Berlin sets documentary trends Automatic translate
Starting June 3, in the House of World Culture, residents and guests of Berlin will be able to visit the exhibition of documentary art, which is held in the capital of Germany every two years.
The main goal of the forum is to demonstrate the potential of documentary cinema and photography from the point of view of art history, cultural studies, philosophy and a number of other aspects, as well as to popularize art among the general population.
As part of the exhibition, its participants and visitors, artists and critics, will be able to visit numerous theater and film premieres, as well as the exhibition of modern photography Blind Spot, which presents works made in the genre of documentary filming. Here you can see the work of such photographers as Elisabetta Benassi, Vincent Meessen, Nicolai Olaf, Christopher Williams and world-famous photographer, documentary filmmaker Wim Wenders )
As invited guests, the exhibition will be attended by famous artists, writers, filmmakers, theater directors from Germany and Europe. The opening of the exhibition also coincides with the presentation of a specialized Internet resource dedicated to documentary art. The organizers of the resource call the search for talented authors and experimental art projects on the Internet one of the areas of their activity, they also plan to launch an online movie store. Already now the site has a whole section devoted to the work of Jean-Luc Godard (Jean-Luc Godard). Here you can see excerpts from his films and interviews, archival and rare materials.
The exhibition will run until July 1.