Welcome to Nuit Blanche Video!
For the second year, the festival brings the highly successful concept of Nuit Blanche to London, partnering with international artists, cultural institutions and selected businesses including some of the city's finest shops, restaurants and private member's clubs. Focusing on the moving image, Nuit Blanche Video takes a look at 'The World We Live In' through the eyes of Contemporary Artists working in the medium of film/video. The artworks are screened in the windows of the West End, enabling viewers to discover a new side to the city.
A big thank you to all our sponsors, supporters and cultural partners: the Embassy of Israel, the Embassy of Switzerland in the UK, Ets.design, Emmanuel von Hartman, French Radio London, LOOP, Times Square Arts, Times Square Advertising Coalition, Wendy Fisher and all those who wish to remain anonymous.
Have a wonderful night discovering video art and re-discovering London!
The Nuit Blanche Video team
Yasmine Datnow is an independent Art Consultant, Curator and writer. She previously worked as Modern Collections Coordinator at White Cube.
Maïa Morgensztern is the Founder of Culture ALT, the first French Culture Magazine in the UK, as well as an independent journalist and Art Curator. Before that she was the Editor-in-chief, Culture for French Radio London, as well as Art and Auction Manager for Robert Wilson's Watermill Foundation in New York.
Marie Shek is an independent, international Curator. She was decorated Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French government in 2011. She served as Cultural Attaché to Israel in San Francisco 1997-2000
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