Tim White-Sobieski




New York | Berlin


Tim White-Sobieski is an artist, designer, and an architect based in New York and Berlin.

He gained the popularity by 2000 with his installation and design projects dedicated to new inventions in light and multimedia art designs.

In 2005 he was commissioned to design interior installation artwork for LVMH/Louis Vuitton headquarters in Paris. The project resulted in the biggest up to date fiber-optics light video field and was a fruitfull collaboration with architect Peter Marino and Eric Carlson.

In 2006 he made another multimedia project commissioned for LVMH/Louis Vuitton collection Paris. The project was shown in collaboration with Zaha Hadid and Shigeru Ban architects.

In the following years there were multiple projects with architectural and design clients around the world. Project were focusing on developing new ideas in the field of architecture integrating multimedia design elements including light , video and new technologies.

Clients included Candy & Candy in London; Residential Land Real Estate Corp, London; IRIS Capital Management, Paris; EGAMI Co, Seoul, Korea; El Corte Ingles, Madrid, Spain; Studio di Architettura Sergio Festi, Italy and many other clients worldwide.

Since 2000 Tim White-Sobieski’s projects were shown in more than 40 Museums of Contemporary Arts worldwide. In 2009 Tim White-Sobieski was commissioned by the city of Seoul Korea to develop interior design and installation fro the main concourse and entrance in Kimpo airport, Seoul, which resulted in the artwork designed as video installation on 144 synchronized LCD monitors, currently the biggest video installation in the world.

Tim White-Sobieski has shown his art projects in the following museums and public spaces: CAC Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Malága, Spain; DA2 – Domus Artium Museo Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Spain; Espace Louis Vuitton, Paris; Museo de Bellas Artes de Santander, Spain, Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul;  Palais de Tokyo, Paris, National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC) Bucharest, Romania; ARTIUM of Alava, Basque Centre-Museum of Contemporary Art; CGAC, Centro Galego de Arte ContemporÃnea (Santiago de Compostela), Spain; Akademie der Künste, Berlin , Wilhelm Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany; Teatro Miela, Trieste, Italy; Caixa de Manlleu (Vic), Manlleu; Stiftung kunstraum, Rantum / Sylt, Germany; Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Germany;  Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Auditorio de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, España;  Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS), Madrid; El Museo del Bario, New York, NY; Centro Municipal de las Artes de Alcorcon; Centro Nacional de Fotografía Torrelavega; CAAC. Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporanéo, Sevilla, Spain; Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Oslo, Norway.


His films were shown at international film festivals in: Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland; Invideo Art Video, Milan, Italy; Rome International Festival; Hamburg International Film Festival; The California Film Institute, Mill Valley,  CA, European Media ART FESTIVAL, Osnabrück, (Germany), Multimedia Festival “Nuits Sonores”, Lyon, Berlin Film Festival, Oakland International Film Festival, Oakland, California., Montevideo International Film Festival, Uruguay. His installations were shown in curatorial programs of Bucharest Biennale; Praga Biennale; Photo Bienal Internacional de Tenerife, Spain; PhotoEspaña, Madrid, Lyon Biennale, France

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