Hardcore ALCANCE Basilea 08 June 3 – June 8, 2008 Both 205 Uferstrasse 80 CH-4057 Basel, Switzerland First View for Invited Guests: Tuesday, June 3, 1 pm – 8 pm Press, all Art Fair and SCOPE VIP cardholders preview the fair and the premier of Special Programs. Press Lunch begins 2 pm. General Admission: 15 CHF, SCOPE VIP Card: FREE FAIR HOURS: Wednesday June 4 – Saturday June 7, 10 am – 8 pm and Sunday June 8, 10 am – 6 pm Basel – SCOPE, the cutting-edge contemporary art fair, returns for the second year to Basel in a new venue, a 60,000 square foot glass pavilion situated on the Rhine. Within walking distance of Art Basel 39, SCOPE will present its most international fair yet, showcasing 85 galleries from all over the world. SCOPE Basel 2008 exhibitors, special events, and curatorial programs amplify the fair’s signal achievement: introducing artists, curators, and cutting-edge galleries to new audiences internationally, making it the most comprehensive destination for emerging art available anywhere. LINK
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Opening reception: Saturday, May 10th , 7 PM – 10 PM Hardcore Art Contemporary Space 3326 North Miami Avenue, Miami Florida
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LOOP'08 BARCELONA International Festival & Fair for Videoart Videos showing at LOOP’08 BARCELONA: REMOLINO, LA PROCESION, and REFLEXION OBSCURA LOOP Fair: 09.05 & 10.05, 16-21h Hotel Ramblas Catalonia. C. Pelai, 28 Opening: 08.05, 19.30h MediaLounge: 08. & 09.05, 12-21h Hotel Ramblas Catalonia. C. Pelai, 28 LINK
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National Association of Hispanic Journalists Learn How to Produce Online Gems at the “Multimedia Journalism: Challenges and Opportunities” Conference in New York Sponsored by Region 2 of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists WHEN: Saturday, May 3, 2008: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. WHERE: City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism 219 W. 40th St. (between 7th and 8th Avenues) NY, NY 10018 WHAT: This one-day workshop will introduce journalists to multimedia options available for telling stories. Participants will learn how to plan and produce work that integrates copy, audio, video and photographs into compelling multimedia stories. You will also be exposed to basic media technologies and equipment necessary to produce on-line gems. After a short introduction to each seminar, presenters will familiarize participants with different digital tools for storytelling. WHO: Grimanesa Amoros, El Observador, Multimedia Artist For more information, please visit:
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Grimanesa Amorós Grimanesa Amorós Grimanesa Amorós The 52nd International Art Biennial in Venice, Italy takes place from June 10-November 21 2007. The Venice exhibition is the world’s most popular,attracting the participation of hundreds of artists from all over the world and for the first time it is curated by an American art critic-Robert Storr who is the former Chief Curator at MOMA New York. The festivals title this year is “think with the senses-feel with the mind:art in the present tense” So with the theme of present tense in mind its appropriate that the Biennial features an African Pavillion for the first time in its 112 year History. This festival benefitted as a whole from this infusion of new energy with artists from diverse backgrounds such as Olu Oguibe (Nigeria) Odili Odita (Nigeria) and Alfredo Jaar (Santiago, Chile) The Exhibit is the brainchild of curators Simon Njami and Fernando Alvim who sought to forge a new dialogue between contemporary artists and the art establishment by introducing the work of African artists who are very much creating “art in the present tense”. La 52 edición de la Bienal Internacional de Arte de Venecia, Italia, se lleva a cabo del 10 de junio al 21 de noviembre de 2007. Esta exposición es la más popular a nivel mundial, atrae la participación de cientos de artistas de todas partes del mundo y, por primera vez, su curador es un crítico de arte norteamericano, Robert Storr, ex Curador en Jefe del MOMA, Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York. Este año, el título del festival es: “piensa con los sentidos y siente con la mente: arte en tiempo presente”. Entonces, pensando en el tema del tiempo presente, es adecuado que la Bienal tenga un Pabellón Africano, por primera vez en sus 112 años de historia. El festival se benefició, en conjunto, de esta inyección de nueva energía, con artistas de diferente origen como Olu Oguibe (Nigeria), Odili Odita (Nigeria) y Alfredo Jaar (Santiago, Chile). La Exposición es idea de los curadores Simon Njami y Fernando Alvim quienes pensaron forjar un nuevo diálogo entre artistas contemporáneos y el centro artístico, introduciendo el trabajo de artistas africanos que están creando mucho “arte en el tiempo presente”.
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