Heinrich Schmidt
Since 2005
Works in Grenzach-Wyhlen Germany

Discussions (9) Opportunities (0) Events (3) Jobs (0)
DISCUSSION

VernissageTV: Extensive video coverage of Art Basel 2006


Vernissage TV News, June 19, 2006. The most recent episodes on VernissageTV (VTV) video podcast cover:

>> Art 37 Basel International Art Show, Messe Basel: Art Basel features over 290 modern and contemporary art galleries from around the world. Art Basel is considered as the world's premier fair for 20th- and 21st-century art.

>> Liste 06 - The Young Art Fair: Of the 59 galleries being presented at this year's Liste, 24 are participating for the first time in Basel. The exhibitors come from a total of 24 countries, among which one-fourth are from countries overseas.

>> Voltashow 02 Basel: This year VOLTAshow 02 has moved to a new and larger location in the Basel harbour. The second edition of the fair that debuted in 2005 as a supplement to Basel's art week now allows for more than double the number of galleries.

>> Design Miami Basel: Ambra Medda, co-founder and director of Design Miami/ Basel talks about the success of the new design fair, the popularity of historic and contemporary design and why the fair choose Basel as second location for the fair.

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland, with correspondents worldwide. VernissageTV is offering special services for exhibition venues. Website: http://www.vernissage.tv , Podcast-Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV .

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/ . All episodes are compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers like FireAnt and DTV can be used as well. Subscribe with the following address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV .

Press contact:
Karolina Zupan-Rupp, contact@vernissage.tv
VernissageTV, Munsterberg 1, 4001 Basel / Switzerland
Phone: +41 61 283 24 55
Website: http://www.vernissage.tv
Main feed (RSS 2.0 encl.): http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV

DISCUSSION

VernissageTV News


Vernissage TV News, May 9, 2006.

VernissageTV covers: Jonathan Meese in Hamburg, Gallery weekends in Berlin and Leipzig:

> Jonathan Meese: Mama Johnny. With a total of around 150 paintings, sculptures, photographic works and installations the show at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg is the first comprehensive display of Jonathan Meese's work in Germany. Jonathan Meese belongs to the German elite of younger artists, who currently find international recognition. VernissageTV attended the preview and the after show party on April 27, 2006.

> Gallery weekend in Berlin (April 28 - 30, 2006): With Matthias Weischer at Eigen + Art, Elizabeth Payton at neugerriemschneider, Tal R at Contemporary Fine Arts, John Bock at Klosterfelde, Arndt & Partner, Kicken Berlin and the opening exhibition of Johann Konig Gallery in their new space near Potsdamer Platz.

> Gallery Tour Leipzig (April 28 - 30, 206) at the Spinnerei: With an interview with owner / director of Pierogi, Joe Amrhein at his new branch in Leipzig. Furthermore: Olaf Nicolai at Eigen + Art, Beat Streuli at Dogenhaus and Anett Stuth at Kleindienst

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland, with correspondents worldwide. VernissageTV is offering special services for exhibition venues. Website: http://www.vernissage.tv , Podcast-Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV .

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/ . All episodes are compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers like FireAnt and DTV can be used as well. Subscribe with the following address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV .

Press contact:
Karolina Zupan-Rupp, contact@vernissage.tv
VernissageTV, Munsterberg 1, 4001 Basel / Switzerland
Phone: +41 61 283 24 55
Website: http://www.vernissage.tv
Main feed (RSS 2.0 encl.): http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV

DISCUSSION

Vernissage TV News


Vernissage TV News, March 27, 2006.

The most recent episodes on VernissageTV video podcast cover interviews and no comment footage of the Armory Show weekend New York, Matisse at Fondation Beyeler Basel and Fine Art Fair Frankfurt.

>>> Interviews and no comment footage of The Armory Show, Scope, Pulse, LA ART, DIVA, New York:

> Marisa Olson / All Systems Go! / Rhizome.org / Pulse / Interview
> Lee Wells / Cinemascope / Perpetual Art Machine / Pulse / Interview
> Katrin Korfmann / grey, 12 min 30 sec / Art Affairs / Scope
> Anita Beckers / Galerie Anita Beckers / Interview
> Rodney Swanstrom / TransPod / Walsh Gallery / DiVA New York / Interview
> Jongbum Choi / Walsh Gallery / DiVA New York
> Carmen Mc Leod / Nathan Larramendy Gallery / Pulse / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> David Quadrini / Q.E.D. / LA Art / Interview
> Susan de Voldere / Virgil de Voldere Gallery / Pulse / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Walter Maciel / Walter Maciel Gallery / Pulse / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Michele Pred / Nancy Hoffman Gallery / Scope / Interview
> The Armory Show 2006 New York part 2
> Heather Stephens / 31GRAND / Scope / Interview
> Kavi Gupta Gallery / The Armory Show / Interview
> LA Art in New York 2006
> Scope Art Fair New York 2006
> Michael Schultz / Galerie Michael Schultz / Pulse / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Chris Taylor / Museum 52 / Pulse / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Volker Diehl / Galerie Volker Diehl / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Steve Zavattero / Heather Marx Gallery / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> Interview with Helen Allen, director of Pulse Art Fair / Interview (Theodore Bouloukos)
> The Armory Show 2006 New York
> DiVA 2006 New York

