Amos Gitaï

    June 17, 2016 - September 4, 2016
    BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts
    Rue Ravensteinstraat 23
    1000 Brussels BELGIUM

    In the context of the Summer of Photography 2016, Bozar invites Amos Gitai. His latest film “Rabin, The Last Day” deals with the assassination in Tel-Aviv, on 4 November 1995, of the Israeli Prime Minister, the man behind the Oslo Accords and Nobel Peace Prize, following a major demonstration. The murderer is an extreme right religious Jewish student.Twenty years on, the filmmaker looks back on this traumatic event, putting the assassination back in its political and social context. His years of research stand him in good stead to present an exhibition, Chronicle of an Assassination Foretold, which questions the concepts of democracy and political violence through video installations, archives and photos.

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    March 20, 2015 - June 7, 2015
    Cinema Galeries, Brussels, Belgium

    From 20 March until 7 June Cinema Galeries, Brussels, presents with "architect of the memory" a retrospective and exposition of the works of Amos Gitai in coproduction with Cinémathèque française and the Elysee Museum of Lausanne. 


    The exposition is organized in cooperation with the Millenium Festival which will present a selection of documentaries in light of its festival. Since its creation in 2009, the Millenium Festival has pursued its calling to immerse the spectator in the fascinating and challenging universe of documentaries. The festival, initiated to honor films themed around the great troubles of our society, has become a must thanks to its original program. 

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  • Architecte de la mémoire
    September 17, 2014 - January 4, 2015
    Musée de l'Élysée Lausanne

    In coproduction with the Swiss Film Archive, the Cinemathèque française and Galeries, Brussels the Musée de l'Élysée Lausanne dedicates an exhibition to the work of Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai.

    Created from his archives, "Architecte de la mémoire" explores forty years of work, combining rare documents, film extracts and photographs. The exhibition, curated by Matthieu Orléan from La Cinémathèque française, reveals themes that are important to him: boundaries, architecture, wastelands, language and history, organized as follows: “Kippur, Birth of a Filmmaker”, “Realities and Boundaries”, “Mythologies” and “Exile and the World”.

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  • The Disasters of war 1800-2014
    May 28, 2014 - October 6, 2014
    Louvre Lens
    Lens, France

    The exhibition presents a rich set of representations arising from disenchantment with war, considered above all as a dealer in misfortunes from the beginning of the 19th century to our own time. Placed until then at the centre of society's values, it increasingly came to be considered by artists in all its facets, including its most dreadful consequences on human beings, on animals, on the countryside, and on cities and things.
    This multidisciplinary exhibition shows the major milestones of this little known history, through all kinds of media: painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, film, video, installations, comic strips, popular prints, newspaper cartoons, and more.

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  • Amos Gitai, architecte de la mémoire
    February 26, 2014 - July 6, 2014
    La Cinémathèque française
    Paris, France

    Cette exposition est imaginée comme un voyage poétique dans les archives d'Amos Gitai, récemment données à La Cinémathèque française. Documents papier, photographies, documents audiovisuels et sonores, documents artistiques rares feront écho aux films diffusés dans la galerie d'exposition. Ces archives dévoileront de nombreux thèmes chers à l'artiste : les frontières, les friches, l'architecture, la langue et l'écriture, l'Histoire et la mythologie, la sensualité...

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  • Amos Gitai
    February 5, 2014 - May 19, 2014
    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia
    Madrid, Spain

    The exhibition proposes a journey through the places and characters that have shaped the films and the biography of Amos Gitai. The exhibition traces Gitai intellectual biography from fragments of his films and documents drawn from his personal archive, examining the way in which the filmmaker has interpreted his own genealogy: the architecture of his father, Munio Weinraub, and the experiences recounted by his mother, Efratia Margalit.

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