|Born||June 5, 1963|
Eganville, Ontario, Canada
|Known for||Video art|
Reinke was born June 5, 1963 in Eganville, Ontario, Canada. He lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, where he is a professor of Art Theory and Practice at Northwestern University. He received his M.F.A. from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1993.
As a writer and editor, Reinke has co-edited Lux: A Decade of Artists' Film and Video, 2000 and published Everybody Loves Nothing: Video 1996-2004, 2004.
Reinke exhibitied in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. He has additionally exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Pompidou Centre, Tate, National Gallery of Canada, International Film Festival Rotterdam and the New York Video Festival.
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- Reinke, Steve; Monk, Philip; Power Plant (Art gallery) (1997). Steve Reinke: the hundred videos. Toronto: Power Plant.
- Mike Hoolboom (27 September 2013). Practical Dreamers: Conversations with Movie Artists. Coach House Books. pp. 232–. ISBN 978-1-77056-181-6.
- Reinke, Steve; Taylor, Tom; YYZ (Galerie); Pleasure Dome (Association) (2000). Lux: a decade of artists'film and video. Toronto: YYZ Books. ISBN 0920397263.
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- Reinke, Steve; Hoolboom, Michael (2004). Everybody loves nothing: video 1996-2004. Toronto, Ont.: Coach House Books. ISBN 1552451488.
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- "Toronto artist Steve Reinke wins $10,000 video art prize". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 14 June 2016.
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