Ben,
Here are some additional exhibitions that you should consider for your list: 
(most if not all have catalogs)
Big as Life:  An American History of 8mm Films, MoMA, 2000
The Cool World:  Film & Video in America 1950-2000, Whitney Museum of American 
Art, 2000
The Color of Ritual, the Color of Thought:  Film &  Video in America 1930-2000, 
Whitney Museum of American Art, 2000.
Motes: Dites, Image, Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou, 
Paris, 1988
Independent America:  New Film 1978-1988, Museum of the Moving Image, NY, 1988
Four Decades of Film & Video: Outside Influence and Local Masters, 1971-1981, 
San Francisco MoMA, 2000
Unknown Territories: American Independent Films, Stadtkino, Vienna.  1992
Old and New Masters of Super-8, Anthology Film Archives, 1989
Perforated Spaces: California Film, Performance & Installations, San Francisco 
Cinematheque, 1984.
Home Made Movies: 20 Years of American 8mm & Super-8, Anthology Film Archive, 
1981.
Third International Avant Garde Festival, London 1979
~  Janis

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> Hi Ben,
> 
> I may have missed these but I don't think anyone's mentioned Steve Anker, 
> Kathy Geritz, Steve Seid's Radical Light, Pacific Film Archive, 2010, or Form 
> and Structure in Recent Film at the Vancouver Art Gallery, 1972, or Helen 
> Molesworth's Image Stream at the Wexner Center, 2003, or Annette Michelson's 
> New Forms in Film, Montreux, 1974. I saw a wonderful big survey of video art 
> in Tokyo in 2009, Waiting for Video: Works From the 1960s to Today, National 
> Museum of Modern Art at the top of the Mori Tower, I think. It included 
> canonical Western and less-known, but comparable Asian work.
> 
> I hope you and Joanna are well!!
> Best wishes,
> 
> 
> Ron Green
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> The Ohio State University
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> film, video, moving image art? (Adam Hyman)
> 3. Re: major US and international exhibitions of experimental
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> From: Ben Ogrodnik <ben.ogrod...@gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Frameworks] major US and international exhibitions of
> experimental film, video, moving image art?
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> Hi all,
> 
> I'm interested in gathering a list of film/video-based art exhibitions in
> the United States, UK, Europe and rest of the world. I was wondering if
> anyone might have suggestions of any exhibitions (recent or old) that were
> focused on a broad survey of moving image art.
> 
> Obviously many exhibitions, such as documenta or the Venice Biennale, have
> exhibited some form of moving images or experimental media. But for my
> purposes, I'm interested only in shows that focus on the moving image as
> the central theme, not as a component of a larger thematic whole.
> 
> An example might be the recent show at the Whitney Museum, *Dreamlands:
> Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016* or *Into the Light: The Projected
> Image in American Art, 1964-1977*, both curated by Chrissie Iles. Another
> example of this on a much smaller scale would be *Renegades: American
> Avant-Garde Film, 1960-1973*, at the Walker Center of the Arts.
> 
> Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated !
> 
> Thanks so much.
> Sincerely,
> Ben
> 
> --
> Ben Ogrodnik
> PhD student
> K. Leroy Irvis Fellow
> Department of Film Studies // History of Art and Architecture
> University of Pittsburgh
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> From: Adam Hyman <a...@lafilmforum.org>
> To: "Experimental Film Discussion List
> <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>" <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
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> So just installed exhibitions that are broad surveys?
> 
> Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film Since 1945
> At MOCA (Los Angeles) in 1998
> 
> 
> From: Ben Ogrodnik <ben.ogrod...@gmail.com>
> Reply-To: "Experimental Film Discussion List
> <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>" <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
> Date: Thu, 18 May 2017 16:04:00 -0400
> To: "Experimental Film Discussion List <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>"
> <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
> Subject: [Frameworks] major US and international exhibitions of
> experimental film, video, moving image art?
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> I'm interested in gathering a list of film/video-based art exhibitions in
> the United States, UK, Europe and rest of the world. I was wondering if
> anyone might have suggestions of any exhibitions (recent or old) that were
> focused on a broad survey of moving image art.
> 
> Obviously many exhibitions, such as documenta or the Venice Biennale, have
> exhibited some form of moving images or experimental media. But for my
> purposes, I'm interested only in shows that focus on the moving image as the
> central theme, not as a component of a larger thematic whole.
