BERG Contemporary featured by Whitehot magazine and Artsy
BERG Contemporary has been actively taking part in Miami Art week at Untitled, Miami Beach, over the past days and is pleased to be featured by Whitehot Magazine and Artsy in relation to the fair.
As written by Artsy;
„For its fifth edition, UNTITLED returns to its perch on the sandy shores of South Beach with a tightly curated presentation organized by the fair’s artistic director, Omar López-Chahoud, along with curators Christophe Boutin and Melanie Scarciglia. True to form, the light-filled tent will teem with roomy booths from an international group of galleries and nonprofits hailing from some 20 countries, all bringing primarily new work by a diverse range of artists, including pioneers of the avant-garde and on-the-rise MFA grads.
We have our eye on Reykjavík gallery BERG Contemporary and their booth devoted to 1970s glitch-video innovators Steina and Woody Vasulka—in particular, their influential 1974 video Noisefields, a copy of which is also housed in MoMA’s collection.“
To read the full coverage, click here and here.
Woody Vasulka, Waveform Studies XXVIII, 1977-2003 at Untitled.
In other news
BERG Contemporary at UNTITLED Miami Beach 2017
Starting on December 6th, BERG Contemporary exhibits at UNTITLED Miami Beach 2017, now in its fifth edition. BERG Contemporary will be located at booth E6 with available works by DODDA MAGGÝ, HARALDUR JÓNSSON, KEES VISSER and WOODY VASULKA, some exhibited for the very first time. A preview of the exhibition is currently available on Artsy,
BERG Contemporary artists in Fact of the Matter exhibition
The Reykjavík Art Museum opens a new exhibition this upcoming Saturday, on November 25th, focusing on the material world as the subject of a few chosen pieces from the museum’s collection, including work by DODDA MAGGÝ, FINNBOGI PÉTURSSON and HULDA STEFÁNSDÓTTIR. Bearing the title Fact of the Matter – Draft of Contemporary Art History in
DODDA MAGGÝ & Sigurður Guðjónsson in Addis Video Art Festival
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