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Berlin Video Art Festival

From 24 to 26 April 2020 the Berlinische Galerie and Videoart at Midnight jointly host the Berlin Video Art Festival: 15 video works by 10 international artists who were part of the Videoart at Midnight programme since 2010. During the festival, the video works will be exlusively available on the website of the Berlinische Galerie at certain times slots around Midnight only. Experience video art at home for once! [read on]

April 19th, 2016
Berlinische Galerie presents

Since 2012 the Berlinische Galerie has been acquiring the Videoart at Midnight Edition for its collection. To mark Gallery Weekend 2016, the Berlinische Galerie now presents Videoart at Midnight, using it's IBB Video Space to screen a versatile selection of those high-calibre works from the collection.

October 2nd, 2015
Hirshhorn Museum welcomes Videoart at Midnight in Washingston DC

Olaf Stüber, a leading proponent of moving-image art in Germany, is co-founder of the monthly showcase Videoart at Midnight. A cult event among Berlin art enthusiasts, it invites artists to present their work in a free and open forum that welcomes not only video but performance and conversation. After introducing this program, Stüber will be joined by Ulu Braun, an artist who has been featured in Berlin.

September 27th, 2013
Screening / Video Art at Midnight

art berlin Screening / Video Art at Midnight Friday 27th September – 12 Midnight Marie J. Burrows Our favourite monthly video art event is back with ‘Binibining Promised Land’, a film by Köken Ergun. Focussing on the thousands of Filipino guest workers living in the state of Israel, ‘Binibining’ refers ...

March 29th, 2013
Videoart at Midnight Edition goes Oberhausen

The 59th International Short Film Festival invited “Videoart at Midnight Edition” to present it’s recent issues within the market section of the festival: Nuclear Voyage, Armin Linke, IT, 2008, 10’30” FRI, 3. May, Studio, 19.00 Kiss, Melanie Manchot, GB, 2009, 10’30” SAT, 4. May, Studio 19.00 Parking, Erik Schmidt, GE, ...

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