Benjamin Weil

Artistic Director of Centro Botín since January 2014, he has been Artistic Director of LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (Gijón) since July 2009. Weil graduated in 1989 from the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. Between 2006 and 2008, he was the executive director of Artists’ Space in New York. Among 2000 and 2006 he held the position of director of the Media Art Department at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA). At the same time he carried out the duty of chief curator at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (New York, 2003-2005) and collaborator in the Villette Numérique festival (Paris, 2004). Weil was also the artistic director of the HBOX project (2006-11), a programme of commissioned videos and a travelling exhibition produced by Hermès. During 2009 he was an invited professor at the Faculty of Visual Arts (IUAV) in Venice and he has also been advisor to the Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte in Turin.

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What you see may not be what you get

Universo vídeo. La Magia de las Imágenes
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A selection of works from the collection Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaître

The magic of the Collection of Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaître at LABoral

Some comments on the exhibition with Alfredo Aracil, assistant of BenjaminWeil, curator of the show

Collecting video art: Preservation, dissemination and passion for audiovisual works.

Ideas, notes and summary of the round table on video art collecting celebrated last April 12 at LABoral.

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LABoral brings back  the LABjoven Award with the support of Colección Los Bragales LABoral brings back the LABjoven Award with the support of Colección Los Bragales

Addressed to Asturian artists under 40, it is awarded with 9.500 €

The management of Grupo EdP cultural Foundations visits LABoral The management of Grupo EdP cultural Foundations visits LABoral

Their annual meeting is currently taking place in Asturias

Hand-held by David Rokeby, one of the pieces in Elastic Reality Hand-held by David Rokeby, one of the pieces in Elastic Reality

A brief analysis of the work by David Rokeby in Elastic Reality and all its implications

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