The Canadian Art Database

Michael Snow

Born in Toronto Canada, 1929

Order of Canada, 1982
Chevalier de l'ordre des arts et des lettres, France, 1995
Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts (Film) 2000
Honorary degrees: Brock University (1975), Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax (1990),
University of Victoria (1997), University of Toronto (1999), Université de Paris I, Panthéon-
Sorbonne (2004), Emily Carr Institute, Vancouver (2004)
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1972

Visiting Artist/Professor at L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Bourges, France.
December 2004 and May 2005.
Visiting Artist/Professor, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2001
Visiting Artist/Professor, le Fresnoy, Tourcoing France, 1997-8
Visiting Professor, l'Ecole Nationale de la Photographie, Arles France, 1996
Visiting Professor, Princeton University, 1988
Professor of Advanced Film, Yale University, 1970
CCMC artists in residence, La Chartreuse, Avignon Festival, France, 1981
Member of CCMC since 1976


On 5 December 2006, Snow speaks at Columbia University in New York.
"Back and Forth"- Jonathan Monk and Michael Snow at Jessica Bradley Art + Projects (Toronto) November 2006.

He plays a solo piano concert at The Drake Hotel on 8 November 2006.

Two films, *Corpus Callosum (2003) and Back and Forth (1969) will be screened at Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (Toronto) on 15 November 2006.

Snow opens a solo exhibition at Galerie Martine Aboucaya in Paris on 28 October 2006.

On 11 October 2006, Snow plays an electronic music concert with Aki Onda and Alan Licht at Goethe-Institut, Toronto.

The Invisible Show - Sound as Material (October 2006) includes work by Snow, along with artists Kurt Scwhitters, Vito Acconci, On Kawara, Louise Bourgeois, Janet Cardiff and others. The exhibition takes placer At MARCO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Vigo (Spain), and Centro José Guerrero in Granada (Spain). Curated by Delfim Sardo.

Sao Paulo Bienal (Brazil) October-December 2006, includes Triage by Michael Snow, created in collaboration with Carl Brown and John Kamevaar.

"Flicker"- films, concert, panel discussions - is presented by Pleasure Dome, Latvian House and The Drake Hotel (Toronto), curated by Ben Portis, on 13-15 October 2006.

On September 30-October 1 2006, Snow's Counting Sheep is projected outdoors on the former Planetarium Dome, as part of the inaugural twelve-hour all-night event in Toronto. A program of his films is also screened that night at the Ontario College of Art and Design.

Electromediascope at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City MO, hosts film screenings and a lecture by Snow in September 2006.

Snow is included in Sound and Vision - Photographic and Video Images in Contemporary Canadian Art  at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, July-October 2006.
Acting the Part - Photography as Theatre , National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 2006.

The group exhibition Raconte-moi/Tell me opened in September 2006 at the Forum d'art contemporain in Luxembourg.


Snow's important new moving-image work titled The Windows Suite was installed on the façade of the Pantages hotel/condominium complex in downtown Toronto in September 2006. His proposal for the site was selected in a competition of June 2003.

A solo exhibition of Snow's projection works (1965-2006) was presented at MALI (Art Museum of Lima) in Peru, June-July 2006.

His work appeared in Ethnic Marketing, an international exhibition at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (Iran), also opening June 2006.

Sculpture and video by Snow was included in Arts le Havre,Biennale d'art contemporain in France, June-September 2006 (curated by Claude Gosselin).

In May 2006, he presented a film program and solo piano concert at Xcèntric, Centro de Cultura Contemporàni de Barcelona.

Snow's films SSHTOORRTY and Solar Breath (Northern Caryatids) were screened at the International Film Festival, Rotterdam in May 2006.

At the Whitney Biennial, opening 2 March 2006 (until May) in New York, Snow showed three works: the films SSHTOORRTY, WVLNT...and video installation SHEEPLOOP.

Snow's video installation That/Cela/Dat was included in the international group exhibition Smile Machines, curated by Anne-Marie Duguet, part of Transmediale.06 presented at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin, in February-March 2006.

October magazine, issue 114 (fall 2005) features three separate articles on Snow's work, and an interview with Annette Michelson.

SSHTOORRTY was screened at Berlinale, the Berlin Film Festival, February 2006.

Snow was visiting arts/lecturer at the Ecole Cantonale d'Art du Valais in Sierre, Switzerland, January 2006.

His video Sheeploop was projected in the Paris metro (Madeleine) during January 2006.
Snow showed projection works and prints in a two-person exhibition with Sam Taylor-Wood at the Museum of Modern Art in New York September, October and November 2005. Simultaneously the MOMA cinema showed a retrospective of Snow films. He lectured at MOMA on October 5, 2005 in a new series of "media" lectures.

Snow was a visiting arts/lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design in November 2005.

Curated by Martha Langford for the Galerie de l'UQAM and Mois de la Photo de Montréal, an exhibition of Snow's work considering Windows and Framing was presented in September-October 2005 in Montreal.

Projection works were in a major group exhibition Raconte-moi/Tell me October and November at The Musée des Beaux Arts, Quebec City. Traveling to Luxembourg.

Snow's most recent film SSHTOORRTY had its Toronto premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Sept 13, 2005.

In May/June 2005 Snow exhibited new work, including the film installation SSHTOORRTY in a three-person show at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York.

Snow was included in the important exhibition Lisboa Photo at Centro Cultural de Belem in Lisbon, Portugal (May 2005), in the section "Etats d'images", co-curated by Raymond Bellour and Sérgio Mah.

Invited to the Getty Foundation (Los Angeles) in April 2005, Snow was part of Filmmakers/Musicians with Tony Conrad for film screenings and a solo piano concert. His films were also screened at UCLA and Film Forum.

During April 2005 he showed recent work at Christopher Cutts Gallery (Toronto) in a two-man show with Murray Favro.

He was a visiting arts/professor at L'Ecole nationale supérieure d'art de Bourges, France, in December 2004 and May 2005. For May, he also presented two exhibitions: Hearing Aid at La Box, and Hue, Chroma, Tintat Transpalette, plus a solo piano concert.

In March 2005 Snow presented an evening of projections and music entitled Hue, Chroma, Tint at Daniel Langlois' club 357c in Montreal.

Further, his 1969/1970 slide-carrousel work, Sink, was in Small: The Object in Film, Video and Slide Installations at the Whitney Museum, New York (18 November 2004 - 6 March 2005). His recently completed two-screen collaboration with Toronto filmmaker Carl Brown, Triage, was shown 22 November 2005 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, as part of the renovated MOMA's opening exhibitions, and again in December.

