DEUTSCH Facebook Twitter Google+

ART FILM À LA CARTE

KINO DER KUNST in Munich from April 22–26, 2015

event image
Key Image KINO DER KUNST 2015 Sleepwalkers, 2007 Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York; Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich; Victoria Miro Gallery, London; and Regen Projects, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Doyle

This spring, Munich will once again spotlight media art. Under the motto "Science & Fiction", the second edition of the world's most unique art film festival, KINO DER KUNST, will be held from April 22–26, 2015. This year's theme is the influence of technical and aesthetic inventions by visual artists on today's media landscape – from cinema to video games – with an emphasis on creative approaches to narration. The program includes current short and long art films from all over the world in the highly endowed International Competition overseen by an international jury. It will be accompanied by a large-scale exhibition in the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Museum Brandhorst entitled "Creating Realities", which explores artistic forms of creative narrative. In addition, there will also be presentations in the Goetz Collection and Espace Louis Vuitton Munich, artists' talks, lectures and an endowed young talent competition for future projects. Other highlights will include an homage to the artist and filmmaker Harun Farocki, who passed away in summer 2014, which will be held in the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts. An exhibition in the State Museum of Egyptian Art will be dedicated to the dialog between the fine arts and artistically outstanding video games.

Beginning in February, the Pinakothek der Moderne and Museum Brandhorst, in cooperation with the Goetz Collection and KINO DER KUNST, will present "Creating Realities. Encounters between Art and Cinema" – the largest exhibition until now of film and video art from the Bavarian State Painting Collections. Organized in a number of chapters, "Creating Realities" will present numerous single- and multi-channel installations featuring innovative forms of narrative fiction and works by media artists born in the 1960s to 1980s. Ranging from Yang Fudong or Pierre Huyghe to Ed Atkins, Camille Henrot or Ryan Trecartin, all of these artists have dealt intensively with the reception of narrative cinema and have reflected on it.

Chapter 1: A Question of Silence | February 5 through May 31, 2015, Pinakothek der Moderne

Chapter 2: L’ellipse | March 10 through May 31, 2015, Pinakothek der Moderne

Chapter 3: Neighbour’s Yard | April 16 through May 31, 2015, Pinakothek der Moderne

Chapter 4: Grosse fatigue | April 16 through May 31, 2015, Museum Brandhorst

Opening of the entire exhibition as part of KINO DER KUNST on April 21, 2015 at 7 p.m.

Further information on the festival can be found under http://www.kinoderkunst.de

Photo downloads can be found under http://www.kinoderkunst.de/web/en/press/press-images.html

Press contact: Ursula Teich
teich@kinoderkunst.de
phone +49 (0) 221 5743112.

//

KINO DER KUNST is a project organised by EIKON Süd GmbH, partnered with the Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Science and the Arts, the BMW AG, the Ingrid Werndl-Laue Foundation, the Biehler von Dorrer Foundation, the HypoVereinsbank, the Kirch-Foundation, the Kunststiftung Ingvild und Stephan Goetz, Louis Vuitton, ARRI Film & TV Services GmbH, Bayerischer Rundfunk and the Federal Foreign Office, in cooperation with the University of Television and Film Munich, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, the Goetz Collection, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Museum Brandhorst, the State Museum of Egyptian Art and the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts. We would like to thank the hotel Bayerischer Hof Munich for the friendly support.

previous post next post