Melbourne Art Fair is pleased to announce international gallery applications are open for Video 2022.
Video is an international platform for the exhibition and sale of moving-image art from new and iconic contemporary artists, staged within Australia’s leading contemporary art fair.
Melbourne Art Fair will take place in the Australian summer, 17-20 February 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, to present solo shows and works of scale and significance by the region’s most important contemporary galleries.
In a bid to help galleries maintain connection with Australasia’s active and growing collector-base during the pandemic, Melbourne Art Fair is accepting the remote participation of 5 international galleries in the sector.
Participants will physically exhibit in a curated exhibition space with a dedicated screen for one single-channel work per gallery, as well as online via Melbourne Art Fair Virtual.
Video, curated by Nina Miall (Curator International Art at QAGOMA), calls for applications with work that considers the relationship between contemporary art and the 2022 artistic program theme, Place.
- Exhibition of one work in the Video sector
- Equipment (single channel screen 55″ + sound), installation and signage provided
- Melbourne Art Fair Virtual Gallery Profile: allowing the presentation of up to 8 other artworks
- Dedicated digital promotion
- Press opportunities
- VIP Tour inclusion
- VIP passes
- On-the-ground sales support
For questions, please contact Jodie Kras, Gallery Relations Manager, email@example.com
Nina Miall, Curator Video
Melbourne Art Fair welcomes Nina Miall, Curator International Art at QAGOMA, as the curator of the inaugural Video sector. Nina has 20 years experience working across institutional, commercial and public art contexts throughout Europe, the US, Asia and Australia. Most recently she curated the TarraWarra Biennial 2020: Slow Moving Waters. From 2012–2017, Nina was the visual arts curator at Carriageworks, Sydney, curating projects with major international artists and large-scale surveys of Australian art, including The National 2017: New Australian Art. Prior to Carriageworks, Nina was based in London for 12 years where she was a director of leading contemporary art gallery Haunch of Venison (2006–2011), and Head of Public Programs for the Royal Academy of Arts (2003–2005).
Image: Angela Tiatia, The Fall, 2017. Melbourne Art Fair 2018 Video sector.