Snow is represented by several titles in Vinyl Records and Covers by Artists, originated by Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen Germany, travelling to Museu de Art Contemporani de Barcelona (2006) and elsewhere.

Snow's projection work Solar Breath... was in an international group exhibition curated by Raymond Bellour in Lisbon, Portugal in April/May 2005.

The Sixties in Canada, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 2005, curated by Denise Leclerc.

Snow had three works in Timelength at Galerie Leonard et Bina Ellen, Concordia University (Montreal) 10 November - 22 December 2004.

Works by Snow were included in a many-media group exhibition called Régarder, observer, surveiller, at Galerie Séquence, Chicoutimi, Quebec, August-September 2004.
Identities - Canadian Portraits, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Toronto February-June 2004.

Photo-works were presented at PhotoEspana, Madrid, Spain, June-August 2004.

Kino Arsenal in Berlin presente3d a four-week retrospective of Snow's film works, along with several video installation pieces, in June 2004. He presented a solo piano concert on a program with the performance of his recently-composed Hue, Chroma, Tint,for classical quartet, at the Hamburger Bahnhof. He also signed copies of his recently-published all-image bookwork BIOGRAPHIE, at Galerie/Verlag Barbara Wien.

An honourary degree was conferred on Snow by Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, on 8 May 2004.

On 15 March 2004 Snow received an honorary doctorate (docteur honoris causa) at l'Université de Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne.

In March 2004, Snow co-exhibited (film retrospective plus photographic work) with Heinz Emigholz at Goethe-Institut Toronto.

During 2003-2004 Snow's work was part of the touring exhibition Sound Tracks at Edmonton, Toronto, and Regina Saskatchewan in Canada. At both Edmonton and Regina Snow also played a solo piano concert.

A thirty-minute two-screen collaboration with Toronto filmmaker Carl Brown, titled Triage, had its world premiere at Goethe-Institut in Toronto, 22 April 2004.

During February-June 2004, Snow's Two Sides to Every Story was included in X-Screen. Filmische Installationen und Aktionen der 60er und 70er Jahre at MUMOK (Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien), Vienna.

New photoworks were presented in an exhibition titled Powers of Two at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York (Feb-March 2004), where Snow's new all-image book BIOGRAPHIEof the Walking Woman / de la femme qui marche 1961-1967 (2004), published in Brussels by La Lettre volée, was also launched. Additional launches for BIOGRAPHIE were held in Toronto and Brussels in March 2004.


2004               "Powers of Two," Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
                      "Michael Snow : slide and photo-based work" Goethe-Institut Toronto
2003               "Michael Snow: Selections from the Spectrum," Macedonian Museum of
                      Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki
                      Sunset & Close-Up, Moore Gallery, Toronto
2002               "Instant Snow", exhibition and film retrospective, Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris
                      "Video Fields", salle d'expositions, Paris Université 1, Paris
                      *Corpus Callosum,a 2-week run at Film Forum, New York
                       "Waiting Room," Kunst-Werke, Berlin
                      "Hearing Aid, Sound Works 1970-2002," Galerie Klosterfelde, Berlin
                      "Bookworks and Catalogues," Barbara Wien Gallery, Berlin
                      "Video Fields," Canada House, London England
2001               "Michael Snow almost Cover to Cover," Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
                      (travels to John Hansard Gallery, Southampton UK, 2002)
                      "Early Snow," Moore Gallery, Toronto
                      "That/Cela/Dat," White Box, New York N.Y.
                      "Couple," video installation, SAW Gallery, Ottawa
2000               "Snow Alert," White Box, New York N.Y.
1999               "Panoramique: Oeuvres photographiques & films/Photographic Works &
                      Films 1962-1999," Bruxelles: Société des Expositions du Palais des
                      Travels in 2000 to Centre national de la photographie, Paris and Centre
                      pour l'image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais and Mamco, Geneva
1998               "Transparenté," La Ferme du Buisson, Noisiel (France)
                      "Redifice," Centre Culturel Canadien, Paris
1997               Stux Gallery, New York
1995               "Michael Snow: Works from the Collection of the National Gallery of
                      Canada," Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montreal
1994               "Light, Surface and Sound," Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver
                      "The Michael Snow Project," four simultaneous exhibitions:
                      "Exploring Plane and Contour," Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
                      "Around Wavelength," Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
                      "Presence and Absence: The Films of Michael Snow," Art Gallery of
                      Ontario, Toronto
                      "Embodied Vision," The Power Plant, Toronto
1993               S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto
1992/3            Galerie Claire Burrus, Paris France
1992               San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco
1988               Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
                      "#720 (Thanks to Robert Crumb)," Ruine der Künste, Berlin
1986               The Isaacs Gallery, Toronto
                      "The Spectral Image," Expo '86, Vancouver
                      "Visionary Apparatus" (with Juan Geuer), List Gallery, MIT, Cambridge
1983/4            "Walking Woman Works: Michael Snow 1961-67," Agnes Etherington Art
                      Centre, Kingston Ontario; Cornell University, Ithaca N.Y.; Halifax;
                      London; Victoria; Toronto
1983               "Michael Snow," Frederick S. Wright Gallery, University of California,
                      Los Angeles
                      "Snow in England," Canada House, London England
1978/9            "Michael Snow," Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Kunstmuseum, Luzern
                      Switzerland; Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam; Rheinisches
                      Landesmuseum, Bonn; Musée des Beaux Arts, Montreal; Vancouver Art Gallery
1976               "Michael Snow - Ten Photographic Works," Museum of Modern Art,
                      New York
1972               Center for Inter-American Relations, New York
                      Bykert Gallery, New York
1970               XXV Venice Biennale, Venice Italy
                      Bykert Gallery, New York
                      "Michael Snow: A Survey," Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
1967               Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver

In addition, Michael Snow presented solo exhibitions at
Poindexter Gallery, New York in 1968, 1965 and 1964

The Isaacs Gallery, Toronto in 1991, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986,
1984, 1982, 1969, 1964, 1962, 1960, 1958 and 1957


