The art of Michail Michailov willingly combines performance, video and drawing for a creation whose themes revolve around existence. The Existence, that of humans in the broadest sense, of his own in particular…
#PARIS January 22, 2017. Opera Garnier. We hear the drum, which marks the rhythm as if it were something heraldic. We hear voices, sighs. Light: A rather compact, concentric crowd. Young people dance slowly,…
#PARIS CONTEMPORARY ART QUESTIONS HOSPITALITY.When two museums question the meaning and place of hospitality in our society, it gives Persona Grata, a crossover between two curatorial approaches that meet and pass on the…
Agnès Guillaume, video and plastic artist is our guest of the week. She currently presents"Adam and Eve" a video installation in the collective exhibition"V.I.E" at the W gallery. For her second Carte Blanche,…
Agnès Guillaume is a Belgian artist and video artist. She lives between Paris and Brussels. Her videos seem at first figurative and realistic but little by little we realize that people and places,…
Pioneer of performance and more, Joan Jonas (born 1936 in New York) is an early feminist, re-evaluating stereotypes related to the image of woman and her body through a broad avant-garde corpus including…