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The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Video Collection

ARTEXT is pleased to announce that we are acting as the international distributor of the outstanding collection of videos on contemporary avant-garde art from The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

These videos were directed by Branka Bogdanov and are noteworthy for their focus on the intersection between art and cultural practice. Most of the videos contain unique footage of the artists speaking about the issues that drive their work, as well as footage from exhibitions or the artist's studio.

Offered in VHS-NTSC format only (not available in PAL). All tapes are non-returnable. Full details on ordering appear at the bottom of this catalogue. Orders of 6-20 titles automatically receive a 10% discount; orders of 20+ titles receive a 15% discount. Retailers: For bulk wholesale orders, please inquire.


(ATTIE #A14546)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. SHIMON ATTIE: An Unusually Bad Lot (Video). A video documentary about a new public artwork by New York-based artist Shimon Attie. An unusually Bad Lot was a projection onto the historic facade of the Institute of Contemporary Art. The work draws its imagery from the building's former use in the late 19th and 20th centuries as Division 16 of the Boston police department, incorporating a laser-written text and images from old police case files. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 15 min. 2000. $25.00. [Order]

(CHEN ZHEN #A17206)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. CHEN ZHEN: Inner Body Landscapes (Video). Important contemporary Chinese multi-media and sound sculpture installation artist who combines Buddhist philosophy with Western avant-garde art issues. Chen's deeply felt social and political concerns are merged with his personal struggle against illness. The video also includes an interview with the artist's widow and collaborator Xu-Min. Created to accompany the exhibition Chen Zhen: Inner Body Landscapes curated by Gilbert Vicario for the ICA, Boston. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS. 20 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 2002. $25.00. [Order]

(DOPITOVA #A12988)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. MILENA DOPITOVA (Video). Shot in Prague, this video documentary offers an encounter with the vibrant contemporary Czech art scene (post "Velvet Revolution" of 1989), with a focus on the work of artist Milena Dopitova whose multi-media productions in photography, installation art, and sculpture have achieved major international recognition. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 25 min. In English. 1994. $30.00. [Order]

(ELIASSON #A16169)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. Studio OLAFUR ELIASSON (Video). A video documentary recording the stages of creation of several of Eliasson's most recent installation works, focusing on the artist's working practices and aesthetic philosophy. Filmed in his studio in Berlin and his gallery in New York, the tape includes statements by the artist as well as by his friends, curators, and art historians. Created to accompany the exhibition Your Only Real Thing is Time curated by Jessica Morgan. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 15 min. In English. 2000. $25.00 [Order]

(FISCHLI and WEISS #A12981)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. FISCHLI and WEISS: In a Restless World (Video). Examination of the humorous and disquieting body of work by renowned Swiss collaboration artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Includes photographs, sculpture, installations and excerpts from their video work. Interviews with Elizabeth Armstrong, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Christoph Grunenberg, with a narration based on a presentation by Bice Curiger. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 20 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1997. $35.00. [Order]

(LEIBOVITZ #A12175)
LEIBOVITZ, ANNIE. ANNIE LEIBOVITZ: Words and Images (Video). Filmed in Leibovitz's studio in Manhattan, this documentary offers an encounter with an extraordinary array of memories and characters, and behind-the-scene stories about the many men and women Leibovitz has photographed during her 25-year career as one the foremost American photographers. Interview conducted by Matthew Teitelbaum. Directed and produced by Branka Bogdanov. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 12:31 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1992. $25.00. [Order]

(MALCOLM X #A12989)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. Young, Black & MALCOLM X (Video). Produced by American inner-city teens, this documentary is a fast-paced mix of hip-hop, beat poetry, and urban street life interwoven with recollections of Black Muslim leader Malcolm X by his family and historians of black culture and history. Youth producers: Bernadine Altidor, Rico Carrion, Frank Cinelli, Lenny Fuentes, Natalia Velez. NTSC-VHS 26 min. 1993. $30.00. [Order]

