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Monday, 27 October 2014 13:03

Press coverage

Published in Documentation
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 16:10

The Blind Theatre play premiere

A brief summary of the making of, and of the premiere of the theatre show "The Blind", written by Maurice Maeterlinck, and directed by Zeljko Sosic. The play "The Blind" explores the possibilities of theatrical expression: professional actors can be seen here in a common cooperation with members of "Homer", an organization of actors with impaired vision, who created a wondrous and disturbing world based on Maeterlinck's drama.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 16:02

Marina Kuveljic

In an interview with the artist Marina Kuveljic and a curator of the Contemporary Art Center of Montenegro, Ljiljana Karadzic, we talked about Marina's work called CONTINUA. Ljiljana presented the work from the perspective of an art historian, analyzing its segments and talking about the philosophy of the work itself, while Marina talked about the internal need to perform CONTINUA in a place such as Perjanicki dom, which is the chamber gallery of the Contemporary Art Centre.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 16:00

SHAPESHIFT

Shapeshift is a shift of shape that misshapes itself by the means of its own axis. It is the mess of the upside down that reverses itself tidily. Like a cube becoming a sphere, in time, the shape's nature is cyclic. All around, the space is white, like the noise of the ground.
Published in Video / TV Crew Veneto
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:57

APART FEST #01

Apart#01 is an electronic music festival managed by PAS_E, an association promoting and producing cultural products through contemporary music. In this clip an extract from the gig is showcased, starring Rabih Beaini & Charles Cohen with the Upperground Orchestra, along with the interviews to the PAS_E's members. The concert was staged and filmed on 26th August 2014 at the "Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi" in Venice.

Published in Video / TV Crew Veneto
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:52

Simon Perathoner

This video shows the work of a young emerging artist, Simon Perathoner, who explores the relationship between the various possible forms of ‘image’ nowadays, when translated into a code to be widespread. The artist, who was artistically trained in Venice, collaborated during the whole shooting process, also by allowing us to shoot previously unpublished material related to his work in progress ‘Substract series’.

Published in Video / TV Crew Veneto
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:50

Daniele D'Acquisto

The Contemporary Art Museum "Pino Pascali" hosts a project room dedicated to a young Apulian artist: the show described here was created by Daniele D'Acquisto, who lives in Taranto and is already well known nationwide. In this video, the young Apulian artist presents his work, curated by Lorenzo Madaro.

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:45

Koreja Theatre

An overview on the activities run by the Theatre Company in Puglia that works in many locations of the city. The video, thanks to the testimony of the director Franco Ungaro and showing some of the projects that the Company has lead, offers an opportunity to better understand what work means in the field of Theatre today. Also, it shows how culture and territories can go on parallel paths and sometimes cross in a virtuous collaboration.

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:22

Post - Young Albanian Artists

The curators Antonio Frugis and Roberto Lacarbonara oversee a show depicting the young Albanian art scene, by means of an exhibition of several artworks. Artists such as Endri Dani, Olson Lamaj, Remijon Pronja, Enkelejd Zonja, are also involved in the discussion.

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:20

Art and Crisis

Ideas, analysis, and different solutions to survive the crisis affecting artists, galleries, museums, curators, merchants, collectors and the whole Art World. Curator Raffaele Gavarro, the art critic Christian Caliandro, two gallery directors, Michele Spinelli and Antonella Spano, and Gino Battista, an art collector, are interviewed on the subject of Art in this age of crisis.

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:14

Luigi Presicce

The artist Luigi Presicce tells us about the performance designed with Maurizio Vierucci (aka "Oh Petroleum!"), and curated by Marinilde Giannandrea. The performance took place at the Roman Theatre in Lecce, in the framework of Koreja Company's Festival "Il Teatro dei Luoghi". It is part of an unicum in the artists' work opening his research to the audience. During the movie, the artist also describes his own research.

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:10

Vlasta Delimar

Vlasta Delimar is one of the most famous representatives of performance and body art, and the first woman in Croatia to use her bare body for the purposes of art. The controversial artist derives inspiration for her 35-year-old work from her autobiography, while she may be best known to the public as Lady Godiva, riding a horse naked through the streets of Zagreb.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:06

Siniša Majkus

Siniša Majkus is a Croatian sculptor from Matulji who uses metal wire in his work, bending it to form spirals. The origin of his artwork can be found in drawing, however, and his sculptures can be best described as spatial drawings. Transparent, coloured, diverse in dimensions and volume, they fit well into any space: galleries, outdoor spaces, even at the bottom of the sea where the author once exhibited them. As the author points out, the sculptures present a paradoxical situation of space that can be interpreted in several ways. They leave an impression of a twinkling, dynamic space while giving the spectator a sense of virtual movement through the actual art piece.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:56

Goranska Sculpture Workshop

The Croatian mountainous region of Gorski Kotar has been sort of an outdoor gallery for 35 years now. Every summer, Gorski Kotar hosts the Goranska Sculpture Workshop which has brought together more than 80 renowned sculptors so far, who made a total of 85 wooden sculptures. This year's workshop participants, Tomo Geri? and Krešimir Rod, gave their own contribution through their work.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:48

Maja Frankovic

The art historian Branko Franceschi reveals the characteristics of the work of Maja S. Frankovic, who is a member of the Rijeka Graphics School. The Croatian TV crew was introduced to the process of creating graphics at her workshop In Brsec. Her artworks are characterized by vivid colours and gestures.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:45

Southern Photographs

The show, curated by Michele Cera, comes from an international workshop of photography with the Dutch professional photographer Cuny Janssen. It was held in September 2013 at the archaeological site of "Madonna di Grottole" in Polignano a Mare. The workshop has encouraged the students to run their own photographic project, reading and reporting the territory of Polignano a Mare and Cozze. It has involved students coming from the whole of Italy. Cuny Janssen is the author of internationally popular artworks as well as of "My Grandma was a Turtle", "Love me" and "Yoshino". During the three day workshop, he helped the students in developing their own work and shooting a personal photographic series in a coherent way. The show has also exhibited works by Mrs. Janssen, shot during the workshop, Southern Photographs is also part of the project AdriatiCoasToCoast, a big international project which reads Adriatic territories: SiFest (Savignano sul Rubicone) is the lead partner.

Photographs by: Cuny Janssen - Marina Caneve - Guido Cauli - Berardo Celati - Alessandro Cirillo Francesco Colella - Antonio Maria Fantetti - Costantino Forte - Massimo Lastrucci Giuseppe Maldera - Paolo Miraglino - Giovanni Nardelli - Andrea Neri - Mariangela Ranieri Vincenzo Schiraldi - Nicolas Sgobba - Gianni Zanni.

 

Published in Video / TV Crew Puglia
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:40

Coexistence part II

The TV Crew Montenegro talked to artists, coming from countries participating in the COEXISTENCE exhibition, about their work and contribution to the exhibition and to curators, on the subject of the concept and importance of the exhibition itself.
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:38

Nikola Vrljic

The young Croatian sculptor Nikola Vrljic welcomes us into his workshop. There, he explains how his figurative sculptures are made. He also reveals interesting details about his own life and his contemplations about art.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:32

Adrijana Gvozdenovic

A day with the Montenegrin artist from the younger generation: Adrijana Gvozdenovic. Young contemporary artist from Podgorica, currently residing in Antwerp, Belgium tells us about the works she has created in recent years.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:29

Herceg Novi Comic Book Festival

We have presented one of the most important comic book festivals in the former Yugoslavia, which brings together international authors from the world of comics and presents them through the exhibitions, public drawing sessions and lectures.

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