2004               "Small: The Object in Film, Video and Slide Installations," Whitney Museum
                      (New York), November 2004-March 2005 (includes Sink).
                      "Timelength," Galerie Leonard et Bina Ellen, Concordia University
                      (Montreal) November-December 2004.
                      "X-Screen. Filmische Installationen und Aktionen der 60er und 70er
                      Jahre," MUMOK (Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien),    
                      Vienna. (includes Two Sides to Every Story).
2003               "Future Cinema," mounted by ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe
                      (Germany) includes *Corpus Callosum and Anarchive 2 : DigitalSnow(touring)
                      "Les enfants du Paradis", video installations, Galérie Yvon Lambert,
                      Paris, included Souffle solaire (cariatides du nord)
                      "Le Diaphane et l'Obscure, A History of Slides in Contemporary Art,"
                      Maison Européean de la Photographie, Paris
                      "Panorama 3," Le Fresnoy, Studio nation al des arts contemporains
                      "Sans commune mesure, image et texte dans l'art actuel,"
                      Le Fresnoy, Studio nation al des arts contemporains
2001               "Into the Light, the projected image in American art 1964-1977" 
                      Whitney Museum, New York (curator: Chrissie Iles)
                      Travels to The Cleveland Museum of Art, 2002
                      "Festival en Lumière", Montréal
                      "Flashing into the Shadows: The Artist's Film after Pop and Minimalism
                      1966-1976", Whitney Museum, New York (curator: Chrissie Iles)
2000               "Tout le temps/Every Time", La Biennale de Montréal 2000, Montréal
                      "Movimento Aparente," Castellò Spain, 2000 (curator: Eugeni Bonet)
                      "Voici, 100 ans d'art contemporain." Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels.
                      "Paris en 3D," Musée Carnavalet, Paris
                      "Le temps, vite," Musée National des Beaux-Arts, Centre Georges
                      Pompidou, Paris
1999               "Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin 1950s-1980s," Queens Museum of Art, New
                      York. Travels to Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Miami Art Museum, Vancouver
                      Art Gallery in 1999/2000
                      "Afterimage: Drawing Through Process," Museum of Contemporary Art,
                      Los Angeles
                      "Making It New! the big sixties show", Art Gallery of Windsor (Canada)
                      "Musiques en scène," Musée art contemporain Lyon (France)
                      "Helio Oiticica e a Cena Americana, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1998               "Projections," Studio national d'art contemporain, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing
                      "Layers," Wynick-Tuck Gallery, Toronto
1997               "Les Pêches Capitaux: La Gourmandise," Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
                      "Timeframes," Freedman Gallery, Reading PA
1996               "Emotion," McMichael Gallery, Kleinburg ON
                      "Walking and Thinking and Walking," Louisiana Museum of Modern Art,
                      Humlebaek Denmark
                      "Art and Film Since 1945: Hall of Mirrors," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los
                      Angeles; travelling to Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus OH; Palazzo delle
                      Esposizioni, Rome Italy; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
                      "Magritte," Musée des Beaux-Arts, Montreal
1995/6            Biennale de Lyon, Musée Art Contemporain de Lyon, Lyons France
                      "How Red Works," Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton ON
1995               "Reconsidering the Object of Art 1965-1975," Museum of Contemporary
                      Art, Los Angeles
                      "Notion on Light," Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
                      "Sculpture Montréal 95," Le vieux-Port de Montréal, Montreal
                      "Eadweard Muybridge, Michael Snow, Haim Steinbach," Jay Gorney
                      Modern Art, New York
1990/2            "Passages de l'Image," Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; travelling to
                      Barcelona; Columbus OH, San Francisco
1988/90          "Vanishing Presence," Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis; travelling to
                      Detroit MI; Winnipeg; Atlanta GA; Ithaca NY; Richmond VA
1988               "Images du Futur 88," Art et Nouvelles Technologies, Montreal
                      "Festival des Arts Electroniques de Rennes," Rennes France; Centre
                      Georges Pompidou, Paris
                      Galerie Vu, Quebec City
1987/8            "Snow/Weiner/Nannucci," circulated nationally by Art Metropole, Toronto
1987               International Holography Exhibition and Conference, Copenhagen
                      "Photography and Art, 1984-86," Los Angeles County Museum of Art
                      "Photographers Who Make Films," New York University Photo Center Gallery
                      "Holography: Light in the Third Dimension," Ontario Science Centre,
                      "Toronto: A Play of History (Jeu d'Histoire)," The Power Plant, Toronto
1986               "Fokus: Contemporary Canadian Art 1960-85," Department of External
                      Affairs, Cologne Art Fair, Germany
1985               "Aurora Borealis," Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montréal, Montreal
1984               "Seeing People - Seeing Space," The Photographers' Gallery, London England
1983               "Toronto Painting of the 1960's," Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
1982               "Photoalchemy," The Robert Friedus Gallery, New York
1979               "Re-Visions: Projects and Proposals in Film and Video," Whitney Museum
                      of American Art, New York
1977/8            "Another Dimension," National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
1977               "Documenta 6," Kassel, West Germany
1975               "A Response to the Environment," Rutgers University, New Jersey
                      Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis
1969               "Information," Museum of Modern Art, New York
                      "Anti-Illusion: Procedures and Materials," Whitney Museum of American
                      Art, New York
1968               "Art d'Aujourd'hui," France, Italy, Netherlands
                      "Canada 101," Edinburgh Festival, Scotland
1965               "Biennale of Canadian Painting," National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
                      "Outdoor Exhibition," Sculpture Society of Canada, Stratford Ontario
                      "Polychrome Construction," The Isaacs Gallery, Toronto
1964               Carnegie International, Pittsburgh PA
                      "Contemporary American Figure Painters," Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford CN
1963               Detroit Cultural Center, Detroit MI
1959               "Biennale of Canadian Painting," National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Art
                      Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
                      Carnegie International, Pittsburgh PA
1958               Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
1957               "Biennale of Canadian Painting," National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
1956               Hart House (with Graham Coughtry), University of Toronto, Toronto


Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston ON
Albright-Know Art Gallery, Buffalo N.Y.
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Art Gallery of Windsor (Ontario)
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa
Confederation Art Centre and Museum, Charlottetown P.E.I.
Department of External Affairs, Ottawa
Edmonton Art Gallery (Alberta)
Ludwig Museum, Cologne and Vienna
McMaster University, Hamilton ON
Musée des Beaux Arts, Montreal
Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina SK
Pearson International Airport, Toronto
Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts
University of Waterloo (Ontario)
University of Western Ontario, London ON
Vancouver Art Gallery (British Columbia)
Winnipeg Art Gallery (Manitoba)


2003               Exposures, Pantages Hotel/Condominium complex, Toronto (installation 2004)
1992               Red, Orange and Green, Confederation Life, Toronto
1989               Reflections, Photo Mural, Canadian Embassy, Washington USA
                      Via Rail, Train Installation
1988/9            The Audience, SkyDome, Toronto
1986               The Spectral Image, Expo '86, Vancouver
1981               Ducks Drawn Back, Shaw Industries Limited, Toronto
1979               Flightstop, Cadillac Fairview, Eaton's Centre, Toronto
1978               Government of Canada Building, North York ON
                      Video-Photo Environmental Sculpture, Brock University,
                      St. Catherines ON
1967               Ontario Pavilion, Expo '67, Montreal
1954               Mobile, Victoria College, University of Toronto


Solo Piano: Montreal, 1977; Amsterdam, 1985; Toronto, 1987, 1994; New York, 1990;
Waterloo Ontario, 1994; Bologna Italy, 1995; Rovereto Italy, 1996;
Quebec City, 1999; Bard College N.Y. 2001, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol UK 2001;
Centre Pompidou, 2002; Edmonton, 2003; Regina 2004, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin 2004.

