About the Festival
springeight 21st – 25th May 2008
Every year since 2001, the beautiful city of Graz has been transformed into a clubbing cultural hotspot for the springfestival, the biggest festival of its kind in Austria and her neighbouring countries. What started as ‘springone - festival for electronic art and music’ has considerably increased in size and scale each year. In 2007, springseven took place in 14 venues all over Graz, with more than 250 artists playing for almost 20,000 people, making it one of the most important modern music events in Central Europe.
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About the Festival
Paul McCarthy's Low Life Slow Life: Part 1 -
Exhibitions - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
"Lower Gallery | Feb. 7–Apr. 12, 2008
Paul McCarthy's Low Life Slow Life: Part 1 is the first half of an evolving, two-part exhibition presenting sculpture, photography, painting, installation, drawing, performance, video, music, magazines, books, images, memorabilia, documents, and films.
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: John Altoon, Bob Arentz, Joseph Beuys, Stan Brakhage, Malcolm W. Browne, John Cage, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Bruce Conner, Paul Cotton, Jay DeFeo, Marcel Duchamp, John Heartfield, Wally Hedrick, Mike Henderson, Allan Kaprow, Yves Klein, Tetsumi Kudo, Yayoi Kusama, Robert Mallary, Paul McCarthy, Gustav Metzger, Allan Midgette, Henry Moore, Saburo Murakami, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Al Payne, Raivo Puusemp, Kazuo Shiraga, Tony Smith, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Stan VanDerBeek, Irby Walton, Andy Warhol
CURATED BY: Paul McCarthy"
Etichette: Paul McCarthy
Public art and design program «Art Koltsovo». Yekaterinburg airport, Russia.
Art-Koltsovo / «ILLUMINATORS» Open call
An International open competition to take part in the exhibition «ILLUMINATORS»
Deadline March 11, 2008
Exhibition opening April 11, 2008
www.artpolitika.ru/ill_en - about project
Launched by Project 59 in the spring of 2005 at 59 Franklin Street in Tribeca, the 59 Seconds Festival is an alternative festival and research media project. Unlike traditional annual or biannual film/video festivals, 59 Seconds is a one time project. Artists are encouraged to submit 59 seconds long works that incorporate number 59 in any manner. Works are being collected through a series of open calls until the final collection of the best 59 videos has been selected with help of national and international audiences during a series of 59 screenings.
Etichette: 59 Seconds Festival
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