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Christian Marclay: Festival

July 1–Sept 26, 2010

Artworks

Christian Marclay, Screen Play, 2005. Single-channel video projection, black-and-white with color, silent; 29 min. Courtesy the artist. © Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay, Zoom Zoom, 2008. Digital slide projection, color, silent. Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery. © Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay, Screen Play, 2005. Single-channel video projection, black-and-white with color, silent; 29 min. Courtesy the artist. © Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay, Graffiti Composition, 1996–2002. Portfolio of 150 digital prints. Printed by Muse X Editions, Los Angeles, published by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery. © Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay, Graffiti Composition, 1996–2002. Portfolio of 150 digital prints. Printed by Muse X Editions, Los Angeles, published by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery. © Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay, Graffiti Composition, 1996–2002. Portfolio of 150 digital prints. Printed by Muse X Editions, Los Angeles, published by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery. © Christian Marclay
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Festival Flickr Project

Mary Halvorson playing “Wind Up Guitar” on July 22, 2010. By stephen kozlowski.
Mary Halvorson playing “Wind Up Guitar” on July 22, 2010. By stephen kozlowski.
Joan LaBarbara performs Christian Marclay’s “Manga Scroll” on July 16, 2010. By popzoombuzz.
Joan LaBarbara performs Christian Marclay’s “Manga Scroll” on July 16, 2010. By popzoombuzz.
A visitor performs Christian Marclay’s “Chalkboard.” By bfarwell.
A visitor performs Christian Marclay’s “Chalkboard.” By bfarwell.
Christian Marclay performing “Zoom Zoom” on July 17, 2010. By popzoombuzz.
Christian Marclay performing “Zoom Zoom” on July 17, 2010. By popzoombuzz.
Nicolas Collins performs “Sixty Four Bells and a Bow” on July 5, 2010. By Xenakis 2010.
Nicolas Collins performs “Sixty Four Bells and a Bow” on July 5, 2010. By Xenakis 2010.

These are some of the hundreds of photographs taken by visitors to Christian Marclay: Festival. To learn more about the photographs featured here, please click on the images above.