video, by Artist Alejandro Ramirez
international videoart festival
Magmart X winners!
We are happy to announce the X° edition's winners list!
- from WEST
A cuppa with ancestors, Fenia Kotsopoulou (Greece)
Acciones Nómadas, Isabel Pérez del Pulgar (Spain)
Atlantic, Nelton Pellenz (Brazil)
Augmented, Rogier Dirkx (Netherlands)
Body experiments, Melanie Beisswenger (Germany)
Helix Aspersa, Isabel Pérez del Pulgar (Spain)
In motion, Anabela Costa (France)
Lauren's Catalogue of Emotions, Suso Phizer (United States)
Legendary Variations, Mike Celona (United States)
May Revolution, Francesca Bonci (Italy)
Moriana, Juan Alonso & Nicolás Rico (Colombia)
N.1368597069, Vasilios Papaioannu (Italy)
Night clerk, Damon Mohl (United States)
Phantom, Marcia Beatriz Granero (Brazil)
Pneuma (triptyque), Antonello Matarazzo (Italy)
Shizen? Natural, Christin Bolewski (Germany)
Sigint, Phil Hastings (United States)
Son et lumiere, Jean-Michel Rolland (France)
The burning, Francesca Fini (Italy)
You are what we were, you shall be what we are, Juan Alonso & Nicolás Rico (Colombia)

- from EAST
Aquarius, Timo Zhalnin (Russian Federation)
Blackman, Donya Hajizadeh (Iran)
China Dream, Tan Tan (China)
Class, Reza Golchin (Iran)
Contact, Di Hu (China)
Conversation, Donya Hajizadeh (Iran)
Lament of Sammy’s forest, Tushar Waghela (India)
Spatial Bodies, AUJIK/Stefan Larsson (Japan)
The Womb, Diane Mikheeva (Russian Federation)
Tig Gibi, Arda Yalkin (Turkey)
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the open call for international videoartists
After 100x100=900, F.I.V.E. and FOODS, Magmart come back with a new, intriguing project!
Discover more, read the call and participate!
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Pool Party II
GROUP SCREENING OF 22 ARTISTS w/ works by by Lana Z Caplan, Naval Cassidy, Yun Chen, Josh Drake, Meredith Drum, Liliana Farber, Sasha Waters Freyer, Johannes Gierlinger, Karissa Hahn, Michael Lyons, Jesse Malmed, Jeremy Moss, T. R. Pickerill, Mike Rollo, Margaret Rorison, Rachel Rosheger, Livia Sa’, Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez, Rebecca ... [read more]
Mircea Cantor
Ginza Maison Hermès Le Forum is pleased to present an exhibition of Paris-based artist Mircea Cantor. Born in 1977 in Romania, Cantor creates singularly poetic works that generate transparent distances and spaces, highlighting the complexity and uncertainty of the world we inhabit. In Japan, his work has been shown at Yokohama Triennale 2011, ... [read more]
On Google Cultural Institute!
On May 17, 2016,Magmart debut on Google Cultural Institute!
Our first presence is the 100x100=900 Project.
Splitted on five exhibit, each of which includes 20 of the 100 total artworks.
Next step, will be the 25 artworks of F.I.V.E. project, and then the artworks of FOODS project.
Finally, the hall of fame of Magmart Festival: all the selected artworks, from 1st edition of 2005/06 to last.
Look at our collections!
Videoart Network
A new great initiative by Magmart!
We are currently working on an international project focused on building a network for all videoart-related peoples (artists, curators, spaces, collectors, simply enthusiasts).
This will be a useful tool, mainly for all curators that work with videoart. More, it will also contain a large database (of artists and curators), that will be always fully open to your personal data management. You can access and modify the stored data, at any time, add new informations, or simply delete your presence. And, obviously, we'll never use your data for commercial purposes and won't transfer it to third parties, neither for money nor for free.
Why don't you to take part, and link to our videoart database? Check if your email address is already present, and enter your details. If not, just register and insert your data!
The network will be online very soon!
Scott Stark. The Body: inside.out
Curated by Kamila Kuc, this show explores Stark's preoccupation with the human form through a variety of formats, from animated 3D stereoscopic photographs, Super8 and 16mm film, to digital video. In Stark's own words, each video is 'a "first film" with its own cinematic language, one that the viewer learns and engages with as the piece unfolds. ... [read more]
Media Practice
BA MEDIA PRACTICE GRADUATE SHOWCASE AND CELEBRATION 2018 Come and see screenings, images, installations and meet graduating students from University of Sussex's BA Media Practice degree. Theirs was a rich and varied three-year journey, beginning with the study of a range of media in their first year and progressing to focus on a single medium. ... [read more]
Defying Gravity
Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs’ new show ‘Defying Gravity’ at KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art opens with a dual deception. A monochrome video of a man on a ladder is playing, reminiscent of a silent film. He is perceived at an unusual scale due to the placement of the camera and pretends to repetitively strike a series of buildings with ... [read more]
Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris
The 20th edition of the Paris Festival for Different and Experimental Cinema will take place on October 3 - 14 at Le Grand Action and many partner venues. Upcoming : selected films for our international competition films by filmmakers under 15 in the dedicated competition focus programs on the concept of waste in cinema special ... [read more]
Videoart at Midnight #95: Pauline Boudry | Renate Lorenz
Friday, May 25th, 2018, 24:00 | midnight BABYLON, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, big cinema hall (admission free) Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz have been working together in Berlin since 2007. Their staged films and film installations often start with a song, a picture, a film or a script from the past. They produce performances for the ... [read more]
Covered in Time and History: The Films of Ana Mendieta
“Where do we belong? And where are we rooted?” These are some of the questions Cuban-American multidisciplinary artist Ana Mendieta (1948–85) considers in ‘Covered in Time and History: The Films of Ana Mendieta,’ now on view at the Gropius-Bau. Mendieta, considered one of the most influential feminist artists operating in the period ... [read more]