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Kutlug Ataman (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 1 September 2011 (Turkey)
This film documents Kutlug Ataman's artistic production in a retrospective approach and elucidates his works with his own words and with commentaries by curators, art institution directors,... See full summary »

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Metin Cavus
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Credited cast:
Emre Baykal Emre Baykal
Levent Calikoglu Levent Calikoglu
Stuart Comer Stuart Comer
T.J. Demos T.J. Demos
Fulya Erdemci Fulya Erdemci
Vasif Kortun Vasif Kortun
Glenn Lowry Glenn Lowry
Jessica Morgan Jessica Morgan
Cristiana Perrella Cristiana Perrella
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This film documents Kutlug Ataman's artistic production in a retrospective approach and elucidates his works with his own words and with commentaries by curators, art institution directors, art historians and critics who are familiar with his production through close collaboration, to witness the construction of an impressive artistic production spanning 15 years. The film also includes the excerpts from the artworks and the installation footages of their realization. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary

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Not Rated
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Turkey

Language:

Turkish

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1 September 2011 (Turkey) See more »

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Turkey See more »

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€200,000 (estimated)
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Color (HD)

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16:9 HD
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An Intriguing Documentary
26 January 2013 | by esaracSee all my reviews

This very first insight into the works of Kutlug Ataman, a Turkish filmmaker and contemporary artist, provides the unique perspectives of quite a number of world-renowned curators on his extraordinary works. Throughout the documentary, we embark on a river-boat journey into the larger than life works of Kutlug Ataman, discovering the unknown of his style while appreciating his critical, out-of-the-box approach to social norms.

In the overall the film is quite fluent as something 'new' and 'exciting' awaits every passing minute. Since the guests are some of the most distinguished curators from all around the world, their keen, experienced mind points out things that could be seen at the corner of a passing eye, turning the whole documentary into a thrilling discovery.

A fascinating documentary and a must watch for the enthusiasts of modern art.


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