(MARSHALL #A12172)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. KERRY JAMES MARSHALL: Mementos (Video). Video documentary. Marshall is a Chicago-based African-American artist whose work concerns itself with the legacy of the civil rights movement and the role of collective memory in the recording of history. This documentary is taken from Marshall's Boston lecture about his work delivered in June 1999, with footage from the exhibition organized by the Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 25 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art in collaboration with the Renaissance Society, Chicago, 1999. $35.00. [Order]

(MEIRELES #A12173)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. CILDO MEIRELES (Video). A video documentary on the work one of Brazil's most important contemporary conceptual artists whose pieces span the period from the late 60's to the present, in media ranging from small conceptual objects to large-scale sculpture and installations. At the center of Meireles' work is the tension between socio-political issues and his creation of related formal and aesthetic concerns. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 28 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1997. $35.00. [Order]

(RAMA #A11910)
Bogdanov, Branka. CAROL RAMA: a portrait. 24 min. video documentary on Carol Rama, an important contemporary Italian feminist artist who has been making work addressing gender roles, sexuality, loss and loneliness for over sixty years. Extensive footage of the artist's studio, her artwork, interviews with critics, curators, collectors and friends of the artist including Corrado Levi, Cristina Mundici and Marco Vallora. Filmed in Turin; directed and produced by Branka Bogdanov for the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art. In English. VHS-NTSC 1998. $35.00. [Order]

(THURBER / HODGES #A12171)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. Home: Photographs by SHELLBURNE THURBER / JIM HODGES: every way (Video). A documentary on two artists:Thurber's recent project photographing empty and often decaying "grand" houses in the South. Jim Hodges, New York-based artist brings together material and imagery to create elegiac memorials to temporality and ephemeral experience. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 25 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1999. $30.00. [Order]

(TROCKEL #A12168)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. ROSEMARIE TROCKEL (Video). Partly filmed in Cologne, this documentary presents the work of one of the most important contemporary German artists whose work is executed in a variety of media including sculpture, drawing, installation, painting and fabric pieces. A feminist artmaker, Trockel constructs a controversial new cultural image of femininity. Produced in conjunction with the U.S. tour of the Rosemarie Trockel retrospective. Includes a discussion by leading German critics Jutta Koether, Isabelle Graw and Monika Spruth. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 21 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1991. $40.00. [Order]

(WEGMAN #A12994)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. An Afternoon with WILLIAM WEGMAN (Video). Video interview and presentation of Wegman's photographs, drawings, video work, and paintings, as well as a rare opportunity to witness one of Wegman's photo sessions with his dogs Fay Ray and Bettina. In the interview conducted by Matthew Teitelbaum, Wegman comments on his childhood and the meaning of humor in his work. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 15 min. 1991. $25.00. [Order]

(WHITEREAD #A13161)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. RACHEL WHITEREAD: Sculpture (Video). A pioneer study of the British sculptor Rachel Whiteread including an exploration of her sculptures Closet, Ether, Ghost, Room, and House, sculptural images of the spaces we occupy during our journey from childhood to death. Contains commentary by the artist as well as by art critics and curators James Lingwood, Lynne Cooke, Patrick Murphy, Christoph Grunenberg, Milena Kalinovska, and Trevor Fairbrother. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 22 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1995. $45.00. [Order]

(WODICZKO #A13460)
Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art. Bunker Hill Monument Projection by KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO (Video). For this major public art project commissioned to celebrate Boston's Freedom Trail, Wodiczko created a tape-loop (included in this video) which projected onto the Bunker Hill monument a controversial dialogue on the devastation of losing loved ones to murder. Three Charlestown mothers and two young men from South Boston openly reflect on the silence within and outside their communities that has resulted in an alarming number of unsolved homicide cases. NTSC-VHS 22:30 min. 1998. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A16170)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Art on the Emerald Necklace (Video) A video documentary on the temporary outdoor public art installations by eight contemporary artists that were installed throughout the Emerald Necklace (Boston's system of linked parks designed by Frederick Law Olmstead in the late 19th century.) Includes work by: James Boorstein, Ann Carlson, Ellen Driscoll, Barnaby Evans, Kennedy and Violich Architecture, Cornelia Parker, Michael Van Valkenburgh, Nari Ward. Interviews with the artists as well as with Jill Medvedow and Allan Banks (Frederick Law Olmstead National Historic Site). Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 20 min. 2000. $25.00 [Order]

