On Thursday, April 13, 2017, Alan Faena and FAENA ART celebrated the opening of the Biennale of Moving Images at Faena Bazaar and Park in Miami Beach. A co-production between Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève and FAENA ART, the Biennale of Moving Images is a one-of-a-kind hybrid event bringing together visual artists, film directors, and performers under the artistic direction of Andrea Bellini and Ximena Caminos in collaboration with Cecilia Alemani, Caroline Bourgeois, and Elvira Dyangani Ose. This marks the 15th edition of the Biennale of Moving Images and the first time that it has been presented in the United States.

Art world luminaries and Miami VIPS’s came together last Thursday to fete the debut of The Biennale of Moving Images. Guests enjoyed video installations from artists including Jillian Mayer, Kerry Tribe, and others. The entire Bazaar was overtaken by the chic crowd discovering the wealth of arts programming offered on the campus. White hot electronic duo Paperwater entertained the revelers on the rooftop with an electronic set. Notables in attendance included:

A selection of highlights from the Biennale is presented across the Faena District, set in non-traditional spaces and accompanied by an open screening program as well as special features in the Faena Hotel screening room. The exhibition continues through April 30, 2017 with screenings Wednesday – Sunday 3pm – 9pm throughout Faena District between 32nd and 35th Streets on Collins Avenue and is free and open to the public.

For full schedule, please go to http://www.faenaart.org/exhibitions/film-program/

Space is limited, please RSVP.

Thursday, April 20

7 pm — PAMM

Kerry Tribe, Exquisite Corpse, 2016, 51 min. Courtesy of the artist and 1301PE, Los Angeles.
Free with museum admission.

Contact: education@pamm.org

Friday April 21st
8 pm — Faena Bazaar Patio
Yuri Ancarani, The Challenge, 2016, 67 min. Courtesy of the artist.
Presented by Juan Barquin, writer and film critic, Miami New Times.
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Saturday April 22nd
7 pm — Faena Hotel Screening Room
Massimo D’Anolfi & Martina Parenti, L’Infinita Fabbrica del Duomo, 2016, 121 min. Courtesy of the artist.
Presented by Alastair Gordon, Contributor Editor for Architecture and Design at Wall Street Journal.
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Sunday April 23rd
8 pm—Faena Bazaar Patio
Jillian Mayer, You’ll be Okay, 2014, 4 min loop. Courtesy of the artist.
Paris Kain, Love. Serve. Remember, 2016, 4 min. Courtesy of the artist.
Jenna Hasse, Soltar, 2016, 24 min. Courtesy of the artist and Louise Productions.
Bertille Bak, Usine À Divertissement (Entertainment Factory), 2016, 20 min. Courtesy of the artist and Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève.
Alessio di Zio, Genesee, 14 min., Sioux Rapids, 15 min. Courtesy of the artist.
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Friday April 28th

7 pm – Faena Hotel Screening Room
Boris Mitić, Once Upon a Nothing, 2016, 60 min. Courtesy of the artist.
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8:30 pm – Faena Hotel Screening Room
Yuri Ancarani, The Challenge, 2016, 67 min. Courtesy of the artist.
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Saturday April 29th
7 pm – Faena Hotel Screening Room
Bodil Furu, Mangeurs de Cuivre, 2016, 81 min. Courtesy of the artist.
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Sunday April 30th
8 pm—Faena Bazaar Patio
Kerry Tribe, Exquisite Corpse, 2016, 51 min. Courtesy of the artist and 1301PE, Los Angeles.
Kerry Tribe in conversation with Franklin Sirmans, Director of Pérez Art Museum Miami and Ximena Caminos, Artistic Director and Chair, Faena Art.
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