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Video art off the beaten path

Thank you to all the artists for the successful show!

Things We Wear


Things We Wear was a pilot in the series of video art events in the San Francisco Bay Area Thank you to all the artists making our pilot project a great success!

Ralph Klewitz, Susana Sanroman, Clair Bain, Alfred Hernandes, Andrew Neil Hayes, Roland Wegerer, Benoit Maubrey, Megan Leigh Hellig, Natalja Kondratova, Elisabet Palomo Solà, Chun-Yu Chen, India Roper-Evans!

Revealing or concealing, identifying or masking, formulaic or unique are but a few features of the role dress plays in our lives. The relationship of clothing to the being that wears it is the theme of the upcoming video art exhibition to be featured at the live event Fall Fashion Show in the San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Boutique, as well as at Ephemereye online permanent video show. Taken as an opportunity to showcase video art as a contemporary art form, and expose the work of artists working with video to the new audiences.


Will be on show at Victoria theatre in San Francisco!

Participating artists:

Adrian Regnier ChavezEija Temisevä,  Ilaria PezoneLorenzo PapantiLydia GyurinaPierre AjavonYoon Suokwon, Susana Sanroman, Vanja Karas, Natalia Jezova, India Roper-Evans, Eija Temisevä, Anabela Costa, Andrew McDonald, Crystel Egal, Jude Cowan Montague, Gala Mirissa, Joanne Alvis, John Longenbaugh, Karolin Schwab, Katherine Sweetman, Marc Dixon & Dennis Gaines, Matteo Campulla, Mladen Stropnik, Robert Ladislas Derr, Sandrine Deumier, Tina Sulc, Veronica Shimanovskaya, and Laura Cohen.


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Live Event is over, but ephemereye virtual show is on

Persian Heritage for the World


In collaboration with The Cambridge Shahnameh Centre for Persian Studies, Ephemereye announces an Open Call for Artists.

The Cambridge Shahnameh Centre for Persian Studies will be celebrating its 5th Anniversary in 2019. As a part of Shahnameh Forever Series, the Centre will be hosting an art event: Shahnameh Forever 005: Persian Heritage for the World. The event will feature the work of artists inspired by the famous ancient and mediaeval literary and visual Persian Classics. [ more.. ]

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