Guided Visit Manifesto exhibit by German artist Julian Rosefeldt
Arturo Carvajal, our fellow group Consul and art expert with active initiatives in Buenos Aires and New York City has arranged a complementary guided tour of the exhibit. Arturo has taught art related matters at the Parsons School of Design for the New School University in New York, and the education department of the Guggenheim Museum in New York and Bilbao.
Ticket entrance will be at the reduced price (50$). Thank you Arturo!
Protected content , in collaboration with the Goethe Institut, presents MANIFESTO by Julian Rosefeldt, an audiovisual installation of 13 videos masterfully interpreted by Cate Blanchett in different roles that cross the performance and theatrical.
Each installation is conceived as a film where Cate Blanchett relates, in that universe, the most outstanding words of artists of the twentieth century.
The 13 screens present fragments selected by Julian Rosefeldt, building a story of their own: a collage of 50 historical texts from each of the manifestoes of artists (Malevich, Claes Oldenburg, Sol Lewitt, Lucio Fontana), poets (Breton, Tzara, Marinetti) filmmakers (Jim Jarmusch), choreographers (Yvonne Rainer) and architects, as well as the Communist Manifesto of Marx and Engels.
MANIFESTO unfolds the totalizing questions that mark our culture, asking for the current validity of these statements and the role of art today. It was presented in Protected content Staatsgalerie Stuttgart; Park Avenue Armory, New York; Ruhrtriennale Protected content , Duisburg; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney and Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin. In Protected content Capital of Culture, Aarhus; Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris and Villa Stuck, Munich.
JULIAN ROSEFELDT (Munich, Protected content and works in Berlin. His work is a complex crossing of filmic essay and performance representation. His films and audiovisual installations associate philosophical reflection, politics and criticism to the image. In Protected content participated in the São Paulo Biennial representing Germany. His works integrate important public and private collections among which are the MoMA of New York; the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin; the Australian Center for the Moving Image of Melbourne; MUSAC (Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León) and the Saatchi Collection of London among others.
He has exhibited internationally since Protected content . His most recent solo exhibitions include Villa Struck in Munich Protected content , Park Avenue in New York Protected content , Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart in Berlin Protected content ACMI - Australian Center for the Moving Image, Melbourne Protected content others.
In Protected content was invited professor by the Media Art faculty of the Bauhaus University of Weimar. He is currently a member of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts and is a professor of Digital Time-Based Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich.