Guided tour of the exhibition in French with Nathalie David
Agnès Varda is considered one of the most influential creative figures of our time - the photographer, filmmaker and visual artist who died in 2019 at the age of 90 left behind a body of work spanning more than six decades, in which this pioneer of modern cinema constantly reinvented herself. Her last creative period - her 'third life as a young artist', as she herself described it - is still much less known and exploited than the many films she made before.
In silent green, the most comprehensive solo exhibition to date in Germany of this last creative period, which Varda began at the age of 75 at the Venice Biennale, presents photographs, films and video formats that Varda assembles into transmedia installation forms.
Nathalie David is a filmmaker, designer and photographer. She considers the documentary gaze as a genre and a specific artistic process. In 2009, she founded PITCHOUNPRODUCTION and has since created numerous films under this label. Since 2003, she has been making artistic rather than documentary films about artists or collectors for museums. Since 2011 she has been giving guided tours in German and French at the Kunsthalle Hamburg. Nathalie David was born in France. She lives in Hamburg and Berlin.
NOTE: A separate exhibition ticket is not required to participate in the guided tour. The ticket for the guided tour also gives access to the exhibition.
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