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MONO.KULTUR #45: RICHARD PRICE / EXCERPT 02

Richard Price on his work for Hollywood – excerpted from our new issue mono.kultur #45.
The Breaks was your last novel before you withdrew from books for some time.
That, for me, was the most egregious. If I squint, I can see what I did well, but what I did poorly is as big as an elephant. [...]

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

In 2010, we celebrated our 5th anniversary with Tilda Swinton and Italian director Luca Guadagnino, screening his epic I am Love for its German premiere. It was not only Guadagnino’s debut feature film, but also the first in an ambitious trilogy about love, which now comes to an end with Call Me by Your Name, [...]

CHRIS WARE: SOMEONE I’M NOT

Check out mono.kultur #30 Chris Ware in a new film by Art21, “Chris Ware: Someone I’m Not“. From his home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois, artist Chris Ware shares motivations and challenges for telling stories from the perspectives of others in his work. “I distinctly remember being told by my teachers, if you draw women, [...]

First Music Video

This is probably the first music video ever. Before youtube. Before MTV. Before color, too: Len Lye’s 1958 ‘Free Radicals’

A LIFETIME

The 66th edition of the venerable Berlinale Film Festival is upon us, and it will feature an exclusive retrospective of the work of cinematographer Michael Ballhaus, who, besides working for the likes of Rainer Fassbinder or Martin Scorsese, has also graced the cover of our humble publication with mono.kultur #19.
The legendary gentleman with a camera [...]

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Despite being in 21st century, unfortunately, certain misconceptions about women still linger in the air. As most of us know, one of the fields that is strongly male dominated is film industry. I remember a friend’s struggle, when she decided to be a DOP: “You cannot carry that camera, it is heavy.”
Recently, a long list [...]

OPEN FORM

Today, 12.11.2015, 19 h:
ARCH+ FEATURES 42: OPEN FORM
Lecture and film screening
With Axel Wieder and Florian Zeyfang
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststrasse 69, 10117 Berlin
The concept of the “Open Form”, initially formulated by Polish architect Oskar Hansen (1922–2005) at the XI. CIAM congress in Otterlo, NL, became hugely influential as an early example of participatory [...]

NUMBER ELEVEN: CYPRIEN GAILLARD

The upcoming exhibition NUMBER ELEVEN: CYPRIEN GAILLARD at JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION in Düsseldorf is dedicated to French artist Cyprien Gaillard (born 1980 in Paris, lives and works in Berlin), and will open this Friday, September 25, at 7 pm.
About the exhibition (from the website):
“In his artistic practice, Cyprien Gaillard examines buildings and living environments like [...]

BLOCKBUSTER FAIL

The German blockbuster-directer Roland Emmerich has just released a trailer for his new movie Stonewall, and it’s been already discussed controversially, particularly about its lack of authenticity. Just to quickly recap: The Stonewall Riots were a series of protests in 1969 against the police by the LGBT community in New York after a police raid in [...]

ADVICES FROM THE WISE ONES

The extravagant pervert, legendary director John Waters has precious advices, indeed, such as: ‘If you go home with someone, and they don’t have any books, don’t fuck them.’ In an old interview dating back to February, 13 2014, when his exhibition at Sprüth Magers Berlin was going on, Waters talked about ‘finding friends, beating the [...]