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Film programme
October

04 Sonntag
BLOSSOMS OF SURREALISM
A second programme section on Surrealism, one of the main focal points of the collection of the Emanuel Hoffmann Foundation, not only showcases its most extravagant proponent Salvador Dalí – whose small-scale painting Girafe en feu (c. 1936/1937) numbers among the collection’s early highlights – but also presents Yves Tanguy whose enigmatic landscapes add a special accent to this somnambulistic art movement.

2 p.m.
SALVADOR DALÍ. A SOFT SELF-PORTRAIT
Jean-Christophe Averty, speaker Orson Welles, USA 1969, 52’, E (without subtitles)
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3 p.m.
THE LIFE AND ART OF SALVADOR DALÍ
(from the series Modern Masters)
Louise Hooper, with Alastair Sooke, GB 2010, 56’, E (without subtitles) courtesy of IWC Media Limited
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4 p.m.
YVES TANGUY. DERRIÈRE LA GRILLE DE SES YEUX BLEUS
Fabrice Maze, FR 2007, 90’, F/e
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11 Sunday
BESUCH AUS ENGLAND
Featuring Tacita Dean, Mark Wallinger and Jane & Louise Wilson, this programme section unites British artists who were all nominated for the coveted Turner Prize – and who are contained in the exhibition FUTURE PRESENT with representative works.

2 p.m.
TACITA DEAN
(from the series Lily Cole’s Art Matters)
Susan Doyon, with Lily Cole, GB 2010, 44’, E (without subtitles)
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3 p.m.
MARK WALLINGER
(from the series theEYE)
GB 2001, 26’, E (without subtitles)
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4 p.m.
THE WILSON TWINS
(from the series The South Bank Show, season 27)
Susan Shaw, GB 2004, 65’, E (without subtitles)
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18 Sunday
BREAKING INTO MODERNISM
With Joan Miró, Alexander Calder and Piet Mondrian, this programme section unites three giants of Classical Modernism who approached their work quite differently, but knew and liked one other personally and visited each another on various occasions.

2 p.m.
JOAN MIRÓ. THE LADDER OF ESCAPE
USA 2012, 30’, E (without subtitles) Courtesy of National Gallery of Art Landover, Maryland
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3 p.m.
CALDER. SCULPTOR OF AIR
François Lévy-Kuentz, FR 2009, 50’, E (without subtitles)
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4 p.m.
PIET MONDRIAN. IM ATELIER VON MONDRIAN
François Lévy-Kuentz, FR 2010, 50’, D
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25 Sunday
ART AS A FORCE OF NATURE
The Basque Eduardo Chillida and the Catalan Antoni Tàpies are united by their interest in the artistic aestheticisation of the four elements of nature. Chillida is featured in the exhibition FUTURE PRESENT with ‘Anvil of Dreams’ (Yunque de sueños X, 1962), reminiscent of his monumental wrought iron sculptures Peines del viento (Wind combs) (1972–1977), while Tàpies is represented by the earthbound material painting Gris avec graphismes noirs (1962).

2 p.m.
EDUARDO CHILLIDA
Laurence Boulting, GB 1985, 59’, D, Courtesy of Arthaus Musik
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4 p.m.
ANTONI TÀPIES
Carolina Tubau, ES 2004, 62’, CA/e (with collaboration of TV3 Televisió de Catalunya)
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