The Streaming Festival is an art event for independent artists exhibiting unconventional audio-visual art from all over the world. This event takes place once a year.
In addition to the festival, there is a growing permanent collection with video and sound art which can be viewed at all times. To be included in this collection is only available to screened artist on the Streaming Festival.
Anyone with an internet connection can plug into a festival stream from any location, at any given time, and start viewing contemporary sound and video art.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
7 World Trade Center, 10th floor, NYC
Please RSVP to Whitney Barrat: email@example.com
Digital Art and the Urban Environment: Symposium and Art Exhibit
LUMEN is not a traditional film festival or gallery art experience. It is a one-day, 6-hour festival that features video and performance art by emerging and more established artists at the forefront of their media.
LUMEN begins before the sun sets and continues until midnight. Videos, performances, and installations occur simultaneously. There is no “main stage” or center focus, instead visitors are invited to safely and organically discover art scattered throughout the site.
LUMEN 2013 will be Saturday, June 15th, 2013; 6pm to midnight.
ABSTRACT CURRENTS: AN INTERACTIVE VIDEO EVENT @ MoMA
SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013
8:30 PM to 11:30 PM
In conjunction with the exhibitions Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925 and Abstract Generation: Now in Print, the PopRally committee has been collecting hundreds of submissions of one-minute abstract videos created by the public. These video minutes open a broad window into the ways that abstraction endlessly inspires artists, designers, and anyone observing the peripheries of their own daily life. The captured imagery, ranging from the bizarre to the contemplative, is made from small observations in nature, flowing psychedelic mutations, and digitally imagined spaces.
Join us for a special party and see all of the submitted videos displayed on various screens and projections in MoMA’s lobby and on the Marron Atrium walls. Dream-pop queen Tamaryn will DJ the event, providing a hypnotic soundtrack to the collectively built abstract videoscape.
Solar Cycle 24: Public Animation ProjectionsStarting at dusk on Saturday, February 23, and
running through dawn on Sunday, March 10,
chashama will present 15 nightly public projections
of my animation Solar Cycle 24 (12:30 min., 2013),
at 1351 Amsterdam Ave., between 125th/MLK Blvd.
and 126th Street.
Coinciding with a current astronomical phenomenon that also lends its name to this piece, Solar Cycle 24
is a digital, stop-motion animation inspired by this magnetic activity. Caused by solar storms that ebb
and flow on an 11-year cycle, the current one, Solar Cycle 24, is expected to peak sometime during the early part of 2013.
Scene: Brooklyn, Independent Film and Media Arts is the cornerstone of Brooklyn Arts Council's film activities, showcasing the tremendous and diverse film talent based in Brooklyn and bringing independent Brooklyn filmmakers together with new audiences.
This year's festival will take place between May 2 - 6, with my piece Beirut, baby screening at Galapagos Art Space on Sunday, May 6th.
Sara Nightingale Gallery has moved (again). A series of serendipitous events has led to a revival of the original Water Mill space at 688 Montauk Highway.
Please join us in celebrating this homecoming on Saturday, June 4th from 6 - 8 p.m. for the opening reception of Full Circle. The exhibition is both a roundup and a reunion, and will emphasize the geometric form whose locus of points is equidistant from a given point. Among the highlights and new to the gallery is Barry Underwood, from Cleveland, Ohio, whose photograph, Parade Field, (above) is a documentation of an installation he created at Headlands Center for the Arts during a residency there. Barry recently won a Focus Project award as well as the Cleveland Arts Prize. Alicia Lachance, also new to the gallery and from St. Louis, will be appearing in the upcoming Midwest Edition of New American Paintings. The jurors were Julie Rodrigues Widhom and Pamela Alper, curators from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Glenn Fischer of NYC uses paper from vintage books and magazines that he finds in thrift stores to construct his collages.
Sara Nightingale Gallery
688 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976
The Pursuit of Happiness
Paintings by Malin Abrahamsson at Galerie Bel'Art
November 20 - December 15, 2010
Opening Reception: 1 - 4PM
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Birger Jarlsgatan 2
Tuesday - Friday 11 - 5
Saturday 12 - 4 and by appointment
A temporary public art project in downtown Manhattan produced in collaboration with the Downtown Alliance and ARTEA PROJECTS.
"Downtown Dogs" is part of Re:Construction, a public art program produced by the Downtown Alliance. This initiative channels the energy of Downtown's rebuilding process by recasting construction sites as canvases for innovative public art and architecture. Each project uses standard construction barriers to embrace the ongoing nature of Downtown’s redevelopment with original and whimsical design. The Downtown Alliance works closely with public and private developers to produce each installation.
Ever Tried. Ever Failed. No Matter. Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.
- Samuel Beckett from Worstward Ho
There has been buzz in recent months about the downturn in the economy prompting a more considered look at artwork. For more than a decade stories of museums buying work straight from art fairs without so much as a studio visit, and collectors buying work and having it shipped directly to storage have been as commonplace as the cheap wine served at a gallery on opening night. While it may be true that the most visible part of the art world went a bit crazy over the past decade, there were also a few artists quietly working away, driven by a genuine interest in 'seeing' rather than 'showing'. Considering the recent speculation on how the art world will be affected by the downturn in the economy, Malin Abrahamsson and Todd Kelly have put together a show that takes a closer look at the process of art making and the necessary failures that inform the finished objects an artist produces.
