A film that explores the driving vision behind an Art Gallery. Aleph Contemporary is a new art gallery in London that cuts across the digital paradigm and bends the technical possibilities of the internet to the requirements of physical art making.
Director: Simeon Lumgair
Produced by: Quirky Motion
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This is a brief introduction to their work. How they describe themselves...
"Our project is not a web store, it is a dynamic, visual and academic hub for artist and art lover alike. We plan to show at art fairs in London and abroad. Our artists are carefully selected on an individual basis, with discussions and studio visits before they take part in Aleph Contemporary. Video interviews of the artists in their studio deepen our insight into their practices. Curatorial and analytical essays are included with every artist’s profile, to place their work into art historical and theoretical context. We know that the internet is ephemeral, and content comes and goes. Artists understand this, too, which is why they make art to last. Aleph Contemporary is committed to an active publication programme, publishing catalogues to specially curated physical exhibitions in London, highlighting particular angles and areas of artists’ concerns."
We also produced a series following the artists in Aleph Contemporary.