Duo piano with Chalemagne Palestine, Paris 2001/with Eve Egoyan, Toronto 2002

CCMC: 6 tours of Europe and 1 of Japan; hundreds of concerts in Toronto,
Montreal, New York and elsewhere since 1976

            Victoriaville Festival de Musique Actuelle, 1997
            Du Maurier Jazz Festival, Toronto, 1990, 1993, 1994
            "New Music America," Montreal, 1990
            Musica Nova Festival, Hamburg Germany, 1980
            Olympic Arts Festival, Los Angeles, 1980
            International Festival of Experimental Music, Royal Festival Hall, London England 2002,
            Freunde der Güter Musik, Berlin 2002,
            Festival Polyphonix, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2002,
            Festival of New Cinema and New Media, Montreal, 2002.

Other Performances:

            "Pfeifen im Wald," Luzern Switzerland, 1997
            Choreography/music with dancer Jo Leslie, Pavlychenko Studio,Toronto 1986
            Collective for Living Cinema, New York, 1978
            The Kitchen, New York, 1977 (Artists' Jazz Band)
            Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, 1968
            Filmmakers Cinematheque, New York, 1968
            Expo '67 Youth Pavilion, Montreal, 1967
            Mixed Media Concert Series, Isaacs Gallery, Toronto, 1965


2005               CCMC + Christian Marclay, a 2-CD set, Art Metropole (Toronto) with
                      No Music Festival, Inc. Recordings of 2 concerts at The Rivoli, Toronto
                      and Tonic, New York City.
                      Hearing Aid, CD published by Supposé and Galerie Klosterfelde, Berlin
1999               Snow solo piano solo Snow: 3 Phases, boxed set of 3 CDs, Ohm éditions
                      CCMC: Accomplices, CD Victo
1994               CCMC: Decisive Moments, CD
                      Jack and Mike, CD
1990               CCMC 90, 2 cassette set
                      Sinoms, CD, Art Metropole (Toronto)
                      with permission of Musée du Québec
1989               Sinoms, cassette, edition of 50; CD published by Musée du Québec
1987               The Last LP, Art Metropole, Toronto
                      (re-issued in 1994 as The Last LP CD, CD)
1976/7            CCMC Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4   & 5, Music Gallery Editions, Toronto
1978               Larry Dubin and CCMC, Music Gallery Editions, Toronto
1975               The Artists' Jazz Band Live at the Edge, Music Gallery Editions
                      Michael Snow: Musics for Whistling, Piano, Microphone and Tape
                      Recorder, Chatham Square Records, New York
                      The Artists' Jazz Band,Gallery Editions, Toronto
1966               New York Eye and Ear Control, ESP-Disk, New York


2004               BIOGRAPHIE of the Walking Woman / de la femme qui marche 1961-1967
                      (2004), Brussels: La Lettre volée
2001               Anarchive 2: Digital Snow, an interactive DVD-ROM co-published by
                      Anarchive (Paris) and Fondation Daniel Langlois (Montreal)
2002               Michael Snow. Des écrits, 1958 - 2002, Editions de l'Ensba/Centre Pompidou, Paris.
                      Rameau's Nephew...,VHS videotape with booklet, Re-Voir, Paris
2001               Presents, VHS videotape with booklet, Re-Voir Editions, Paris
1999               56 Tree Poems, Ghent: Imschoot uitgevers
1993               "Modes of Metamorphosis: Notes for a future screenplay/Modes de
                      métamorphoses. Notes pour un film à venir." (facsimile)
                      In PoliphileNo. 2 (Spring 1993): 134-65
                      "Passage in C." In Cmagazine, (fall 1993)
1986               "Repeat Offender." In Photo-Communiqué (fall 1986)
1984               diacritics: a review of contemporary criticism.
                      (special issue on the work of Jean-François Lyotard), front and
                      back cover, and illustrated throughout by Michael Snow
1979               High School, Impulse Editions/The Isaacs Gallery, Toronto
1975               Cover to Cover, Nova Scotia Series, The Press of the Nova Scotia College of
                      Art and Design, Halifax and New York University Press, New York
1970               Michael Snow / A Survey, Art Gallery of Ontario/The Isaacs Gallery, Toronto