> 
> An example might be the recent show at the Whitney Museum, Dreamlands:
> Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 or Into the Light: The Projected Image
> in American Art, 1964-1977, both curated by Chrissie Iles. Another example
> of this on a much smaller scale would be Renegades: American Avant-Garde
> Film, 1960-1973, at the Walker Center of the Arts.
> 
> Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated !
> 
> Thanks so much.
> Sincerely,
> Ben
> 
> --
> Ben Ogrodnik
> PhD student
> K. Leroy Irvis Fellow
> Department of Film Studies // History of Art and Architecture
> University of Pittsburgh
> b...@pitt.edu
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> From: "Chrissie Iles, Curatorial" <chrissie_i...@whitney.org>
> To: "'frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com'"
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> experimental film, video, moving image art?
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> Hi Ben, off the top of my head, here are some other shows that come to mind: 
> my own ‘Signs of the Times: Film, Video and Slide Tape in British Art in the 
> 1980s’ (1990), and ‘Scream and Scream Again: Film in Art’ (1996), both group 
> survey shows of the moving image that I curated at the Museum of Modern Art 
> Oxford, U.K. A few others include: ‘Celluloid’ and ‘Found Footage: Cinema 
> Exposed’ (2012), both at the Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam (2016), ‘Hall of 
> Mirrors: Art and Film since 1945’ (1996), and ‘Visual Music’ (2005) both 
> curated by Kerry Brougher at LA MOCA, ‘The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, 
> and the Moving Image’ at the Hirshhorn museum, Washington, also curated by 
> Kerry Brougher (2008), ‘Monter/Sampler’ at the Pompidou Center, Paris (2000), 
> ‘X-Screen’ at Mumok in Vienna (2003), ‘Beyond Cinema: The Art of Projection’ 
> at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, curated by Stan Douglas and Christopher 
> Eamon (2006), ‘Seeing Time’ at SF MOMA (2000), ‘The Dissolve’ at Site Santa 
> Fe, curated by Sarah Lewis and Daniel Belasco (2010), ‘Electronic 
> Superhighway’ at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, curated by Omar Kholeif 
> (2016). There have also been a number of shows curated at ZKM Karlsruhe 
> addressing the moving image in different ways, and some other historical 
> shows include Wolf Herzogenrath’s ‘Video Skuptur: Retrospektiv und Aktuell 
> 1963-1989’ show at the Cologne Kunstverein (1989) and ‘Projected Images’ 
> curated by Martin Friedman at the Walker Art Center (1974), and John 
> Hanhardt’s group show of film installations at the Whitney in 1979, as well 
> as, of course, Jonas Mekas’s Expanded Cinema Festival at the Cinematheque in 
> New York (1966). There are numerous books of course, including catalogues for 
> the above shows; one comes to mind that I think might be helpful for your 
> research: ‘OEI: On Film’, in Swedish and English, mapping out film in Sweden, 
> with extensive analyses of experimental filmmakers’ processes. It’s a 
> beautiful book that might not be so well known but would help your research I 
> think.
> Hope this is useful.
> Chrissie
> 
> From: FrameWorks [mailto:frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com] On Behalf Of 
> Ben Ogrodnik
> Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:04 PM
> To: frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com
> Subject: [Frameworks] major US and international exhibitions of experimental 
> film, video, moving image art?
> 
> Hi all,
> I'm interested in gathering a list of film/video-based art exhibitions in the 
> United States, UK, Europe and rest of the world. I was wondering if anyone 
> might have suggestions of any exhibitions (recent or old) that were focused 
> on a broad survey of moving image art.
> 
> Obviously many exhibitions, such as documenta or the Venice Biennale, have 
> exhibited some form of moving images or experimental media. But for my 
> purposes, I'm interested only in shows that focus on the moving image as the 
> central theme, not as a component of a larger thematic whole.
> 
> An example might be the recent show at the Whitney Museum, Dreamlands: 
> Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 or Into the Light: The Projected Image in 
> American Art, 1964-1977, both curated by Chrissie Iles. Another example of 
> this on a much smaller scale would be Renegades: American Avant-Garde Film, 
> 1960-1973, at the Walker Center of the Arts.
> Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated !
> Thanks so much.
