About Last Night… Spectacle: The Music Video, Seattle

17 May 2014

Photos by Suzi PrattVIVID, a multi-media extravaganza, kicked off the opening of Spectacle in Seattle.

Name: VIVID, opening night party for Spectacle: The Music Video
Date: Friday May 16, 2014
Location: EMP Museum, Seattle
Who was there: Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Damian Kulash of OK Go, Krist Novoselic of Nirvana, exhibition designer/filmmaker Alexei Tylevich and 1,202 music video […]

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Spectacle: The Music Video, Seattle (thru 3/29/15)

1 May 2014

[ 17 May 2014 10:00 am to 29 Mar 2015 5:00 pm. ]

Spectacle: The Music Video is the first museum exhibition to celebrate the art and history of the music video through sight and sound. Discover the black and white musical Soundies of the 1940s featuring big band, jazz, and swing stars, and the French-made Scopitones of the 1960s. Relive MTV masterpieces and witness how megastars like […]

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Spectacle: The Music Video, Melbourne

2 Aug 2013

[ 26 Sep 2013 10:00 am to 23 Feb 2014 5:00 pm. ]

Spectacle: The Music Video is the groundbreaking museum exhibition which celebrates the art and history of the music video. From early examples of music in film to the work of music video masters such as David Bowie and Madonna and contemporary artists such as The White Stripes and Kanye West, the exhibition reveals the enormous […]

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About Last Night… Spectacle: The Music Video, New York

3 Apr 2013

Photos by Eric Harvey BrownMiho Hatori and Yuka Honda of Cibo Matto, whose video Sugar Water is featured prominently in the exhibition.

Name: Spectacle: The Music Video
Date: Tuesday April 2, 2013
Location: Museum of Moving Image, New York City
Who was there: Mike D of Beastie Boys and his wife filmmaker Tamra Davis, Miho Hatori and […]

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Spectacle: The Music Video, New York City

14 Mar 2013

[ 3 Apr 2013 10:30 am to 16 Jun 2013 7:00 pm. ]

Spectacle: The Music Video is the first museum exhibition to celebrate the art and history of the music video. From early examples of music in film to the work of music video masters such as David Bowie and Madonna and contemporary artists such as The White Stripes and Kanye West, the exhibition reveals the enormous […]

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Spectacle: The Music Video, São Paulo

27 Nov 2012

[ 11 Dec 2012 8:00 pm to 27 Jan 2013 8:00 pm. ]

Spectacle: The Music Video, a groundbreaking exhibit that explores music video as an art form of our time is touring the globe.

From the beginning of the 1980’s through today, music videos have had an enormous influence on pop culture, music, cinema, fashion, advertising and photography, yet video as an art form, has never truly […]

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Dasha Shishkin’s “S INT N HO” @ Susanne Vielmetter

4 Apr 2012

Dasha Shishkin’s exhibit, I Surrender Dear at Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
Four weeks ago, at the opening of our music video exhibition, Spectacle: The Music Video at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, we were fortunate to share our opening with the talented painter Dasha Shiskin. That intense week of togetherness forged a new friendship and […]

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Spectacle: The Music Video

2 Mar 2012

Flux is proud to debut Spectacle: The Music Video, our big museum exhibition that looks at the music video as an art form of our time.
March 3-September 3, 2012
Spectacle: The Music Video
Contemporary Arts Center
Cincinnati
Hours: 10 am – 9 pm (FREE after 5 pm) on Monday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday - Friday; 11 a.m. […]

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About Last Night… Art in the Streets closing

8 Aug 2011

All photos by Joe FerrucciThe indoor outdoor celebration happened at the doors of the Levi’s Film Workshop at MOCA

Name: Wrap Party
Date: Sunday August 7th, 2011
Location: Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles
Who was there: Jason Reitman, Craig Stecyk, Neck Face, MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch, Robbie Conal, Ty Evans, Alex Stapleton, Estevan Oriol, Aaron Rose, Chaz Bojorquez, […]

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Miranda July’s “Eleven Heavy Things” At MoCA PDC

21 Jul 2011

Coming to MoCA PDC this Saturday
Last summer on our trip to New York City, I was happy to encounter Miranda July’s “Eleven Heavy Things” at Union Square. The pieces are at once tactile and naughty with messages that make you think “hmmm which one am I”?
Lucky for us Angelenos, we finally get to have some […]

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