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The collection that didn't exist (2 DVD)

The collection that didn\'t exist (2 DVD) Joachim Olender - The collection that didn\'t exist (2 DVD)
Documentary dedicated to Herman Daled, one of the major collectors of Conceptual art: on a journey from Brussels to New York, the Belgian collector looks back on his past and that of an aesthetic movement that marked the second half of the twentieth century. Grand Prize at the International Festival of Films on Art in Montreal in 2016.
Herman Daled is an exceptional collector. His collection, acquired in 2011 by the MoMA in New York, includes principal works of the conceptual movement that emerged in the 60s. It features the most important collection of pieces by Marcel Broodthaers as well as historically important pieces by Daniel Buren, Niele Toroni, On Kawara, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt and others. On a journey from Brussels to New York, the Belgian collector looks back on his past and that of an aesthetic movement that marked the second half of the twentieth century. The collection that didn't exist won the Grand Prize at the International Festival of Films on Art in Montreal in 2016.
The second DVD gathers a series of short interviews with Daniel Buren, Herman Daled, and Chris Dercon.
With Herman Daled, Daniel Buren, Jacques Charlier, Christophe Cherix (MOMA, NY), Nicole Daled-Verstraeten, Chris Dercon (Tate Modern, London), and Dirk Snauwaert (Wiels, Brussels).
Edited by Gilles Coudert.
Films by Joachim Olender.
 
published in September 2017
film in French version with English subtitles
DVD Digipack (DVD5 – PAL – MULTIZONE – AC3 Stereo – 16/9)
129' (6 films)
 
20.00
 
ISBN : 979-10-91490-38-2
EAN : 9791091490382
 
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