Videonale on Tour Katowice, Poland 2011


From 18 May - 26 June 2011, Katowice hosted the Video Re:view festival, the first event of this scale in the region presenting the most important phenomena in video art. The main event of the festival is an exhibition of works from the 13th Bonn Videonale, one of the oldest video art biennials in Europe, well known for its talent-spotting capability and original ways of presenting videos.



Videonale on Tour Glasgow 2011

From 27 August–27 November 2011 GoMA was screening a selection of artworks from Videonale.13, the 13th edition of the biennial festival for contemporary video art which is held in Bonn, Germany.



Videonale on Tour Donetsk, Ukraine 2012

The exhibition at IZOLYATSIA consists of the works from the festival's 13th edition whose program was selected from 1776 applications received from 76 countries. Videonale-Donetsk features 11 videos by the following artists: Ran Huang (China/Great Britain), Katarzyna Kozyra (Poland), Chi-Yu Liao (Taiwan), Almagul Menlibayeva (Kazakhstan), Helena Oehman McCardle (Sweden), Anahita Razmi (Germany), Johanna Reich (Germany), Reynold Reynolds (USA/Germany), Casilda Sanchez (Spain/USA), Maria Tobola (Poland), Rachel Perry Welty (USA). The festival attempts to





Videonale on Tour Taichung, Taiwan 2011

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA), Taichung, Taiwan


Dec 3 2011 - Feb 26 2012


The concept for an exhibition of “Videonale: Dialogue in Contemporary Video Art” first originated with the Videonale in Bonn, Germany, first held in 1984, and now in its 13th iteration. The exhibition was a pioneer in the genre. As a continuous, established art exhibition, Videonale has borne witness to points of transition in the history of video art. 


Videonale on Tour Künstlerhaus Dortmund 2011

Videonale 13 at Garage 2.0 at Künstlerhaus Dortmund





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