Project Video 2015

Dias & Riedweg, Miguel Angel Ríos, Melanie Smith

February 24 - April 4, 2015

Dias & Riedweg, Crime Master (video still), 2013. One channel video installation, 4:57 min. Edition of 3.
Miguel Angel Ríos, A Matar (video still), 2004. One channel wall projection, 2:00 minutes. Edition of 5.
Miguel Angel Ríos, Time Out (video still), 2004. One channel wall projection, 1:17 min. Edition of 3.
Melanie Smith / Rafael Ortega, Aztec Stadium. Malleable Deed (video still), 2010. HD Video, single channel video projection, 10:29 min. Edition of 4.

Press Release

Please join Sicardi Gallery to celebrate the opening of Project Video 2015 with a first screening at 12:30, Tuesday, February 24.

A light lunch will be served.
RSVP requested: press@sicardi.com.

Sicardi Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of video by Dias & Riedweg, Miguel Angel Ríos, and Melanie Smith, on view through April 4, 2015. The exhibition will feature recent works by each artist, looped continuously in a single-channel projection in the Project Room Gallery.


Begun in 2013, Project Video is Sicardi Gallery's series of exhibitions dedicated to innovation in video. Including a curated selection of videos, each exhibition places contemporary artists from Latin America in dialogue, suggesting diverse approaches to issues of urban life, humor, modernism, and mortality. This year's iteration includes: Melanie Smith / Rafael Ortega's Aztec Stadium, Malleable Deed (2010), Miguel Angel Ríos's A Matar (2004) and Time Out (2004), and Dias & Riedweg's Crime Master (2013). Total run time for Project Video 2015 is 21 minutes.

For more information, please write to press@sicardi.com or call 713-529-1313.