December 5-8 beginning at 8:00 PM
New World Center
Art Video features film and video works by today’s most exciting international artists, presented by the galleries of Art Basel Miami Beach. Organized in association with London’s Artprojx, Art Video will be screened in Miami Beach SoundScape on the 7,000 square-foot outdoor projection wall of the New World Center, as well as within five viewing pods inside the Miami Beach Convention Center.
One of the highlights of Art Video is the international premiere of Bliss, a 12-hour video work by Icelandic filmmaker Ragnar Kjartansson. Co-presented by Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Art Museum, and the New World Center, Bliss will be projected onto the wall from sunset to sunrise beginning Saturday, December 8 at 6:00 PM. Don’t miss this exciting event!
For the outdoor screening at the New World Center, Artprojx has expanded Art Video, presenting eight programs between December 5-8, beginning at 8:00 PM each night.
For more information including a complete listing of Art Video, click here.
Saturday, December 8 at 7:30 PM
New World Center
Michael Linville, conductor
Paul Jacobs, organ
WUORINEN: Percussion Symphony
HARRISON: Organ Concerto with Percussion Orchestra
Students and faculty from the University of Miami’s percussion department share the stage with the NWS Fellows in during this avant-garde drumming ensemble concert. First, the Fellows will perform Charles Wuorinen’s immense Percussion Symphony, which requires 22 percussionists and two pianists. Later, Lou Harrison’s rarely performed Concerto for Organ and Percussion Orchestra will feature organ soloist Paul Jacobs in a spectacular array of sound.
All Tickets $10
This concert is sponsored in part by:
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music
Experience Frank Gehry’s only Florida commission, a cornerstone of artistic activity at the intersection of architecture and music.
Tours are available for $5 per person each of the following days at 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM.
Wednesday, Dec. 5
Thursday, Dec. 6
Friday, Dec. 7
Saturday, Dec. 8
For tour reservations, please visit www.nws.edu/tours or call (305) 673-3331.