As a winner at Arte Laguna, Kevin Frech’s video piece, “The Minimum,” will be shown at the “2019 Art Nova 100” exhibition at Beijing Guardian Art Center in Beijing, China, September 8 - 12 .
Kevin Frech’s work “The Minimum” was selected as an Arte Nova prize winner at the 13 Edition of Arte Laguna on 30 March in Venice, Italy. Kevin’s work will be shown the Beijing Guardian Art Center, China.
Kevin’s video work, “The Minimum,” made the finals of the 2019 Arte Laguna Prize in Venice, Italy.
Prizewinners will be announced on March 30 at the Venice Arsenale. Kevin will be there; invitation is free, so join us if you can. The exhibition will run March 30 - April 25.
Kevin’s video works “Foundation and Empire” and “Two Degrees” have been selected to run at the Storefront Media Gallery, in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, beginning in July 11 and projected to run for one year.
Storefront Media Gallery is one of many initiatives run by 4Culture an arts organization that funds and supports cultural work in the Seattle area.
The two video pieces will be on display at the street-level gallery, which is visible to pedestrians, public transport and cyclists, reaching over 20,000 people a day.
Kevin’s videos “The Minimum,” “Global Warming Series” and “Nails on a Blackboard,” along iwth a new, as yet-unnamed video, will be part of Freeze Tag, a video installation/performance night and one-day pop-up show, curated by the Brooklyn Art Cluster, on Friday, August 24 and Saturday, Aug. 25. Come and join Kevin and the the 14 other participating artists. It's free, it's fun, it's art.
I'm showing my video pieces "The Minimum," "Global Warming Series" and "Nails On a Blackboard" at LIC Arts Open Summer Exhibition, Aug. 2 - 31, at the Factory, part of a total group of 40 artists and 60 works spread out over two galleries. The Factory, 30-30 47th Avenue, LIC, NY.
The kids like it. It's a hit!
December 7, 2017
My video piece, "The Minimum," won second prize at YICCA, an international contest of contemporary art, as one of 18 finalists and three U.S. artists. Winner and finalist work will be on display at the Museum Crocetti, Rome, beginning 18 November. YICCA is run by Art Association Aps Moho. For more information, go to https://yicca.org.