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Magnum. 10 Sequences

Under the influence


What form does artistic affiliation take? How does the cinema exert its influence on photography? This cycle of lectures and screenings sets out to solve this mystery by examining the direct experiences of six photographers and artists who have explored these mirrors of creation in their bodies of work. From the viewpoint of his artistic work, each speaker builds the bridges connecting it to a film that went before, creating a multiple portrait of the construction process and the meaning of the images.
Each session comprises a talk by an artist followed by the screening of the chosen film.
Alongside the exhibition “Magnum. 10 Sequences. The Role of Cinema in the Photographic Imaginary”

Wednesday 25 June
Donovan Wylie

Under the influence
With the screening of Elephant, Alan Clarke, Great Britain, 1989, 39 min.

Wednesday, 2 July (Free entrance)
Mark Power

Memento Mori
With the screening of Amator, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Poland, 1979, 112 min

Wednesday, 9 July
Gueorgui Pinkhassov

Encounters with Tarkovsky
With the screening of Zerkalo, Andrei Tarkovsky, USSR, 1974, 106 min.

Wednesday, 16 July
Francesc Torres

When words run out
With the screening of The War Game, Peter Watkins, Great Britain, 1965, 48 min.

Wednesday, 23 July
Ignasi Aballí

Under the influence
With the screening of Le Diable, probablement..., Robert Bresson, France, 1977, 95 min.

Wednesday, 30 July
Joan Fontcuberta

Blowing up Blow-up
With the screening of Blow-up, Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy-Great Britain, 1966, 108 min.

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