Un œil, une histoire

Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi
03/22 - 03/24/2017
H 6:00 PM

Event

From Wednesday 22 to Friday 24 March, 6 pm
Presentation and screening of documentaries

The series of documentaries Un œil, une histoire, dedicated to some of the most significant art historians of the 20th century, is back at the Teatrino.
Seven new productions, presented for the first time, focus on major figures of the international historic and artistic context: Michael Fried, Svetlana Alpers, Thierry de Duve, Roland Recht, Laurence Bertrand Dorléac, Carlo Ginzburg and Philippe-Alain Michaud.

Wednesday 22 March
6pm
The directors Marianne Alphant and Pascale Bouhénic meet the public together with Philippe-Alain Michaud, curator at Centre Pompidou in Paris and protagonist of the first documentary of the series.

Followed by the screening of the documentary Philippe-Alain Michaud, le réel traversé par la fiction (2016,41').
Film screened in the original language with Italian subtitles

Thursday 23 March
6pm
Talk with the directors Marianne Alphant and Pascale Bouhénic and the historian Carlo Ginzburg

Followed by the screening of the documentary Carlo Ginzburg, tout m'intéresse là-bas (2016, 45').
Film screened in the original language with Italian subtitles

Friday 24 March
3pm
Screening of Michael Fried, In Love with Diderot (2015, 49')
Film screened in the original language with Italian subtitles

4pm
Screening of Svetlana Alpers, distance et étrangeté (2015, 48')
Film screened in the original language

5pm
Screening of Thierry de Duve, un message, une adresse (2015, 46')
Film screened in the original language with Italian subtitles

6pm
Screening of Roland Recht, la cathédrale et le papillon (2015, 44')
Film screened in the original language with English subtitles

7pm
Screening of Laurence Bertrand Dorléac, une passion spéciale (2016, 45')
Film screened in the original language with English subtitles

Talk in French with simultaneaous Italian interpretation.

Free entry to the talk and screenings until capacity is reached.

Download the synopses of the documentaries