(BOSTON #A12996)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Between Spring and Summer: Soviet Conceptual Art in the Era of Late Communism (Video). A video exploration of the Soviet conceptual art movement of the 1970s-1980s including important interviews with Ilya Kabakov, Komar and Melamid, Brodsky, Utkin, Avvakumov, Petrenko, Skripina, Africa, Novikov, Zahkarov, Mironenko, Volkov, Filipov, Serebriakova, and the Zvezdochatovs. Also includes a performance by the Collective Action Group with Andrei Monastirsky and Nicolai Panitkov. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 36 min. Boston, ICA in collaboration with the Tacoma Art Museum, 1990. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A13462)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston School (Video). Focus on a group of artists living and working in Boston during the late '70s and early '80s: Nan Goldin, David Armstrong, Philip- Lorca di Corcia, Shellburne Thurber, Jack Pierson, Tabboo (Stephen Tashjian), and art dealer Pat Hearn. With music appropriate to the time and place in which these artists emerged into the art world. NTSC-VHS 29 min. 1995. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12986)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Burnt Whole: Contemporary Artists Reflect on the Holocaust (Video). An absorbing documentary featuring artists born after World War II who represent diverse cultural and religious backgrounds from Germany, France, Argentina, Poland, Israel, and the USA. United by a common quest to come to terms with a past they know only indirectly through the study of history, family, media and literature, this generation of artists extends our understanding of the spiritual impact of the Holocaust on contemporary generations. Produced to accompany the exhibition curated by Karen Holtzman. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 29 min. In English. Boston, ICA in collaboration with The Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1994. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A13459)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Collectors Collect Contemporary 1990-99 (Video). Produced to accompany an exhibition drawn from 26 private collections of contemporary art, this video features the work of both established and emerging artists, and the passion of collecting. A celebration of diversity at the end of the 20th century. NTSC-VHS 30 min. 1998. $25.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12170)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Corazon Sangrante / The Bleeding Heart (Video). A documentary which focuses on the image of the bleeding heart in the work of 18 Mexican, Cuban, and Chicano artists. Includes works by Frida Kahlo, Ana Mendieta, Magdalena Campos, and Juan Francisco Elso. Interviews with: David Avalos, Jose Bedia Valdes, Javier de la Garza, Silvia Gruner, Eugenia V. Daniels, Magali Lara, Jaime Palacios, Adolfo Patino, Nestor Quinones, Michael Tracy, John Valadez, Nahum Zenil and two performance artists Astrid Hadad and Guillermo Gomez-Pena. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 44:34 min. In English and Spanish. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1995. $45.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12993)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Currents '91 (Brazil, Germany, Canada and the USA) (Video). Includes video interviews with contemporary German, Brazilian and American artists Thomas Struth, Jack Leirner, Spring Hulbert, John Miller, Nayland Blake and Carrie Mae Weems. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 48 min. 1991. $45.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12992)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Currents '92: The Absent Body (Video). Designed to supplement and record an important exhibition of the early 1990s on the theme of the absent body - the body suggested, conjured, whispered, but not depicted. Artists include: Guillermo Kuitca (Argentina), Doris Salcedo (Columbia), Francesca Woodman (USA), Shellburne Thurber (USA), Eugenio Dittborn (Chile), Paul Lincoln (England). Partially filmed in Argentina by television producer Juan Mandelbaum, and in the US by Branka Bogdanov, director and producer. NTSC-VHS 26 min. 1992. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12990)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Currents '93: Dress Codes (Video). A daring documentary that examines the critique of gender stereotypes in contemporary art production, cross- dressing and performance. Artists include: Lyle Ashton Haris (USA), Nan Goldin (USA), Juan Davila (Chile/Australia), Catherine Opie (USA), Millie Wilson (USA), Mariette Pathy Alen (USA), Nina Levit (Canada), Rupaul (USA), Abe Rybeck (Boston), Diane Torr (New York). Music by Bird Bardot, Moie Rene. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 38 min. 1993. