Portrait VALIE EXPORT: Foto © Lukas Beck, 2009

VALIE EXPORT, Prof. Dr. h.c.media and performance artist, filmmaker
born in Linz, lives and works in Vienna

 

VALIE EXPORT’s artistic work comprises: video environments, digital photography, installation, body performances, feature films, experimental films, documentaries, Expanded Cinema, conceptual photography, body-material interactions, Persona Performances, laser installations, objects, sculptures, texts on contemporary art history and feminism. VALIE EXPORT is one of the most important pioneers on conceptual media art, performance and film.


1967 invention of her artist name VALIE EXPORT: an artistic concept and logo to be written in capital letters only


VALIE EXPORT takes part at the documenta 12 2007, and documenta 6, 1977, in Kassel

1985 nomination of EXPORT's feature film Die Praxis der Liebe, screenplay and direction, for the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival

Since 1975 curatorial projects, international symposiums, exhibitions and film programmes

 

Her works are in international collections like Centro Pompidou, Paris, Tate Modern, London, Reine Sophia, Madrid, MOMA, New York, MOCA, Los Angeles ect. Since 1968 participation in international exhibitions, for example:

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Venice Biennale, Venezia; documenta, Kassel; MoCA, Los Angeles; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; MUMOK, Vienna; Generali Foundation, Vienna; P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Bruxelles; Tate Modern, London; Metropolitan Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea; Metropolitan Museum, New York; ars electronica, Linz/Austria.

Screenings at international film and video festivals, for example London Underground Film Festival; London International Film Festival; Filmex, Los Angeles; Berlin International Film Festival as well as film festivals in Cannes, Montréal, Vancouver, San Francisco, Locarno, Hongkong, Sydney, New York, etc.

 

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