Elizabeth Dee is pleased to announce the forthcoming launch of the gallery's new initiative to produce unique video content on February 8th, 2012.
Produced by Elizabeth Dee and Tom Powel Imaging, this content will enhance the experience of the gallery's critically respected program. In depth features on artists' process and production will be further illuminated through engaging studio visits and exhibition profiles released monthly. Elizabeth Dee notes: "Producing and sharing unique content on the gallery channel presents a special technological and conceptual opportunity in how we collaborate with artists, we are now able to broaden our gallery platform for our audience and innovate how our exhibitions can be viewed and experienced." Tom Powel furthers; "The technology has now met the criteria of sophistication and immediacy required to collaborate more fully with galleries and museums to fulfill the large and growing demand for well-produced, intelligent and engaging content on important exhibitions. We are delighted to produce these exhibitions in a comprehensive way through our HD video and panoramic technology, and enhance the documentation methods available for artists and their collaborators."
Upcoming February program:
February 8, 2012 - Jeff Keen
A fascinating look at the highlights of Jeff Keen's 16mm experimental films, drawings and paintings from the 1960s and 1970s, complete with original soundtrack from the legendary underground filmmaker.
February 15, 2012 - Archive: Miriam Cahn
A compelling tour of the 2011 painting exhibition by beloved Swiss artist Miriam Cahn capturing extraordinary detail and the experience of seeing the work in the gallery firsthand.
February 21, 2012 - Studio visit: Ryan McNamara
Intimate and highly engaging accounts of previous performances by Ryan McNamara as he works in his studio to prepare for his upcoming debut exhibition, STILL, opening on February 25th at the gallery.
For news on upcoming programming, artists and events, please visit our new website at elizabethdee.com or contact Kevin Tobin at the gallery for more information, +1.212.924.7545.
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New York, NY