2002               Ribettes, Jean-Michel. Le Diaphane et l’Obscur, une histoire de la diapositive
                      dans l’art contemporain, Paris: Audiovisuel/Maison Européenne de la Photographie
                      Gattinoni, Christian et Yannick Vigouroux, La photographie contemporaine,
                      Paris: Editions Scala
2001               Michael Snow almost Cover to Cover. London: Black Dog Press.
                      de Duve, Thierry. Look, 100 years of contemporary art. Brussels
                      Iles, Chrissie. Înto the Light, New York: Whitney Museum of American Art
2000               de Duve, Thierry. Voici, 100 ans d’art contemporain, Bruxelles: Société des
                      Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts/Brussels 2000. Ghent: Ludion/Flammarion.
                      (catalogues published for "Le temps, vite!" Rome/Barcelona)
                      Movimento Aparente, Castellò: Consorci  de Museus  de la Comunitat
                      Valenciana, (Introduction by José Miguel G. Cortes, Essays by Eugeni Bonet, Jorge Luis Marzo,
                      Raymond Bellour et al)
                      Garrett-Petts, W. F.  and Donald Lawrence, eds. Photographic Encounters.
                      The Edges and Edginess of Reading Prose Pictures and Visual
                      Fictions.Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.
1999               Panoramique: Oeuvres photographiques & films/Photographic Works &
                      Films 1962-1999, Bruxelles: Société des Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts.
                      Essays by Hubert Damisch, Alain Fleischer, Walter Klepac, Michael Snow.
1997               Moeglin-Delcroix, Anne. Esthétique du livre d'artiste 1960/1980.
                      Paris: Jean Michel Place / Bibliothèque nationale de France
                      Hoolboom, Mike. Inside the Pleasure Dome: Fringe Film in Canada.
                      Foreword by Atom Egoyan. Toronto: Gutter Press
                      Timeframes, Reading PA: Freedman Gallery.
                      Ottinger, Didier ed. Magritte. Montreal: Musée des Beaux-Arts.
1996               Art and Film Since 1945: Hall of Mirrors.Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art
                      Goldstein, Ann and Anne Rorimer. Reconsidering the Object of Art: 1965-1975. Los Angeles: Museum of
                      Contemporary Art.
1995               Bisaccia, Antonio. Effetto Snow: Teoria e prassi della comunicazione
                      artistica di Michael Snow. Genova: Costa & Nolan spa
                      Mudie, Peter. Michael Snow: Filmworks 1966-1991. Perth (Australia):
                      Bernt Porridge Group Publications. Texts by David Bromfield,
                      Albie Thoms, Stan Brakhage
                      The Films of Michael Snow 1956-1991. Presence and Absence / The
                      Michael Snow Project. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario/A.A. Knopf.
                      Includes texts by Jonas Mekas, Bruce Elder, Steve Reich et al.
1994               Visual Art 1951-1993/ The Michael Snow Project. Toronto: Art Gallery
                      of Ontario/The Power Plant/A.A. Knopf. Essays by Dennis Reid,
                      Philip Monk, Louise Dompierre.
                      The Collected Writings of Michael Snow / The Michael Snow Project.
                      Foreword by Louise Dompierre. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier
                      University Press
                      Music/Sound 1948-1993 / The Michael Snow Project. Toronto: Art
                      Gallery of Ontario/The Power Plant/A.A. Knopf. Includes texts by
                      David Lancashire, Paul Dutton, Raymond Gervais, Bruce Elder,
                      John Kamevaar et al
1989               Vanishing Presence. Foreword by Martin Friedman. Minneapolis: Walker
                      Art Center/New York: Rizzoli
1988               Michael Snow. Tokyo: Hara Museum of Contemporary Art. Essay by Pierre
1986               Visionary Apparatus: Michael Snow and Juan Geuer. Cambridge: List
                      Visual Arts Center, M.I.T.
                      Barbera, Alberto and Stefano Della Casa, eds. Michael Snow. Torino:
                      Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani. Texts by Annette
                      Michelson, P. Adams Sitney, Dominique Noguez et al.
1983               Dompierre, Louise. Walking Woman Works. Kingston: Agnes Etherington
                      Art Gallery, Queens University
                      Michael Snow: Selected Photographic Works. Los Angeles: Frederick S.
                      Wright Art Gallery, University of California. Essays by
                      Christopher Dewdney and Pierre Théberge 
1980               Cornwell, Regina. Snow Seen: The Films and Photographs of Michael Snow.
                      Toronto: Peter Martin Associates
1979               Michael Snow. Lucerne: Kunstmuseum Luzern
                      Michael Snow. Rotterdam: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen
1975               Michael Snow Retrospective. Montreal: La Cinémathèque Québecoise
1972               About 30 Works by Michael Snow.New York: Center for Inter-American Relations.
2002               Kelsey, John. "Michael Snow / Jack Shainman Gallery," Artforum, Vol XLII, No.
                      10 (Summer), p. 247
2003               Bullot, Erik. "De Buster Keaton à Michael Snow," Art Press spécial numéro 24,  
                      2003, "Le burlesque, Une aventure moderne", pp. 88-94.
1999               Knowles, Max. "Michael Snow: une filmographie," and
                      Païni, Dominique, "Dix jours de neige en été," in Trafic 39 (winter)
1995               de Duve, Thierry. "Michael Snow - The Deictics of Experience, and
                      Beyond," Parachute  78 (April/May/June)
                      de Duve, Thierry. "Michael Snow. Les déictiques de l'expérience, et au-
                      delà." In Cahiers du Musée, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre
                      Georges Pompidou (Paris)
1994               Feinstein, Roni. "Report from Toronto: Opening Doors," Art in America,
                      Morris, David. "The Idea of Snow," The Literary Review of Canada, (November) 
                      Johnson, Ken. "Being and Seeing," Art in America, (July)
                      Freedman, Adele. "Michael Snow: Forty Years of Achievement," CanadianArt,
1991               Hoberman, J. "Once More With Feeling," (film review), Village Voice, (June 18)
1989               Danson, Andrew. "Self-Portrait with an Assist," Canadian Art(Winter)
1987               Benetti, David. "Visionary Apparatus: Michael Snow and Juan Geuer,"
                      Canadian Art(Summer)
1986               Gee, Bryan. "Locating the Public in Art," Vanguard (October/November)
                      Blouin, René. "Ghost Lustres: Michael Snow's Holographic Visions at
                      Expo '86," Canadian Art(Summer)
1985               Dault, Gary Michael. "Snow's Angel: The Bachelor Stripped Bare by His Brides,"
                      Vanguard (April)
1984               Dault, Gary Michael. "Michael Snow at the Isaacs Gallery" Vanguard(May)
1983               Dewdney, Christopher. "Michael Snow at the Isaacs Gallery" Vanguard
1981               Christ, Ronald. "Michael Snow at 49th Parallel," Artscanada(March/April)
1980               Cornwell, Regina. "Michael Snow: The Decisive Moment Revised,"
                      Artscanada, (April/May)
                      Needham, Gerald. "Michael Snow at the Isaacs Gallery," Artscanada
1977               Taubin, Amy. "Doubled Visions," October 4 (Fall)
1971               Michelson, Annette. "Toward Snow," Artforum (cover) June
2004               Triage, two 16mm films (with Carl Brown) colour, sound, 30 minutes.
                      Sound by John Kamevaar.
2003               WVLNT - Wavelength For Those Who Don’t Have the Time, colour, sound,
                      15 minutes. DVD edition (Art Metropole, Toronto)
2001               *Corpus Callosum , colour, sound, 92’ 30"
2000               The Living Room, colour, sound, 20’33"
                      Prelude, colour, sound, 3’15"
1991               To Lavoisier, Who Died in the Reign of Terror, colour, sound, 53 min.
1990               See You Later/Au Revoir, colour, sound, 18 minutes
1988               Seated Figures, , colour, sound, 42 minutes
1984               Funnel Piano, colour, sound, 3 minutes
1982               So Is This, colour, silent, 43 minutes
1981               Presents, colour, sound, 90 minutes
1972/6            Breakfast (Table Top Dolly), colour, sound, 15 minutes
1974               Rameau's Nephew by Diderot (Thanx to Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen,
                      colour, sound, 260 minutes (4 1/2 hours)
1971               La Région Centrale, colour, sound, 190 minutes
1970               Side Seat Paintings Slides Sound Film, colour, sound, 20 minutes
1969               One Second in Montreal, black and white, silent, 26 minutes
                      Dripping Water(with Joyce Wieland), black and white, sound, 10 min.
1968/9            <---> (Back and Forth), colour, sound, 53 minutes
1967               Standard Time, colour, sound, 8 minutes
1966/7            Wavelength, colour, sound, 45 minutes
1965               Short Shave, black and white, sound, 4 minutes
1964               New York Eye and Ear Control, black and white, sound, 34 minutes
1956               A to Z, blue and white, silent, 7 minutes

