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2015-03-14—2015-03-17

香港巴賽爾藝術博覽會影片單元

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Opening: 2015-03-14 - 00:12:30
Venue: 香港會展中心
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Website: osagegallery.com

Film: Art Basel announces 2015 program for Hong Kong
Art Basel’s Film sector will return for its second year and will present 38 works by 36 artists, exploring seven diverse themes curated by Beijing and Zurich-based multi-media artist and producer Li Zhenhua. Highlights of the program include seminal works from the 1960s and 70s by artists Marina Abramović and Michael Craig-Martin, alongside important video work by Yu Cheng-ta, Cheng Ran and Yan Xing, and many others. New works by Chen Tianzhuo, Lu Yang and Song Kun will be premiered within the sector. The Art Basel film program will be shown at the agnès b. CINEMA at the Hong Kong Arts Centre from Saturday, March 14 to Tuesday, March 17.
Li Zhenhua’s selection for the Hong Kong show explores seven different themes. ‘Urbanity’ reflects on the fears exposed by urban development on a global scale, featuring work by Chen Tianzhuo, Song Kun, UJINO and Raed Yassin, while ‘Minor Revolution’ focuses on two powerful works by Tatzu Nishi and Yu Cheng-ta. ‘Healing’ looks at the process and attempt of overcoming pain and trauma with works by Shimabuku, Lei Benben, MASBEDO (Nicolò Massazza and Jacopo Bedogni), Aikaterini Gegisian, Hiroko Okada, Yukihiro Taguchi, Liu Yujia, and Liu Xinyi. Showing video pieces by Chen Qiulin, Hsu Chia-Wei, Yao Jui-Chung, Cao Guimarães, Zhou Tao, and Liu Shiyuan, ‘Nowhere’ looks at spaces that are ‘non-spaces’, while ‘Reperform, Reconstruct, Represent’ is dedicated to recurring stories, like the ones that have been passed on by travelling poets and storytellers. The program will feature work by Tobias Bernstrup, John Akomfrah, Liberte Grace (Amy Tan), Lei Lei, Yan Xing and Yao Qingmei. ‘Animated Reality’ will try to deconstruct the boundaries between the real and fantasy and looks at perception, showing works by Lu Yang, Adam Shecter, Hans Op de Beeck, Chang Li-Ren, Zhang Xiaotao, and Richard Lewer. On Tuesday, the film program ends with ‘Goddess’, showing ‘Freeing the Voice’ by Marina Abramović from 1975 alongside work by Cheng Ran.
Film is free and open to the public. As capacity is limited, tickets are available on a first-come first-served basis. For more information and the full list of participating galleries, please visit artbasel.com/hongkong/film.
Art Basel, whose Lead Partner is UBS, will take place March 15 to March 17, 2015, presenting over 230 of the world’s leading galleries.
DETAILED FILM PROGRAM
Saturday, March 14, 2015
12.30pm – 3pm
Running time: 35’11”
Urbanity
Chen Tianzhuo, PICNIC, 2014, 7’50”, Star Gallery
Song Kun, A Thousand Kisses Deep, 2012, 6’44”, Star Gallery
UJINO, In the Rain, 2014, 3’, Yamamoto Gendai
Raed Yassin, The Immigration Forecast (Ep.1), 2010, 1’, Kalfayan Galleries
Minor Revolution
Tatzu Nishi, Deixa eu falar!, 2011, 9’30”, Arataniurano
Yu Cheng-ta, She Is My Aunt, 2008, 7’7”, Chi-Wen Gallery
Sunday, March 15, 2015
1pm – 3.30pm
Running time: 129’53”
Healing
Shimabuku, Sea and Flowers, 2013, 2’19”, Air de Paris
Michael Craig-Martin, Film, 1963, 17’, Alan Cristea Gallery, IMMA Collection
Lei Benben, Nostalgia, 2014, 11’, Beijing Art Now Gallery
MASBEDO (Nicolò Massazza and Jacopo Bedogni), 2’59”, 2014, 2’59”, Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma
Aikaterini Gegisian, The City / Game 1, 2007, 2’, Kalfayan Galleries
Hiroko Okada, EXERCISES, 2014, 8’48”, Mizuma Art Gallery
Yukihiro Taguchi, Funke, 2014, 5’, Mujin-to Production
Liu Yujia, The Ray, 2013, 5’19”, Shanghai Gallery of Art
Cheng Ran, Before Falling Asleep Part 4 - The Butterfy and the Flower, 2013, 4’, Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne
Liu Xinyi, Street Fighter, 2012, 5’16”, White Space Beijing
Raed Yassin, The Immigration Forecast (Ep.2), 2010, 1’, Kalfayan Galleries
Nowhere
Chen Qiulin, Colour Line, 2008, 8’8”, A Thousand Plateaus Art Space
Aikaterini Gegisian, The Image Unfolded, 2007, 5’38”, Kalfayan Galleries
Hsu Chia-Wei, Marshal Tie Jia – Turtle Island, 2012, 6’35”, Liang Gallery
Yao Jui-Chung, Long Live, 2011, 5’30”, Chi-Wen Gallery
Yao Jui-Chung, Mt. Jade Floating, 2007, 1’01”, Chi-Wen Gallery
Cao Guimarães, Limbo, 2011, 17’, Galeria Nara Roesler
Zhou Tao, After Reality, 2013, 14’20”, Vitamin Creative Space
Liu Shiyuan, The Edge of Vision or the Edge of the Earth, 2013, 6’, White Space Beijing
Raed Yassin, The Immigration Forecast (Ep.3), 2010, 1’, Kalfayan Galleries
Monday, March 16, 2015
1.30pm – 3.30pm
Running time: 95’06”
Reperform, Reconstruct, Represent
Tobias Bernstrup, South of Heave, 2014, 5’22”, Andréhn-Schiptjenko
John Akomfrah, Peripeteia, 2012, 18’12”, Carroll / Fletcher
Liberte Grace (Amy Tan), The Perfect Boy Myth, 2007– 2014, 8’04”, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
Lei Lei, Recycled, 2013, 5’40”, Star Gallery
Yan Xing, Arty, Super-Arty, 2013, 9’16”, Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne
Yao Qingmei, The Trial, 2013, 9’, Magician Space
Raed Yassin, The Immigration Forecast (Ep.4), 2010, 1’, Kalfayan Galleries
Animated Reality
Lu Yang, UterusMan, 2013, 11’20”, Beijing Commune
Adam Shecter, Last Men, 2011, 5’48”, Eleven Rivington
Hans Op de Beeck, Night Time, 2014, 15’30”, Galerie Krinzinger
Chang Li-Ren, Battle City EP01, 2012, 6’54”, Liang Gallery
Zhang Xiaotao, The Adventures of Liang Liang, 2012 – 2013, 11’49”, Pékin Fine Arts
Richard Lewer, Worse Luck I Am Still Here, 2014, 4’47”, Sullivan + Strumpf
Raed Yassin, The Immigration Forecast (Ep.5), 2010, 1’, Kalfayan Galleries
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
1.30pm – 3.30pm
Running time: 39’59”
Goddess
Marina Abramovic, Freeing the Voice,1975, 35’26”, Lisson Gallery
Cheng Ran, The Fundamentals of Piano, 2014, 4’33”, Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne and Leo Xu Projects

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