James Cohan, New York, presents Inverted Birth, the gallery’s seventh solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed video artist Bill Viola. Featured are six major works created between 2012 and 2014: Ancestors (2012), Inverted Birth (2014), and four pieces from the Martyrs series, Earth Martyr, Air Martyr, Fire Martyr, and Water Martyr (all 2014). Regarded as a seminal figure in the development of video art, Viola has been celebrated throughout his 40-year career for combining state-of-the-art technology with universal humanistic themes – birth, death, and the unfolding of consciousness.
Bill Viola, Inverted Birth, James Cohan Gallery, New York
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