Artist Talk
Bjørn Melhus
21/03/19
Pinakothek der Moderne

scroll down arrow

KINO DER KUNST
INTERLUDE 18/19

With prominent guests, artist talks and the film series “Cinema Dreams in Artist Cinema” INTERLUDE 18/19 enters in content and form new territory.
Artist talks: Mark Lewis – Phil Collins – Bjørn MelhusAnne Imhof | Cinema Dreams in Artists Cinema: The World of Gilbert & George – Poesía sin fin – Exit Through the Gift Shop – Short Film Program – Visages Villages – La Controfigura – Impressions de la Haute Mongolie – La Ferdinanda

About

Bjørn Melhus
CAN YOU SEE MY ART?

SUGAR (Digital Film / production still – work in progress, voraussichtlich 2019)©Bjørn Melhus
SUGAR (Digital Film / production still – work in progress, voraussichtlich 2019)©Bjørn Melhus

21/03/2019 – 6.30 p.m. | With Bjørn Melhus

Pinakothek der Moderne | Auditorium

By exploiting the history of pop culture, mass media and cinema in his short films, Bjørn Melhus celebrates a unique balance between pessimistic melancholia and hysterical humour. With a very personal signature – the artist plays all parts himself.  For the “Interlude” he presents his most recent works and gives an insight into his film SUGAR, which is still in production. In his talk he will also deal with the relationship of film and installation.
Video by © Bjørn Melhus, “SUGAR”, work in progress, 2019
For further information see projects

Artist Talk

Anne Imhof

Eliza Douglas in Anne Imhof, Faust, 2017 Deutscher Pavillon, 57. Internationale Kunstausstellung– La Biennale di Venezia © Fotografie: Nadine Fraczkowski Courtesy: Deutscher Pavillon 2017, die Künstlerin
Eliza Douglas in
Anne Imhof, Faust, 2017
Deutscher Pavillon, 57. Internationale Kunstausstellung– La Biennale di Venezia © Fotografie: Nadine Fraczkowski
Courtesy: Deutscher Pavillon 2017, die Künstlerin

09/04/2019 — 7 p.m.
Pinakothek der Moderne | Auditorium

Anne Imhof (born 1978) is one of the most important and original artists of our time. Her work spans the genres of performance, painting and room installation; she examines the traditional images and processes handed down through culture and the mass media and develops new tactics to reach a broader definition of the term “performance”.
Anne Imhof in conversation with Michael Hering (Director of Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München) and Katja Blomberg (Director of Haus am Waldsee Berlin)
For further information see projects

Artist Talk

KINO DER KUNST is a worldwide unique combination of film festival and art exhibition that investigates the connection between visual art and cinema; its programmatic focus lies on how cinematographic artists approach fiction and narration. The international competition presents cinematic works in which artists apply formal innovation and a highly aesthetic visual language without losing sight of the serious issues of our time.

About

The next edition of KINO DER KUNST will be held in spring 2020. This unique blend of festival and exhibition with films by visual artists is the only one of its kind in the world. Taking place in Munich every two years, its sensitive issue in 2020 will be “Forbidden Beauty”.
See theme

Kino der Kunst 20

Newsletter