>>> Matisse at Fondation Beyeler, Basel

>>> Fine Art Fair Frankfurt, Frankfurt / Main

> Jonathan Meese and Tal R at Fine Art Frankfurt
> Fine Art Fair Frankfurt 2006
> Nikola Dietrich / Charity Auction Portikus / Fine Art Fair Frankfurt
> Dr. Julian Heynen / German AIDS Foundation Beneficial Art Auction / Fine Art Fair Frankfurt

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/. All episodes are compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers like FireAnt and DTV can be used as well. Subscribe with the following address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV.

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland, with correspondents worldwide. VernissageTV is offering special services for exhibition venues.

Website: http://www.vernissage.tv
Main feed (RSS 2.0 encl.): http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV

DISCUSSION

VernissageTV News: Impressions and Interviews: ARCO 06 and Transmediale.06


Basel, Switzerland, February 21, 2006
The most recent episodes on VernissageTV video podcast cover:

>>>>> International Fair for Contemporary Art ARCO'06 Madrid, Spain: impressions, interviews and statements:

- Carl Berg, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles und Amsterdam (artists: Neha Choksi und Jared Pankin)

- Corinne Enquist, C. A. Galerija, Zagreb / Croatia (artist: Dan Oki)

- Camilo Alvarez, Samson Projects, Boston (artists: Leslie Hewitt und Wardell Milan, Rune Olsen)

- Enrique Guerrero, Enrique Guerrero Gallery, Mexico City (artist: Olga Adelantado)

- Bennett Roberts, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles (artist: Ed Templeton)

- Kenny Schachter, Kenny Schachter ROVE, London (artist: Zaha Hadid, Vito Acconci)

- Franziska Leeb, Galerie Grita Insam, Wien (artist: Frantisek Lesak, Ken Lum, Peter Sandbichler and Ruth Schnell)

- Martin Behr, G.R.A.M. (Galerie Lisi Haemmerle, Bregenz)

- Hiroyuki Matsukage, Tokio (Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokio)

- Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana / Slovenia (artists: son:DA and Ziga Kariz)

>>>>> Transmediale'06 Berlin, Germany: impressions and interviews:

- Vera Tollmann, co-curator.

- Frederic Eyl, Gunnar Green und Richard The (Interview: Jussi Angesleva)

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland, with correspondents worldwide. VernissageTV is offering special services for exhibition venues. Website: http://www.vernissage.tv - Podcast-Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV.

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/. All episodes are compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers like FireAnt and DTV can be used as well. Subscribe with the following address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV/

Press contact:
Karolina Zupan-Rupp, contact@vernissage.tv
VernissageTV, Munsterberg 1, 4001 Basel / Switzerland
Phone: +41 61 283 24 55
Website: http://www.vernissage.tv
Main feed (RSS 2.0 encl.): http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV

DISCUSSION

VernissageTV News


Vernissage TV News, January 31, 2006.

The most recent episodes on VernissageTV video podcast cover:

> Joe Colombo - Inventing the Future / Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein: VTV attends the opening reception and talks with the director of the Vitra Design Museum Berlin and curator of the exhibition, Mateo Kries, about the Italian designer Joe Colombo.

> VTV REMIX: VTV is starting a series, remixing and revisiting previous clips, people and works. First episodes feature a film about sex and art and the opening reception of Zaha Hadid Architecture - Projects and Built Work in the Architectural Museum in Basel, Switzerland.

> monochrom. An interview with the founder of the international art-technology-philosophy group monochrom, Johannes Grenzfurthner, at his office at Museumsquartier / Vienna. Topics: The beginnings of monochrom, the projects "Soviet Unterzoegersdorf" and "Brandmarker" and the groups invitation to Transmediale 2006. Interview in 3 parts.

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/. All episodes are compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers like FireAnt and DTV can be used as well. Subscribe with the following address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV.

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland. VernissageTV is currently looking for additional correspondents.

Website: http://www.vernissage.tv
Main feed (RSS 2.0 encl.): http://feeds.feedburner.com/VernissageTV