> Sincerely,
> Ben
> 
> --
> Ben Ogrodnik
> PhD student
> K. Leroy Irvis Fellow
> Department of Film Studies // History of Art and Architecture
> University of Pittsburgh
> b...@pitt.edu<mailto:b...@pitt.edu>
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> From: "Beebe, Roger W." <beebe...@osu.edu>
> To: Experimental Film Discussion List <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] major US and international exhibitions of
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> To Chrissie’s impressive list I’d add Pompidou’s Le Mouvement des Images 
> (2006-7) that found parallels in works from the Seventh Art with strategies 
> and concerns in the other (modern/contemporary) arts. It included a fair 
> number of (proper) experimental filmmakers (e.g., Brakhage, Rose Lowder) 
> alongside gallery folks like Rodney Graham. An outline of the show (without a 
> ton of details about individual works) can be found here: 
> https://www.centrepompidou.fr/cpv/resource/cn6eXo/r8K9ao
> 
> I believe Pip was involved in some way in the installation of that show, so 
> he might be a better source of information about it than I am.
> 
> FYI (from Paris, on my way to Pompidou in a few hours),
> Roger
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On May 18, 2017, at 10:40 PM, Chrissie Iles, Curatorial 
> <chrissie_i...@whitney.org<mailto:chrissie_i...@whitney.org>> wrote:
> 
> Hi Ben, off the top of my head, here are some other shows that come to mind: 
> my own ‘Signs of the Times: Film, Video and Slide Tape in British Art in the 
> 1980s’ (1990), and ‘Scream and Scream Again: Film in Art’ (1996), both group 
> survey shows of the moving image that I curated at the Museum of Modern Art 
> Oxford, U.K. A few others include: ‘Celluloid’ and ‘Found Footage: Cinema 
> Exposed’ (2012), both at the Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam (2016), ‘Hall of 
> Mirrors: Art and Film since 1945’ (1996), and ‘Visual Music’ (2005) both 
> curated by Kerry Brougher at LA MOCA, ‘The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, 
> and the Moving Image’ at the Hirshhorn museum, Washington, also curated by 
> Kerry Brougher (2008), ‘Monter/Sampler’ at the Pompidou Center, Paris (2000), 
> ‘X-Screen’ at Mumok in Vienna (2003), ‘Beyond Cinema: The Art of Projection’ 
> at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, curated by Stan Douglas and Christopher 
> Eamon (2006), ‘Seeing Time’ at SF MOMA (2000), ‘The Dissolve’ at Site Santa 
> Fe, curated by Sarah Lewis and Daniel Belasco (2010), ‘Electronic 
> Superhighway’ at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, curated by Omar Kholeif 
> (2016). There have also been a number of shows curated at ZKM Karlsruhe 
> addressing the moving image in different ways, and some other historical 
> shows include Wolf Herzogenrath’s ‘Video Skuptur: Retrospektiv und Aktuell 
> 1963-1989’ show at the Cologne Kunstverein (1989) and ‘Projected Images’ 
> curated by Martin Friedman at the Walker Art Center (1974), and John 
> Hanhardt’s group show of film installations at the Whitney in 1979, as well 
> as, of course, Jonas Mekas’s Expanded Cinema Festival at the Cinematheque in 
> New York (1966). There are numerous books of course, including catalogues for 
> the above shows; one comes to mind that I think might be helpful for your 
> research: ‘OEI: On Film’, in Swedish and English, mapping out film in Sweden, 
> with extensive analyses of experimental filmmakers’ processes. It’s a 
> beautiful book that might not be so well known but would help your research I 
> think.
> Hope this is useful.
> Chrissie
> 
> From: FrameWorks [mailto:frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com] On Behalf Of 
> Ben Ogrodnik
> Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:04 PM
> To: frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com<mailto:frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
> Subject: [Frameworks] major US and international exhibitions of experimental 
> film, video, moving image art?
> 
> Hi all,
> I'm interested in gathering a list of film/video-based art exhibitions in the 
> United States, UK, Europe and rest of the world. I was wondering if anyone 
> might have suggestions of any exhibitions (recent or old) that were focused 
> on a broad survey of moving image art.
> 
> Obviously many exhibitions, such as documenta or the Venice Biennale, have 
> exhibited some form of moving images or experimental media. But for my 
> purposes, I'm interested only in shows that focus on the moving image as the 
> central theme, not as a component of a larger thematic whole.
> 
> An example might be the recent show at the Whitney Museum, Dreamlands: 
> Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 or Into the Light: The Projected Image in 
> American Art, 1964-1977, both curated by Chrissie Iles. Another example of 
> this on a much smaller scale would be Renegades: American Avant-Garde Film, 
> 1960-1973, at the Walker Center of the Arts.
> Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated !
> Thanks so much.
> Sincerely,
> Ben
> 
> --
> Ben Ogrodnik
> PhD student
> K. Leroy Irvis Fellow
> Department of Film Studies // History of Art and Architecture
> University of Pittsburgh
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