Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday, March 13, 2015

'Art Talk: art fair'

ART TALK: art fair from Ethan H. Minsker on Vimeo.

An intimate conversation with Ethan Minsker about all things art.


Bathtub from Ethan H. Minsker on Vimeo.

This is a short film about the relationship between father and daughter. It is also a test for a larger narrative project.

Starring Blu Minsker and Ethan Minsker

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Dwelling Project: Call to Artists!

Call to artists: Dwelling Project from Ethan H. Minsker on Vimeo.

The Antagonists are going to Australia! But, we cannot do it alone. Artists are what make our community great, and we want you to submit your work!

Please check out Citizens for the Arts for more information regarding submissions.

Happy creating!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

This is Berlin, Not New York on Vimeo!!

For one year only, This is Berlin, Not New York, will be available to watch on Vimeo. Full length!!

This Is Berlin Not New York from Ethan H. Minsker on Vimeo.

This was the first in a series of films about art, travel, and the Antagonist Movement, by Ethan Minsker. Look for The Dolls Of Lisbon and, coming soon, Self Medicated: a Film about Art.

Plot Outline: An inspiring look at New York underground artists making art and friends on the other side of the world.

In 2007, ten New York-based artists traveled to Berlin for ten days with one purpose: to experience life artfully. They put on an exhibition in a local gallery, displayed artworks on the street, transformed an abandoned building into an original work of art, and connected with Berlin artists.
Featured in the film: Arturo Vega (artistic director for the Ramones), Ted Riederer (exhibited at PS 1 Contemporary Art Center), Ethan H. Minsker (founding member of the Antagonist Art Movement), Richard Allen, Brett Farkas, James Rubio, Un Lee, and Crispy T.

Screenplay: Ethan H. Minsker
Director: Ethan H. Minsker 
Producers: The Antagonist Movement

"Original musical scores and animated artwork definitely enhance this provocative examination of western contemporary art and the ongoing tension between commercialism and creativity for its own sake.” –Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine