The Moving Image Archiving and Preservation (MIAP) program at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the University of Miami’s Norton Herrick Center for Motion Picture Studies have joined forces with the Estate of Buky Schwartz to preserve the late artist’s extensive archive of multimedia works. From the mid-1970s, Schwartz’s installations employed video and […]
On June 5th, 2015, Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory (3CT) will host an event featuring a tour of Buky Schwartz’s 1974 Untitled sculpture. The event will be presented by two practicing artists, an art historian, and an anthropologist, discussing salvage art, reanimation, and the significance of these concepts for their respective disciplines and practices. Christine […]
Read an article by the Washington Post covering the new exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in which Buky Schwartz’s video installation Painted Projections (1977) – is also covered. Source: Play video games and see trippy movies at “Watch This! Revelations in Media Art” – The Washington Post
Smithsonian American Art Museum has recently acquired Buky’s first video installation Painted Projection (1977). The piece is part of an exhibit titled Watch This! Revelations in Media Art – 3rd floor North, American Art Museum (April 24, 2015 – September 7, 2015)
The Carnegie Museum of Art is featuring Buky’s The Big Video Chair (1987) video installation, part of the museum’s collection in a group exhibit, titled Uncrated – March 9–May 8 2015. Check this blog post by the curator.