2002              Video Fields, video installation commissioned by Arts Council of England
                     15-minute loop, sound, continuous projection. First presented at John
                     Hansard Gallery, Southampton U.K.
                     Solar Breath (Northern Caryatids), video installation, DVD, one hour,
                     Continuous projection
2000              Sheeploop, video installation (DVD). 15-minute loop, silent,
                     continuous projection.
                     Couple, video installation (DVD). 3-minute loop, silent, continuous projection
                     That/Cela/Dat, video installation (DVD). Three 17-minute loops,
                     silent, continuous projection.
                     Recombinant, slide projector, 80 slides, cylindrical painted plastic
                     stand, wall relief (painted wood) approx 152.4 x 191.9 cm
1970/88         No. 720, slide installation, projected images from underground comics by  
                     Robert Crumb. First installed at Ruine der Künste, Berlin
1983              Intérêts, video installation created for Art Vidéo Rétrospectives et
                     Perspectives, Palais des beaux-arts de Charleroi, Belgium
1974              Two Sides to Every Story,two 16mm colour sound films, two projectors,
                     painted aluminum screen in a room: approx 3.0 x 6.0 x 12.5m overall.  
                     The films are projected synchronously on the two sides of the screen.
                     Collection: National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
1972              Breakfast (Table Top Dolly), videotape of three versions of film of the same name.
                     Exhibited once, then destroyed.
1969/71         De La, aluminum and steel mechanical sculpture with electronic controls,
                     television camera, and four video monitors: 182.9 x 182.9 cm; painted
                     circular wood base 243.8 cm diameter. Collection: National Gallery of Ottawa.
                     Slidelength, 80 35mm colour slides
1970              A Casing Shelved, single 35mm slide, 40-minute audio cassette. Designed
                     for a motion-picture theatre, it is presented as a single-frame film.
                     Sink, 80 35mm colour slides, colour photographic print 78.7 x 45.7 cm
1965              Right Reader, performance piece with audiotape, suspended plexiglass
                     sheet, projected light, screen, performer (Snow), and props.
                     Little Walk, 8mm colour, silent film, projected on a cut-out Walking Woman surface.
2004               Kino Arsenal, Berlin
                      Goethe-Institut Toronto
2003               Wisconsin Film Festival, Madison WI
                      European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany
2002               Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris
                      Festival de Nouveau Cinéma et Média, Montreal
1999               Cinémathèque royale de Belgique, Brussels
1995               Sydney, Melbourne, Perth Australia
1994               Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
1992               La Cinémathèque Française, Paris France
                      L'Institut Lumière, Lyons France
1991               Anthology Film Archives, New York
1988               Image Forum, Tokyo Japan
1983               University of California, Los Angeles
                      Canada House, London England
1981               Osterreichisches Film Museum, Vienna Austria
1977               Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris France
1976               Museum of Modern Art, New York
1975               Cinémathèque Québécoise, Montreal
1970               The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis MN
                      Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
1969               Pacific Film Archive, San Francisco, CA

2002               International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
                      Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, Berlin
                      Brisbane International Film Festival
                      Film Festival, Buenos Aires
2001               Image Forum Festival, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto
                      and Fukuoka, Japan
                      International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
2000               Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Canada
                      New York Film Festival,  NYC USA
1999               Cinematexas, Austin Texas
1992               London Film Festival, London England
                      Festival of Festivals, Toronto
1991               Rotterdam Film Festival, Netherlands
1990               Berlin Film Festival, Germany
1989               Pesaro Film Festival, Italy
1985               Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani, Torino Italy
1984               Festival of Festivals, Toronto
1977, 1975      Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland
1973               Pesaro Film Festival, Italy
1972               Tokyo Film Festival, Japan
1971               Montreux Film Festival, Switzerland
1970               Cannes Film Festival, France
1969               London Film Festival, London England
                      Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland
1967               Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium
Anthology Film Archives, New York
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey
Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Oesterreichisches Film Museum, Vienna
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Royal Belgian Film Archives, Brussels
Texas Film Archives, Houston
2003    Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Douglas Edwards Independent Experimental
           Film/Video Award (for *Corpus Callosum)
1983    L.A. Film Critics Award (for So Is This), Best Independent Experimental Film      
1972    Guggenheim Fellowship
1967    Knokke-le-Zoute Film Festival, First Prize (for Wavelength)

