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December 11, 2012

INVADER film – World Premiere

On December 6, 2012, Jonathan LeVine Gallery and the Miami International Film Festival hosted the World Premiere of Art 4 Space, a short film by Parisian artist INVADER, documenting a project in which he launched a mosaic into the Earth’s stratosphere.

The private event was held in conjunction with Jonathan LeVine Gallery’s program at PULSE-Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach, comprised of a solo presentation of new works by INVADER. The booth included a video projection and a site-specific installation highlighting a selection of aliases from the artist’s Miami Invasion. During the fair, the artist also released a newly published book Mission Miami as well as a new invasion guide map, both documenting the his invasion of the city of Miami.

* Photographs by Miami International Film Festival as well as Adam Wallacavage

The screening took place at the Colony Theatre, a beautiful 80-year-old Art Deco gem located on Lincoln Road, in the heart of South Beach, Florida

The marquee

Custom INVADER admission stamps at the entrance

Jonathan LeVine

Guests finding seats before showtime

Miami International Film Festival’s Executive Director, Jaie Laplante introduces the film

Immediately following the film, Carlo McCormick warms up the crowd for a brief artist Q&A

INVADER appears wearing the same suit worn during his space launch project, as seen in the film

The artist takes a few questions from the audience

After the Q&A session, guests joined festival and gallery staff for a cocktail hour nearby. Many thanks to everyone who attended, we hope you enjoyed the film as much as we did! Stay tuned for details on date/location of the next screening event, coming soon…


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To read the rest of the story online, please visit: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/08/19/v-fullstory/2959391/furtive-french-mosaic-artiste.html


For more full program listing with complete details, please visit: http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/films/1140