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FEBRUARY 26, 2015
Nalini Malani, In Search of Vanished Blood, 2012. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Lelong, New York.
Moving Image art fair returns to the Waterfront Tunnel for our fifth edition in New York, with works by 36 international artists represented by 33 galleries and non-profit institutions. Highlights of the Moving Image New York 2015 line-up include a focus on artists and galleries from Brazil and from Finland, reflecting the selections of Curatorial Advisory Committee members from those countries. Moving Image New York 2015 also features a selection of works by artists using interactive technologies.

We are very pleased to announce our schedule and list of Special Events:

Thursday, March 5
11AM – 6PM
Moving Image New York 2015 open to public

Announcement of the participating artist selected for the April 2015 Midnight Moment, a monthly presentation of the Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts.

6PM – 8PM
Moving Image Opening Reception | Sponsored by Bulletin41
FREE and open to the public.

Friday, March 6

Moving Image New York 2015 open to the public

Saturday, March 7

Moving Image New York 2015 open to the public

12PM – 1PM
Moving Image Spotlight Panel Discussion 1
Sponsored by Depict and the Consulate General of Finland

“How Do Artists Secure Funding for Film and Video Artwork?”

Moderator: Sean Elwood, Director, Programs & Initiatives, Creative Capital Foundation
Chris Doyle, Artist (New York)
Guy Richards Smit, Artist (New York)
Patrik Söderlund, Artist (Helsinki)
Eve Sussman, Artist (New York)

To be followed by a 30-minute casual networking session after the panel.

Film and video can be among the most expensive media for any artist to work in. Many professionals may be involved in a production, technical equipment is costly to rent or buy, and editing and other post-production expenses can be prohibitive. Many film and video artists must spend a great deal of time and energy simply raising the funds for their work. The panelists will discuss the range of resources available and some of the creative ways artists have found to secure the funding they need to complete their projects.

2PM – 3:30PM
Moving Image Spotlight Panel Discussion 2
Sponsored by Depict and the Consulate General of Finland

“Moving Image: Instant Upload”

Alex McQuilkin, Artist, Professor of Video Art NYU and The New School
Alice Gray Stites, 21c Museum Director and Chief Curator
Amy Taubin, Critic, Professor at School of the Visual Arts, Selection committee New York Film Festival
Rachael Rakes, Programmer-at-large Film Society of Lincoln Center, Film co-editor Brooklyn Rail
Zoë Salditch, co-founder & director of artist relations Electric Objects, former Program Director at Rhizome

Moderated by Andrea Monti and Elle Burchill, co-directors, co-founders Microscope Gallery.

To be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Instant Upload considers the ways in which the ability to instantly upload and view moving image online or on constantly upgrading personal devices affect the making, presentation and reception of the works. The panel will address from the view of the artist, curator, critic and collector questions including: What is the importance and consequences of having works online for an artist today? What technologies are artists using to make moving image currently, and how are they embracing or adapting to ever-changing possibilities of the medium? How does making a film or video publicly accessible online affect a work’s reception? How important is the quality of the presentation of the work today, for example on Vimeo as opposed to installed in a gallery or projected in a theatre? What are expectations for the future?

Sunday, March 8

11AM – 4PM
Moving Image New York 2015 open to the public
Lana Z Caplan, HedonHeathen1 // play and repeat, 2013 // 2014. Courtesy the artist and Gallery NAGA, Boston.

Participating artists / Galleries & Non-Profit Institutions

Selçuk Artut | Galeri Zilberman (Istanbul, Turkey)
Charlie Ahearn | P·P·O·W (New York, NY)
Peggy Ahwesh | Microscope Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Oliver Bevan | Jay Grimm Gallery (New York, NY)
Sebastian Biskup | ROCKELMANN & (Berlin, Germany)
Lana Z Caplan | Gallery NAGA (Boston, MA)
Khalil Charif | Artur Fidalgo Galeria ( Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Raphael Couto | Mercedes Viegas Arte Contemporânea (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Cristina de Miguel | Freight + Volume (New York, NY)
Eric Dyer | Ronald Feldman Fine Arts (New York, NY)
Natalya Dyu | CEC ArtsLink (New York, NY)
Joey Fauerso | David Shelton Gallery (Houston, TX)
Generic Art Solutions (G.A.S.) | Mindy Solomon Gallery (Miami, FL)
IC-98 | AV-arkki (Helsinki, Finland)
Zlatko Kopljar | CEC ArtsLink (New York, NY)
Maria Laet | Galeria Marilia Razuk (São Paulo, Brazil)
Miler Lagos | Magnan Metz Gallery (New York, NY)
Tuomas A. Laitinen | Helsinki Contemporary (Helsinki, Finland)
Ligorano/Reese | Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco, CA)
Katia Maciel | Zipper Galeria (São Paulo, Brazil)*
Nalini Malani | Galerie Lelong (New York, NY)
Ranu Mukherjee | Gallery Wendi Norris (San Francisco, CA)*
Zach Nader | Microscope Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)*
Pernille With Madsen | Galleri Susanne Ottesen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Pink Twins | Sinne (Helsinki, Finland)
Tom Pnini | Lesley Heller Workspace (New York, NY)*
Armando Queiroz | Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Leslie Thornton | Winkleman Gallery (New York, NY)
Timo Vaittinen | SIC (Helsinki, Finland)*
Ricardo van Steen | Zipper Galeria (São Paulo, Brazil)
Levi Van Veluw | Rosenfeld Porcini (London, UK)
Gustavo von Ha | Galeria Leme (São Paulo, Brazil)
Lauren Woods | Zhulong Gallery (Dallas, TX)
Héctor Zamora | Luciana Brito Galeria (São Paulo, Brazil)
Jamie Zigelbaum | TRANSFER (Brooklyn, NY)
Mikhail Zheleznikov | CEC ArtsLink (New York, NY)
*Designates that Moving Image New York will be the artwork’s World Premiere.


Charlie Ahearn, Dirt Style, 2014, single-channel video. Courtesy the artist and P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.

Curatorial Advisory Committee for Moving Image New York 2015

Paula Alzugaray
Independent Curator
São Paulo, Brazil

Robert D. Bielecki
Collector and President of the Robert D. Bielecki Foundation
New York, NY

Alice Gray Stites
21c Museum Director
Louisville, KY

Sylvain Levy
Professor at Shanghai University, art collector specialist in Chinese Contemporary Art, DSLcollection
Paris, France

Arja Miller
Chief Curator, KIASMA Museum
Helsinki, Finland


Gustavo von Ha, Dumbo Official Trailer, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Galeria Leme, São Paulo, Brazil.

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Image: Pink Twins, Parametronomicon, 2014, single-channel video. Courtesy the artists and Sinne, Helsinki, Finland.
Moving Image gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our media partners and sponsors:

Opening Reception sponsored exclusively by Bulletin41, an online platform for connecting the fine art world.


Eric Dyer,
Copenhagen Cycles, 2015. Courtesy the artist and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York.

Moving Image New York
March 5 – 8, 2015

Thu, March 5: 11AM – 6PM

Opening Reception: Thu, March 5: 6PM – 8PM | Sponsored by Bulletin41
Fri, March 6: 11AM – 8PM
Sat, March 7: 11AM – 8PM
Sun, March 8: 11AM – 4PM

Admission: FREE

Waterfront New York Tunnel
269 11th Avenue
Between 27th and 28th Streets
New York, NY 10001

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