Tate Modern
Portrait #2


Opening – 01. Feb. 2018

Year by year, month by month, the plight of our fragmentary and precarious civilization becomes more serious.

tate.org.uk




Louvre Paris
Final unfinished portrait


Opening – 11. Sep. 2018

The projected video sequence focuses on a very crucial moment of Red Desert, when Monica Vitti is asked to cry.


louvre.fr

Kino International
Portrait #3


Opening – 01. Aug. 2018

The work largely takes place in industrial landscapes that have been interpreted as a correlative of the unease.

galeria-moderna.it




Artist in Residence
Tokyo


 Aug. 2018

It is the most vulnerable, private and powerless moment, and the very point.


chicago-inst.org





Portrait #3
(Antonioni & Vitti)



Portrait #3 is dedicated to one of the major film director and best known for his “trilogy on modernity and its discontents”. Michelangelo Antonioni redefined the concept of narrative cinema producing enigmatic and intricate mood pieces favouring contemplation and focusing on image over story, as in Red Desert (1964). Antonioni’s first film in colour is a film about a woman trying to survive in the modern world of cultural neurosis and existential doubt. Renowned for its scenic design, the work largely takes place in industrial landscapes that have been interpreted as a correlative of the unease, alienation, and vivid perceptions of the main character, Giuliana (Monica Vitti).






Portrait #4
(Antonioni & Vitti)


Installation view Galerie Crone
Berlin 2015
Photo: Marcus Schneider










Portrait #5
(Antonioni & Vitti)


Installation view Galerie Crone
Berlin 2015
Photo: Marcus Schneider











© Peter Welz 2018