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12984)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Currents '95: Familiar Places (Video). This video documents the art of 23 artists whose work addresses the persistent theme of Home in contemporary life. Issues include the relationship between concepts of home and family, home and public and private spaces, and the politicization of living spaces. Includes interviews with artists Renee Cox, Jason Dodge, Byron Kim, Sowon Kwon, Virginia Namarkoh, David Reeb, and Janice Rogovin. Interviews with curators Lia Gangitano and Milena Kalinovska, scholars Philip Yenawine and Alla Efimova. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 30 min. 1995. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12987)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Elvis & Marilyn: 2 x Immortal (Video). A documentary exploration of the mythology of two American icons: Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe, approached through the art they inspired from major contemporary artists. Includes Peter Halley, Audrey Flack, Patty Carroll, Malcah Zeldis, Roy Tomboli, Greely Myatt, Joni Mabe, and Alexander Guy, as well as impersonators, fans, and footage from a 1994 candlelight vigil at Graceland. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 30 min. 1994. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12982)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Enterprise: Venture and Process in Contemporary Art (Video). Features a selection of contemporary artists who cirumvent traditional methods of art production and who explore new strategies of presentation. Includes:Vanessa Beecroft (Italy), Liam Gillick (England), Henrietta Lehtonen (Finland), Fabrice Hybert (France), Eran Schaerf (Israel), Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thailand), and Pae White (USA). A video accompaniment to the exhibition held at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 20 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1997. $30.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12983)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Gothic: Transmutations of Horror in Late Twentieth Century Art (Video). Documentation of the fascination with horror and terror in contemporary cultural production: the visual fascination with grotesque depictions of death, decay, and disease, as welll as the manifestations of disturbed and deranged minds. Interviews with an international selection of artists, critics, curators address the Gothic influence on contemporary art, film, fashion, literature, and music. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 35 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1997. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A11906)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Inside the Visible (Video). An important supplement to the massive exhibition catalogue, this video contains additional interviews with many of the artists included in the exhibition: Louise Bourgeois, Nancy Spero, Mona Hatoum, Cecilia Vicuna, Ellen Gallagher, interwoven with images of art and archival footage of different periods of 20th century art by women artists. A gathering of voices of different generations that have challenged the patriarchal status quo of modern art practice. NTSC-VHS. 31 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1996. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12995)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Interviews with Soviet Conceptual Artists: ILYA KABAKOV, KOMAR and MELAMID, COLLECTIVE ACTION GROUP and DMITRI PRIGOV (Video). Features extensive video interviews with the most prominent members of the Soviet conceptual art scene of the 1980's. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 38 min. 1990. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12979)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Let Freedom Ring (Video). A video documentation of four contemporary public art works on the themes of freedom and tyranny created at four historic sites along Boston's freedom trail by Krzysztof Wodiczko, Jim Hodges, Mildred Howard, and Barbara Steinman. Includes interviews with the artists and views of the completed installations commissioned by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 20 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1998. $30.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A15075)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. MARLENE DUMAS / RINEKE DIJKSTRA / LAYLAH ALI (video). A video supplement to the three-person exhibition of these influential contemporary women artists, curated by Jessica Morgan. All three artists are interviewed in their studios where they reflect on the pleasures and anxieties of their different creative processes. Dumas discusses her two series of drawings "One Hundred Models" and "Rejects"; Dijkstra discusses her photographs of adolescents; Ali, a contemporary African American painter, tells stories about the characters evoked in her pictures. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 24 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 2001. $25.