One of the three first video art platforms on Internet in 2003, ART-VIDEO.ORG was a virtual galery and a 'real life' exhibition organisation.

ART-VIDEO.ORG's goal was to bring young contemporary video artists to light and show video and new media art to a large audience.


ART-VIDEO.ORG was mainly shared in two ways

- the web site : a virtual gallery, online to inform a large audience about the organisation and to show videos, interactive pieces, video performances and events traces.

- the art shows in different alternative areas and institutions : screenings, performances, installations.


The founding members are the president Sebastien Loghman and the vice president Brice Haumont, who both worked as artists and curators during these 3 years. As Sebastien Loghman had to focus on his solo artist career and couldn't give anymore time to the organisation, ART-VIDEO.ORG stopped in 2006.

Some events :  
Off Loop

+ may 2006 / Barcelona, SPAIN

Off LOOP Video Festival

Invited by OFF LOOP Video Festival to show a selection of videos.


+ may 2004 / Beirouth, LEBANON

Screening at ALBA - Lebanese academia of fine arts


Invited by ALBA to show a selection of videos.


+ may 2004 / Vienna, AUSTRIA

European video gathering of Lassie

Exhibition at Lassie art space.

+ more


+ April 2004 / Paris, FRANCE


at Batofar

Presentation with french artist Guillaume Paris of the Setsuzoku event.

+ more (in french)

Festival ART-VIDEO.ORG au Divan du Monde

+ march 2004 / Paris, FRANCE


at Divan du Monde

A selection of new media art, performance and videos.

+ more



inauguration ART-VIDEO.ORG au Batofar

+ december 2003 / Paris, FRANCE

Inauguration of ART-VIDEO.ORG

at Batofar

A selection of videos for the inauguration of the non profit organisation

ART-VIDEO.ORG would like to thank :

- All the artists chosen and all the ones who have send their works to us

- All the institutions and organisations we have work with for their supports. Especially Paris Beaux-Arts School - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts.

- the journalists from papers or Internet who expressed their support, such as