For the 10th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the Art Video program will be presented for the first time in SoundScape Park on the 7,000-square-foot outdoor projection wall of the New World Center, as well as within five viewing pods inside the Miami Beach Convention Center. Selected by David Gryn, Director of London’s Artprojx, Art Video will feature film and video works by many of today’s most exciting international artists, presented by the galleries of Art Basel Miami Beach.

Over three nights, Art Video will present six screening programs. The Art Video Nights will open on Wednesday, November 30, with ‘Landscape’, a program that brings together film and video works with a literal or figurative take on the theme. Each work will take viewers on a curious journey to extraordinary places and unpossessed landscapes. Videos will include Tracey Emin’s ‘Sometimes the Dress is Worth More Money than the Money’, 2000/2001, and Lauren Grasso’s ‘1619’, 2007. The second program of the evening will feature Dara Friedman’s latest film ‘Dancer’, 2011, which turns Miami’s street corners into a stage. Filming its performers from a slow-moving van and simultaneously transmitting an upbeat soundtrack into various neighborhoods, passersby appear to be breaking into dance.


On Friday, December 2, ‘Americania’ will present a selection of short films inspired by Martha Rosler’s one-minute film ‘God Bless America’, 2006. The program will offer a distinctive window onto the United States and the multi-faceted reactions towards the country by various

artists, including Yael Bartana and Marilyn Minter, who will show the premiere of ‘I’m not much, but I’m all I think about’, 2011. The ‘Music and Dance’ program will consist of a selection of films that play on the themes of music and dance and share a simplicity and an engagement

that allow the viewer to observe the ordinary through extraordinary means. The selection will include ‘Paganini Caprice No.5′, 2011 by Cory Arcangel and Laurel Nakadate’s ’51/50’, 2009.


‘Painterly’, on Saturday, December 3, will combine film, animation, sculpture and painting in an intriguing way. The vigorous artists’ gestures will correspond with the potential of digital technology. The program will include work by Thomas Julier and Cédric Eisenring who have created a new soundtrack for ‘Font màgica de Montjuïc’, 2011 especially for its presentation at Art Basel Miami Beach. The ‘Brief Features’ program will present works by artists that hold the

tension, visual captivation, imagination and quality of a full-length arthouse movie, and then offers a little bit more. It will include a special trailer of Christian Jankokwski’s ‘Casting Jesus’,


2011 for Art Basel Miami Beach and Ryan McGinley’s ‘Entrance Romance (it felt like a kiss)’, 2010.

Art Video Nights will start at 8pm each day with the second program of the evening commencing at 9pm. Admission to Art Video Nights is free and visitors are encouraged to

bring blankets and deck-chairs. Within the specially designed viewing pods in the Miami Beach Convention Centre, 22 films from the Art Video Nights will be presented in a continuous loop. Admission to Art Video is free

with an entry ticket to the show.


List of Art Video artworks:

Cory Arcangel: Paganini Caprice No.5, 2011 | Team Gallery

Yael Bartana: Tuning, 2001 | Galleria Raffaella Cortese

Pierre Bismuth: Following Elvis Presley’s Hands in Jailhouse Rock, 2011 | Team Gallery Slater Bradley: Boulevard of Broken Dreams, 2009 | Team Gallery, Blum & Poe

Jordi Colomer: What Will Come: The Hamptons, 2011 | Galería Juana de Aizpuru, Meessen De Clercq

Tim Davis: Dollar General Drive By, 2011 | Greenberg Van Doren Gallery Brice Dellsperger: Body Double 27 (after ’A Year with 13 Moons’), 2010 | Team Gallery, Air de Paris

Tracey Emin: Sometimes the Dress is Worth More Money than the Money, 2000/2001 | Lehmann Maupin

Kota Ezawa: Beatles Über California, 2010 | Murray Guy

Dara Friedman: Dancer, 2011 | Gavin Brown’s enterprise

Theaster Gates: Breathing, 2010 | Kavi Gupta Gallery

Katy Grannan: The Believers, 2010/2011 | Salon 94

Amy Granat: Landscape Film, 2009 | Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Galerie Kamm Laurent Grasso: 1619, 2007 | Sean Kelly Gallery Cao Guimarães: Peiote, 2007 | Galeria Nara Roesler Neil Hamon: Invasion, 2008 | Galeria Leme

Camille Henrot: La Songe de Poliphile, 2011 | kamel mennour Alex Hubbard: Cinépolis, 2007 | Galerie Eva Presenhuber Christian Jankowski: Casting Jesus Trailer, 2011 | Lisson Gallery Thomas Julier and Cédric Eisenring: Font Màgica de Montjuïc Miami Version, 2011 | Karma International Cristina Lucas: La Liberté raisonnée, 2009; You Can Walk too, 2006 | Galería Juana de Aizpuru

Marilyn Minter: I’m not much, but I’m all I think about, 2011 | Salon 94 Ryan McGinley: Entrance Romance (it felt like a kiss), 2010; Friends Forever, 2010 | Team Gallery

Laurel Nakadate: 51/50, 2009; American Gothic, 2006 | Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects Rashaad Newsome: The Conductor, 2005/2010 | Marlborough Gallery

Lorraine O’Grady: Landscape (Western Hemisphere), 2011 | Alexander Gray Associates Michele Oka Doner: A Walk on the Beach, 2011 | Marlborough Gallery Jacco Olivier: Revolution, 2010 | Victoria Miro Gallery Hans Op de Beeck: Sea of Tranquility, 2011 | Galleria Continua Martha Rosler: God Bless America, 2006 | Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Galerie Christian Nagel Matt Saunders: Mirror Lamp, 2011 | Blum & Poe, Harris Lieberman Lorna Simpson: Momentum, 2011 | Salon 94 Penny Siopis: Communion, 2011 | Stevenson Jennifer Steinkamp: Orbit 11, 2011 | Lehmann Maupin Tony Tasset: I am U R Me, 1998 | Kavi Gupta Gallery Mungo Thomson: Untitled (TIME), 2010 | Gavlak Gallery Clemens von Wedemeyer: Occupation, 2001/2002 | Galerie Jocelyn Wolff The full Art Video program is online at


Important Dates for Media

Media Reception: November 30, 2011, 10am, Art Collectors Lounge Opening Day (by invitation only): November 30, 2011, 11am – 9pm

Public Show Dates: December 1 – 4, 2011

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