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Guy Bourdin in Duesseldorf

Duesseldorf: January 13, 2004 through February 27, 2005

  • Duesseldorf: NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft

    Le 19ième Festival du film Gay et Lesbien de Bruxelles

    From 20 - 29 Jan 2005 in Le Botanique in Brussels --http://www.fglb.org/ [Jan 2005] see also: gay cinema, queer cinema

    Frankfurt: The Naked Truth

    Art and scandal in Vienna around 1900: there is hardly another city more suited for such an investigation than the metropolis on the Danube – a city conveying the sense of a new era of art about to dawn and full of visual, sensuous, and intellectual energies on the one hand and a center determined by a Catholic conservative basic attitude, the hub of an empire on the eve of its decline on the other. The exhibition "The naked truth - Klimt, Schiele, Kokoschka and other scandals" highlights the society’s conflict with modernity. At odds with the secular and clerical authorities, Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, a.o. explored a range of taboos: pregnancy, sexuality and power, homoeroticism, the battle of the sexes, and adolescence. Egon Schiele portrayed Eros, misery, and death with a radical directness and was imprisoned for doing so. And Adolf Loos caused one of the greatest architectural scandals that Vienna ever saw with his – in the words of the contemporary press – “obscenely naked” house on Michaelerplatz. The exhibition presents the Austrian art of the beginning 20th century beyond all fin de siècle romanticism in its uncompromising modernity and its still effective explosive social impact. Curator: Tobias G. Natter, Vienna.

    Kunsthalle Frankfurt, 28 Jan - 24 Apr 2005 --http://www.schirn-kunsthalle.de/index.php?do=exhibitions_detail&id=31&lang=en [Jan 2005]

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam [...]

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam introduces, during its upcoming 34th edition (January 26 - February 6, 2005)

    Opening next January 26, IFFR 2005 presents a strong list of 44 world premieres, 31 international premieres and 26 European premieres of feature length films. The premiere line up includes eight first screenings of Hubert Bals Fund supported films. The full programme schedule is online here January 20. View the premiere list; read on for a quick scan of the highlights.

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    Utah, US: Sundance 2005 [...]

    Jan 24 - Jan 30