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12176)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Montage and Modern Life (Video). An examination of the aesthetic, social and political influence of montage practice in Germany, the Soviet Union, Holland, and the U.S. between WWI and WWII. The video utilizes montage effects to bring together an unprecedented number of works including commercial and political posters, photographs, advertisements, book jackets, film excerpts, and interviews with curators and critics. Bogdanov, Branka, Director and producer. NTSC- VHS 35 min. In English. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1992. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12174)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. New Histories (Video). A video documentary about nine international artists whose art work examines and interrogates the issues of historical narrative. Important exhibition of work by women and artists of color. Artists include: Isaac Julien (U.K.), Kara Walker (USA), Lorraine O'Grady (USA), Zofia Kulik (Poland), Mariko Mori (Japan), Virginia Nimarkoh (U.K.), Adriana Varejao (Brazil), Fred Wilson (USA). Artist interviews, with commentary by scholars such as Kobena Mercer, Steven Nelson, Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, and Lea Freid. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 35 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1996. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12997)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. On the Passage of a few People through a Rather Brief Moment in Time: The Situationist International 1956-1972 (Video). A video documentary combining exhibition footage of the Situationist International exhibitions with film footage of the 1968 Paris student uprising, and graffiti and slogans based on the ideas of Guy Debord (one of the foremost spokesmen of the Situationist International movement). Also includes commentary by leading art critics Greil Marcus, Thomas Levine, and artists Malcolm Mac Laren and Jamie Reid. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 22 min. 1989. $30.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12991)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Performing Objects (Video). A video documentary that brings together rare interviews with video artists Dara Birnbaum, Peter Campus, Rebecca Horn, Tatsuo Miyajima, Stan Douglas, Gary Hill and curator Robert Storr. The video also serves as a complete catalogue of the exhibition held at the ICA Boston from December 9, 1992- February 21, 1993. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 36 min. 1992. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12985)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Public Interventions (Video). Video documentary exploration of the radical changes that have taken place in the field of contemporary public art and the new language of engagement with pressing cultural and political issues. Includes interviews with artists such as Tim Rollins, Helen and Newton Harrison, Gloria Bornstein, Buster Simpson, Reclamation Artists, Mags Harries, Lajos Heder, Heidi Schork, Ted Clausen, Jeff de Castro, Dunja Alwan, and Buffalo Gals. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 47 min. In English. 1994. $40.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A12980)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. the quiet in the land: Everyday Life, Contemporary Art, and the Shakers (Video). This video documents the experience and work of ten internationally renowned artists during their 4-month residencies at the Sabbathday Lake Shaker community in Maine. Artists include: Jana Sterbak, Mona Hatoum, Janine Antoni, Domenico de Clario, Adam Fuss, Sam Samori, Kazumi Tanaka, Wofgang Tilmans, Nari Ward, and Chen Zhen. Branka Bogdanov, Director and producer. NTSC-VHS 30 min. Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1999. $35.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A13461)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Transience and Sentimentality: From Boston and Beyond (Video). A reflection on the intimate experience of artists who have worked in Boston during a formative time in their careers. Includes: John Brattin, Deborah Bright, Tom Cole, Tom Friedman, Jason Byron Gavann, Maura Jasper, Kurt Kauper, Chris Kysor, John O'Reilly, Bonnie Porter, Luther Price, Suara Welitoff, and Charlota Westergren. Based on an exhibition curated by Lia Gangitano and Christoph Grunenberg. NTSC-VHS 30 min. 1998. $25.00. [Order]

(BOSTON #A13463)
BOSTON. Institute of Contemporary Art. Ways to See: New Art from Massachusetts (Video). Focus on the work of five nationally-recognized Massachusetts artists working in a range of media from realist painting, sculpture, photography to video installation: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Carlota Duarte, Paul Bowen, Gregory Gillespie, and Tony Oursler. NTSC-VHS 36 min. 1992. $30.00. [Order]


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