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Truth and Beauty Digital Gallery Presents An Exclusive Online Exhibition MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE Cindy Konits

Sunday, October 6th, 2019

Truth and Beauty Digital Gallery present an Exclusive online exhibition and Canadian Premiere MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE  Part III : Post – Cinema by Cindy Konits. It runs to 28 October 2019


The MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE project is a personal exploration of representation and memory in 8mm family film created in 1940 and interpreted in the digital age.

Cindy Konits –

 Through the gaze of a man operating an 8mm film camera long before my birth, I view both familiar and unknown adults interacting with each other and children in ways concerning but familiar. Slow motion playback of 1-hour-B&W and 1-hour-color film reveals detail such as large blue stripes in a wide ruffle sundress that bring to mind the blue couch next to a breezy open window where I sat, age 4, watching a black and white television with a man by my side – the filmmaker himself. Marcel Proust named this recognition of the past in the present moment Memoire Involontaire (In Search of Lost Time 1871-1922). (more…)

Real Fake Film & Zendog Productions Host Immersive Exhibit at Anderson Contemporary

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

On May 5, 2016 Real Fake Film, ZenDog Productions and Anderson Contemporary will co-host a unique group show exhibition to celebrate the upcoming release of filmmaker Jeff Oppenheim’s new documentary “Real Fake: The Art, Life & Crimes of Elmyr de Hory.” The artists include Caroline Bergonzi, Valerie Carmet, Elenora Kupencow, Jamie Leo, Genevive Manquinay, Riad Miah, Roy Anthony Morrison, Andrei Petrov, Devorah Sperber, Darshan Manghnani, and Max Wiedemann. The artists offer individual perspective on the themes raised within the documentary. The exhibition further relies on several immersive experiences where gallery-goers will create collaborative “fakes”, envision non-visible art, and confess their Real/Fake sins at a confessional.

VIP preview Thursday, May 5, 2016,  Artists’ reception 6:30-7:30pm  Advance premiere screening 7:30, then Q&A with filmmaker & artists

The exhibition will remain on view through June 3 and will be open daily, Monday through Friday, 11AM to 6PM

Claude Troin’s ‘36,000 Years Later’ at Maestro Arts this summer (2/Jul-17/Sep)

Monday, June 29th, 2015

This summer Maestro Arts presents Claude Troin’s ‘36,000 Years Later’. As well as holding the private view for the upcoming exhibition of Troin’s work, Maestro Arts will be hosting the UK premiere of a collection of 15 short films entitled ‘36,000 Years Later’.  These films, produced by Folimage with ARTE and the support of the Rhône-Alpes region, include the resulting film Camera Obscura a film by Izú Troin with artwork by Claude Troin. For more information click here.

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