The Videoart at Midnight Editions series is the result of a discussion with leading experts in the field of time­based media art regarding the conventional art market practice of limitation vs. the artist’s and public’s interest in visibility and representation in a broader range of collections. Hence, the Videoart at Midnight Editions series both addresses the wish of artists and collections for copyright and qual­ity control of art works, and the need of doing justice to an endlessly reproducible medium and affordable prices.

Together with chosen artists who have been featured in the Videoart at Midnight screenings at Berlin’s Babylon film theatre in recent years, an outstanding work from their oeuvre—film or installation—is exclusively selected or newly produced. The work is published in an edition of 40 copies and is solely avail­able in this series.

The Videoart at Midnight Editions series offers an ever­increasing and valuable insight into the current film and video art production in Berlin’s international scene, featuring both renowned artists, hid­den treasures as well as new and promising discoveries.

Selected museums and collections where you can find works
from the Videoart at Midnight Editions:

Akademie der Künste (Academy Archives), Berlin 
Berlinische Galerie, Museum of Modern Art, Berlin
Collection Manuel de Santaren Boston / Washington DC
Collection Themistocles and Dare Michos, San Francisco
fluentum collection, Berlin
Huaren Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing
Kramlich Collection, Nappa Valley
Kunsthaus NRW, Aachen–Kornelimünster
Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz
LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Münster
Museum Folkwang, Essen
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Berlin
Sammlung Goetz, Munich
Sammlung Wulf Herzogenrath, Berlin
Sammlung Hoffmann, Berlin
Sammlung von Kelterborn, Frankfurt
Sammlung Ivo Wessel, Berlin
Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart
Sammlung Wemhöner, Herford
Teutloff Photo + Video Collection, Bielefeld
Villa Merkel, Galerien der Stadt Esslingen am Neckar