Agnes Martin's claim that "Failure is something that artists do, and do repeatedly" is no less true today than when she herself started out as a painter. Abrahamsson and Kelly have both been 'failing' for more than a decade now and have the audacity to prove it. The requisite successful paintings one normally highlight are here couched within the context of stacks of failed canvases, works in progress, sketches, sketch books, journals sources of inspiration and low points of jealousy, artist's block and frustration. What is the point of making this stuff? Is the finished work worth all the effort? Why continue to carry on? You'll have to come see for yourself.
Opening: September 20, 5-9PM
Exhibition Dates: September 20-October 18, 2009
488 Morgan, 3rd floor
(Entrance on Division Street)
Malin Abrahamsson: in-between at
The Apartment/Sara Nightingale Gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 8th, 5-8 p.m.
The exhibition will run through Aug. 31.
For more information contact Sara Nightingale at 631-793-2256.
Sara Nightingale Gallery
21 North Ferry Rd.
Shelter Island, NY 11964
Zenith: Etta Säfve & Malin Abrahamsson at NY Arts Beijing, China. June 2009.
THE ROUTE OF THE DASHING COMMUTER:
THE LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD AT 175
April 14 - September 13, 2009
at the New York Transit Museum
Located at the corner of Boerum Place and
Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn Heights
Tuesday – Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.
No Dress Rehearsal
Malin Abrahamsson at Galleri Syster
Friday, December 18th, 6:pm
"Maxim: The greatest danger, the one of losing oneself, can in the world pass by equally unnoticed as if it meant nothing. No other loss can pass just as unnoticed; yet every other loss, an arm, a leg, five dollars, a wife, etc. will be noticed."
- Sören Kierkegaard
The exhibition will run through January 17, 2010
974 42 Luleå
Essence of Absence
Gallery Korea, New York
October 29 to November 21, 2008
Opening Reception : Wednesday, October 29, 6 to 8 pm
Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Service NY
460 Park Ave. 6th Fl. New York, NY 10022
The Korean Cultural Service NY presents the exhibition Essence of Absence, from October 29 - November 21, 2008 at Gallery Korea.
Nine international artists are participating in Essence of Absence: Corey D’Augustine, Futaba Suzuki, Hong Ling Wee, Hong Seon Jang, Malin Abrahamsson, Rina Y. Yoon, Ya Chu Kang, Lynn Newcomb, and Ye Leen Lee.
The exhibition features a wide range of medium and techniques such as painting, photography, print, ceramic, sculpture and installations produced by the nine contemporary artists who were selected from Gallery Korea’s annual open call program ‘Call for Artists 2008’. Essence of Absence, the fifth exhibition of a series of shows inviting finalists to introduce their recent work, has a powerful sense of presence through either material or thematic terms.
Gallery hours are 10:00am to 5:00pm from Monday through Friday
(November 11th is closed for Veterans Day).
For more information, contact Ms. Yu Jin Hwang, curator of Gallery Korea, Korean Cultural Service NY at 212-759-9550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Malin Abrahamsson & Ricky Sears at
Rochester Contemporary Art Center
April 3 - May 17, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, April 3, 6-10pm
Artist Talk/Coffee Hour: Saturday, April 4, 1pm
Preview Dates: September 12-20, 10AM-6PM
Auction Date: Tuesday, September 23, 6-9PM
Visual Arts Gallery
601 West 26 Street, 15th Floor
New York NY 10001
Diamond Dogs will be part of this year's FIGMENT: a non-profit public art project which will take place on Governors Island in New York Harbor, June 27th, 28th and 29th, 2008.
Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Malin Abrahamsson, Rainbow Canine Architect, on Thursday, July 3rd, 6- 8 pm.
Ms. Abrahamsson, a native of Sweden who has lived in Brooklyn for the past thirteen years, is not yet a citizen of the United States. Her current legal status is "Permanent Resident Alien". For several years her work has been affected by what she calls a state of "in-between-ness" - the ambiguity and polarity of being influenced by two different cultures. This disconnectedness and ambivalent sense of belonging inherent in the expat's existence led her to create works in which architecture played a dual role; the small, cozy family home was often juxtaposed with large impersonal corporate structures.
At last Ms. Abrahamsson is coming to terms with her own very personal "Americanization". Leaving the traditional and historical influence of Sweden behind her, she is opening up to a new "American" sense of re-invention, and her work is undergoing a watershed. Stereotypes of the darkness of Sweden (Bergman, et al) have been abandoned for a colorful and vibrant pallet as well as an aesthetic of Do It Yourself fun.
Rainbow Canine Architect is just that. Playful dogs, color and images of structures, some famous and some imaginary, comprise the iconography of Ms. Abrahamsson's new body of work. A celebration of Independence and Optimism coincidentally coincide with the happiest of American holidays, the Fourth of July.
T&T Tanqueray Style Sessions Tour
Tanqueray Gin promotional tour traveling from San Francisco to New York during April & May, 2008