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Last December, we were thrilled to present the premiere of Marco Brambilla’s latest short film, Evolution, at The Standard, Miami. The film, billed as the world’s first 3-D artist video, will now premiere to the rest of the world at Brambilla’s first solo show at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, opening this Saturday, May 21.
We’ve been long-time fans and supporters of Brambilla’s collage-like video work (and we’re not the only ones), including it in our StandART programming and commissioning a piece for the elevators at The Standard, NY. His show at SMMoA will feature Evolution alongside seven additional major video installations, comprised of his work from 1999 to the present.
Santa Monica Museum of Art presents
Marco Brambilla: The Dark Lining
May 21-August 20, 2011
Opening Reception Saturday, May 21 7-9 PM
We’ve been watching Lady Gaga’s Born This Way a lot since it came out earlier this week, and every single time we see it, we can’t but help notice the incredible similarity between the birth of her underworld and Marco Brambilla’s Civilization video (which is featured in the elevators at The Standard, New York). See for yourself. Watch Brambilla’s video and then watch Gaga’s starting at the 1:20 mark. Email me and let me know what you think.
(A Photo Still of Marco Brambilla’s Evolution)
Yesterday, at Art Basel, we hosted an event held exclusively for Marco Brambilla’s premiere of his new short film, Evolution, at The Standard hotel in Miami. The event which took place earlier in the night (6-9pm) right before Friday’s mayhem begun. Marco created his signature layered collage technique also used to create Civilization, the piece that brought him international acclaim and which can be viewed in the elevators at The Standard, New York.
(Wall of Death, by Marco Brambilla)
Welcome to the StandART channel, a public art initiative curated with Creative Time. Launched over Armory Week in New York 2010, the StandART channel showcases works from 10 internationally revered contemporary video artists appearing on televisions in all rooms of The Standard, New York, Miami, Downtown LA, and Hollywood.