Summer of Shorts Premiere Schedule

Saturday, June 10, 2017
Summer of Shorts Premiere Schedule

Art21 officially kicks off a summer of programming with Summer of Shorts, which will feature ten new films over the course of ten consecutive weeks.

Summer of Shorts Premiere Schedule

Art21 officially kicks off a summer of programming with Summer of Shorts, which will feature ten new films over the course of ten consecutive weeks.

From June 2 through August 4, a new film will premiere at noon every Friday right here on (as well as on the Art21 YouTube channel).

Summer of Shorts Premiere Schedule

Friday, June 2
Avery Singer’s Next Painting (New York Close Up)

Friday, June 9
Theaster Gates: Collecting (Extended Play)

Friday, June 16
Jordan Casteel (New York Close Up)

Friday, June 23
Meriem Bennani (New York Close Up)

Friday, June 30
Jeff Wall (Extended Play)

Friday, July 7
Stan Douglas (Extended Play)

Friday, July 14
Aki Sasamoto (New York Close Up)

Friday, July 21
Caroline Woolard (New York Close Up)

Friday, July 28
Liz Larner (Extended Play)

Friday, August 4
Chris Ware (Extended Play)

The New York Close Up digital series introduces five additional artists to the series roster through new films: Meriem BennaniJordan CasteelAki SasamotoAvery Singer, and Raúl de Nieves (whose first film premiered in April). A new film featuring Caroline Woolard will also premiere during Summer of Shorts.

The Extended Play digital series is a refreshed take on Art21’s longest-running digital series, formerly called Exclusive. Five new films will premiere during Summer of Shorts, featuring artists: Stan DouglasTheaster GatesLiz LarnerJeff Wall, and Chris Ware.

Summer of Shorts programming will extend across Art21 digital platforms, including Instagram takeovers by New York Close Up artist Tommy Hartung, as well as thematic and guest-contributed playlists featuring films from the ever-expanding Art21 Library.

Keep up with Summer of Shorts by joining the Art21 email list or by following Art21 on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Image on top: Artist Caroline Woolard’s collaborative project with Helen Lee & Alex Rosenberg, Carried On Both Sides. Production still from the Art21 digital series, New York Close Up.

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