Jeremy Blake & Yoro Alexopoulos
The Big Screen Project
New York City
KINZ + TILLOU FINE ART is pleased to announce that the Streaming Museum will launch a global tour of its exhibition Revelation and Regeneration, including works by JEREMY BLAKE and YORGO ALEXOPOULOS, with a schedule of screenings at Big Screen Plaza, New York City.
Monday, September 19, 7 - 9 p.m.
The one hour program of works will play twice through the reception.
The elegant Bar Basque has dramatic elevated views of the Big Screen.
Bar Basque was designed by futurist art director/designer Syd Mead (Blade Runner, Aliens, Tron).
Curated by Nina Colosi, Revelation and Regeneration "commemorates 9/11 with a collection of existential portraits of the streams of reality that exist in contemporary society". Featured artists include Yorgo Alexopoulos, Jeremy Blake, Jenny Marketou and Marty St. James. The exhibition will be on view throughout the Streaming Museum's network of screens in public spaces and partnering centers worldwide through 2012.
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The Big Screen Project is an innovative venue for presenting video, film and interactive content to the public. Located in the public plaza behind the Eventi Hotel on Sixth Avenue, with access from both 29th and 30th Streets and with a reflection pool and a cafe, the park hosts a state-of-the-art 30-foot HD LED screen. The project presents a variety of art, cinema, and new media content, often in partnership with art institutions, film festivals, and non-profit organizations.
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