            Exposures, 2003 (installation spring 2004) Pantages Hotel/Condominium complex,
            Core Architects. Victoria Street, Toronto. 7 exterior plasma screens with filmed
            vignettes, sequenced by computer interface.
            Red Orange and Green, 1992. Confederation Life Building, Zeidler/Strong Architects
            Jarvis and Mt. Pleasant Streets, Toronto
            30-foot tall stainless steel outdoor sculpture representing 3 intersecting trees
            Reflections, 1989. Canadian Embassy, Washington D.C., Arthur Erickson Architects
            photographic mural, 30' x 10'
            The Audience, 1989.  SkyDome, Toronto. Rod Robbie, architect
            Two groups of 7 figures each, 50' above ground, at building corners, John Street and Peter
            Street entrances. The figures are an average of 20' tall, made of fibreglass and
            representing an audience for the "real" audience entering or leaving the building.
            The figures use hand gestures (the work is an encyclopedia
            of such signs) to indicate a response to their viewers or to concentrate their attention in
            other directions.
            The Spectral Image, 1986. Expo '86, Vancouver 
            A huge "exhibition" centred on holography. All works, lighting, installation,
            construction, sound etc by Snow. Some individual sculptures with holograms were
            included, e.g. Redifice, a free-standing wall-sculpture 3' x 20' x 8'
            Ducks, 1981, Shaw Industries Head Office, Toronto
            Silkscreened images of waterfowl of North America, on transparent plastic sheets
            suspended in skylight
            Flight Stop, 1979, Eaton Centre, Toronto.  Zeidler, Strong Architects
            60 suspended fibreglass sculptures of Canada Geese.
            Government of Canada Building, Yonge Street at Sheppard Avenue, Toronto, 1978
            Steve Irwin/Dubois Architects
            20 separate works in many locations throughout the building, both "public" and
           "private," all using forms of photography, including transparencies on windows.
            Locations: entrance foyer, offices, elevator, bathrooms, ceiling, floor ...
            Timed Images, 1973, Brock University, St. Catherines Ontario.
            Raymond Moriyama Architects
            Collaboration with the architects on initial concepts for new buildings at Brock
            University and dispersed wall compositions which include photography, closed-
            circuit TV, photo-mural with hundreds of snapshot-sized photos in 9' x 12' composition.
            The Walking Woman, 1967.  Expo '67, Montreal
            Ontario Pavilion: Fairfield and Dubois Architects
            11-part dispersed stainless steel sculptures now in collection of
            Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
            Mobile, 1954, Victoria College, University of Toronto sculpture suspended in stairwell
            (now destroyed)
         As well as producing revolutionary sound and image situations in his films, Snow has issued many recordings under his own name, some of which are not "free improvisation." These include the historic Michael Snow, Musics for Piano, Whistling, Microphone and Tape Recorder issued by Chatham Square (New York), 1974, which used recording itself as an instrument. The Last LP CD (1994) and Sinoms (1989) continued his work in multi-track studio recording.
         His most recent recording is the 3 CD box Snow Solo Piano Solo Snow - 3 Phases, issued in 2001 by OHM/Avatar of Québec. As Kevin McNeilly puts it in Musicworks(spring 2001), "Snow’s pianism is truly orchestral. … His playing refuses to be locked into a static coherence, refuses to be packaged. It calls for a re-thinking of the practice of improvisation."
         Michael Snow performs on acoustic piano, electric piano, synthesizer, trumpet, flugelhorn, guitar, percussion, and invented instruments, on all fourteen recordings by CCMC.
         Snow has also done sound installations, such as Hearing Aid (1974) and is well known for his work in film, video, bookworks, holography, painting and sculpture.
An interactive DVD-ROM called Anarchive 2: Digital Snow, an encyclopedia of his work in all mediums, appeared in October 2002.
         The Michael Snow Project of 1994 was a retrospective of his work in all mediums at both The Power Plant and The Art Gallery of Ontario. Four books were issued amongst which is Music/Sound, a 300-page book about his music.

            Solo Piano: Montreal, 1977; Amsterdam, 1985; Toronto, 1987, 1994; New York, 1990; Waterloo Ontario, 1994; Bologna Italy, 1995; Rovereto Italy,  1996; Quebec City, 1999; Bard College N.Y. 2001, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol UK 2001; Centre Pompidou, 2002;   SoundTracks, Edmonton Art Gallery, Mackenzie Art Gallery (Regina) 2004; Hamburger Bahnhof (Berlin) 2004.
Duo piano with Charlemagne Palestine, Paris 2001/with Eve Egoyan, Toronto 2002

            CCMC: 6 tours of Europe and 1 of Japan; hundreds of concerts in Toronto, Montreal, New York and elsewhere since 1976.

            Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Salle Boris Vian, La Villette (Paris) 2004.
            International Festival of Experimental Music, Royal Festival Hall, London
            England 2002, Freunde der Güter Musik, Berlin 2002.
            Festival Polyphonix, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2002.
            Festival of New Cinema and New Media, Montreal, 2002.
            Victoriaville Festival de Musique Actuelle, 1997.
            Du Maurier Jazz Festival, Toronto, 1990, 1993, 1994.
            "New Music America," Montreal, 1990.
            Musica Nova Festival, Hamburg Germany, 1980.
            Olympic Arts Festival, Los Angeles, 1980.
Other Performances:
            "Hue, Chroma, Tint," Music Gallery (Toronto), 1999; Hamburger Bahnhof (Berlin) 2004.
            "Pfeifen im Wald," (Luzern Switzerland) 1997
            Choreography/music with dancer Jo Leslie, Pavlychenko Studio, (Toronto) 1986
            Collective for Living Cinema (New York) 1978
            The Kitchen (New York) 1977 (Artists' Jazz Band)
            Fairleigh Dickinson University (New Jersey) 1968
            Filmmakers Cinematheque (New York) 1968
            Expo '67 Youth Pavilion (Montreal) 1967
            Mixed Media Concert Series, Isaacs Gallery (Toronto) 1965
2002               CCMC + Christian Marclay, a 2-CD set, Art Metropole (Toronto)
                      Hearing Aid, CD published by Supposé and Galerie Klosterfelde, Berlin
1999               3 Phases: Snow solo piano solo Snow, boxed set of 3 CDs, Ohm éditions
                      CCMC: Accomplices, CD Victo
1994               CCMC: Decisive Moments, CD
                      Jack and Mike, CD
1990               CCMC 90, 2 cassette set
                      Sinoms, CD, Art Metropole (Toronto)
                      with permission of Musée du Québec
1989               Sinoms, cassette, edition of 50; CD published by Musée du Québec
1987               The Last LP, Art Metropole, Toronto
                      (re-issued in 1994 as The Last LP CD, CD)
1976/7            CCMC Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4  & 5, Music Gallery Editions
1978               Larry Dubin and CCMC, Music Gallery Editions
1975               The Artists' Jazz Band Live at the Edge, Music Gallery Editions
                      Michael Snow: Musics for Whistling, Piano, Microphone and Tape
, Chatham Square Records, New York
1973               The Artists' Jazz Band, Gallery Editions


         CCMC was a headlined group at The International Festival of Experimental Music
at Royal Festival Hall in London, UK in June 2002. Also in June, a two-CD set of the recent concerts in Toronto and New York by CCMC (Michael Snow, John Oswald, Paul Dutton) with Christian Marclay, was released by Art Metropole in collaboration with No Music Inc. of Toronto.

         In March 2002, Snow performed a two-piano duet concert with Eve Egoyan at the Music Gallery, Toronto.

         October 11 2001, CCMC performed with Christian Marclay at Tonic in New York; on October 14 CCMC with the Argentine group Reynols, played at The Americas Society, also NYC. On 29 October, Snow presented a solo piano concert at Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol (England).

         On 9 March 2001 at Chapelle des Augustins in Paris, Snow performed a duo piano concert with Charlemagne Palestine; the concert was subsequently broadcast by France-Culture. In February Snow had presented a solo piano concert at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.

         With CCMC, he performed with turntable pioneer Christian Marclay at the Rivoli Lounge in Toronto on 6 December 2000.

         3 Phases: Snow piano solo piano Snow, a three-CD box with booklet (with texts by Raymond Gervais and others), was published by OHM-Avatar of Quebec City in December 2000, and Snow presented a solo piano concert in Quebec City the same month.

         Accomplices, which assembles performances by CCMC (Michael Snow, John Oswald and Paul Dutton) has been issued by Victo.

