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Mark Boulos

Country: USA

Mark Boulos is an American video-artist who lives and works in Amsterdam and Geneva. He makes large-scale multi-screen documentary video installations, mostly about miracles and revolutions. He has filmed Marxist insurgents in the Philippines, oil guerillas in the Niger Delta, commodities traders in Chicago, Christian mystics in Syria, and Islamic jihadists in London and New York. He has had solo shows at FACT, Liverpool (2013), MoMA (2012), Miami Art Museum (2011), the Belkin Gallery in Vancouver (2010), Ar-Ge Kunst in Bolzano (2009), and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (2008). His work has been featured in major international exhibitions of contemporary art, including the Sundance Film Festival: New Frontier in 2011, the Berlin Biennale of 2010 and the Sydney Biennale 2008. After studying at Deep Springs College and Swarthmore College (BA Philosophy, 1998) in USA, he studied at the National Film and Television School in England (MA Film, 2005).

He then received a Fulbright Scholarship for post-graduate study in visual art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam (2007- 2009). Mark Boulos was born in Boston, USA, in 1975.