         Snow performed several concerts with CCMC at The Music Gallery in Toronto in autumn/winter 1999/2000. With CCMC, Snow played two concerts in France in April 1998; CCMC was also the opening group for a concert by Sonic Youth in Toronto in June 1998.    

         In addition, CCMC performed in Austin Texas at Cinematexas (also a new music festival), where three programmes of Snow's films were presented. Programmes of his films were screened in October 1999 at the Lux Theatre in London England, where Snow also performed a solo piano concert.

         On 5 May 1999 in Toronto, "The Burdocks," a classical quartet including pianist Eve Egoyan performed Hue, Chroma, Tint, a 25-minute composition by Snow which they had commissioned.

         Michael Snow performed duo concerts with New York guitarist Alan Licht in Chicago in June 2000, and with Toronto composer/musician Martin Arnold in May at The Music Gallery.
            Snow's feature-length digital film *Corpus Callosumpremiered at the Rotterdam Film Festival in January 2002 and at the Berlin Film Festival in February.Subsequently it was presented in a two-week run at Film Forum in New York City (August-September 2002) and for a week at The Royal in Toronto (December 2003).

            *Corpus Callosum was released in December 2001. The 20-minute segment known as The Living Room premiered at Anthology Film Archives in December 2000 on the occasion of Snow's concurrent exhibition at White Box in New York. The Living Room was subsequently seen at the Rotterdam Film Festival in January 2001 and screened in Paris, Toronto and Tokyo.

         From 23 to 29 October, 2001, a selection of Snow’s films were screened at Tate Modern museum in London England, where Snow also gave a lecture. Additional lectures, accompanying film screenings, were presented in November/December 2001 at Reina Sofia, Museo d’arte moderno in Madrid, and a new sound work, Sound Track, was commissioned for installation in one of the museum’s elevators.

         At New York’s Whitney Museum during January-February 2001, Snow’s work was included in the exhibition Flashing into the Shadows: The Artist’s Film after Pop and Minimalism 1966-1976.  Creative Time of New York, commissioned a one-minute work for the Panasonic light-board in Times Square, along with artists Gary Hill and Mary Lucier.

            He was one of several filmmakers (including Atom Egoyan and David Cronenberg) commissioned to make short films, Preludes, for the 25th Anniversary of the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2000. Snow's Prelude was subsequently included in the New York Film Festival (September 2000) appeared at the Madrid Film Festival in January 2001 and at La Clef in Paris.

            Re-Voir Editions of Paris released an annotated video edition of Snow's 1982 film Presents in December 2001. Further, Paris-based Teri Wehn-Damisch, whose most recent film considered the work of American artist Robert Morris, premiered Zoom Arrière (English title: On Snow’s Wavelength),a film on Snow's work, at Centre Pompidou (Paris) in April in 2001. 

            Two important articles on Snow's film and visual art appeared in the winter 1999 issue of Trafic, a French film quarterly.

            Funnel Piano, in super-8mm from 1984, was included in programmes at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in December 1999. Rameau's Nephew... was also screened at the Whitney Museum the same season.

            An exhibition of new acquisitions at Centre Pompidou in Paris (2000) included Snow's 4 1/2 hour film Rameau's Nephew ...

            A 240-page all-image book BIOGRAPHIE of the Walking Woman / de la femme qui marche 1961-1967 (2004), was published in Brussels by La Lettre volée.

            Michael Snow almost Cover to Cover,a 175-page book on Snow’s work, with texts by Malcolm LeGrice, A. L. Rees, Amy Taubin and Martha Langford, was released by Black Dog Press, London in October 2001.

            56 Tree Poems,a new bookwork, was published by Imschoot uitgevers (Ghent Belgium) in July 1999, and a 250-page all-image book titled Biographie is planned for 2002.


            Shown at the Musée des Beaux Arts de Montréal in 2001 were two major installation works from their permanent collection, Place des Peaux (light/transparency/sculpture installation, 1998) and Still Life in Eight Calls (holographic sculptural installation, 1989)

            In November 2001, gouaches and watercolours from the 1950s were presented at the Moore Gallery, Toronto, as "Very Early Snow".

            Panel discussions and talks on Snow’s work were hosted at Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol in October 2001, in connection with his exhibition there, Michael Snow almost Cover to Cover. The exhibition travelled in April 2002 to John Hansard Gallery at Southampton UK, where Snow’s commission from the Arts Council of England, Video Fields, was also premiered.

            In March 2001, Snow was a visiting professor at the Ecole National Supérieur des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In June 2001, Snow showed his video installation Couple in a solo show at Galerie SAW in Ottawa, Canada.

            During January-March 2001, Snow was included in Poetry Plastique, a group show curated by poet Charles Bernstein at the Marian Boesky Gallery in New York.

            For Montréal’s Festival en Lumière in February 2001, he created a large outdoor installation called Intérieur, using an entire house.

            A video installation work titled That/Cela/Dat, was commissioned by curator Thierry de Duve for Voici: Cent ans d'art contemporain, a major international exhibition at the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, November 2000-January 2001.

           Three of Snow's holographic works of 1985 were included in Paris en 3Dat the Musée Carnavalet (Paris), October - December 2000.

            A site-specific sound installation (Waiting Room) by Snow was included in Being on Time at Central Technical High School in Toronto (October 2000), organized by Public Access. His large projection installation of 1998, Place des peaux, was presented as part of Tout le temps/Every Time at La Biennale de Montréal 2000.

            A retrospective of Snow's photo-based works was presented in 1999 by the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles (July to September 1999); the same exhibition travelled in January 2000 to the Centre National de la Photographie (Paris), and subsequently to Geneva at Saint-Gervais, Centre pour l'image contemporaine, and MAMCO (April-June 2000).

            Photo-based works, a sound piece and several films by Snow were included in Le temps, vite, an exhibition marking the reopening of the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris) in January 2000. The exhibition toured to Rome and Barcelona in 2000. In Medias Res (1998), a large photographic piece included in the exhibition at the Centre National de la Photographie, was purchased by the Musée National d'art Moderne (Paris) in October 1999.

            Snow's large holographic sculpture Planetscape (1985) containing three metre-wide holograms, has been acquired by the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto.

            Diagonale, a large sound installation by Snow, was shown in the exhibition Musiques en scèneat the Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon (February 1999).
Snow was part of two invitational exhibitions at Wynick/Tuck Gallery in Toronto, 2000: TypeCast (March) and Time (May). His work was included in Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin 1950s-1980s, Queens Museum of Art, New York (touring to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, the Miami Art Museum and Vancouver Art Gallery) and in Afterimage: Drawing Through Process, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.