Braco Dimitrijevic: Louvre is my Studio, Street is my Museum, 2008


(English, 80 min)
June 18 (Tuesday), 18:00
NAA Studio 7 "Shipka" 1
Narrated by: Philip Talbot
Directed by: Gordana Brzovic
Screenplay: Alexandra Beaton, Nena Dimitrijevic
Music by: Malcolm McLaren
Produced by: Motion R. Pictures
A feature-length documentary about the life and work of Braco Dimitrijevic, one of the seminal artists of the conceptual art movement.
Starting with his first solo show at the age of 10, the movie portrays different phases of the artist’s work, including the street works in the 60s and the Casual Passer-by series, gigantic photo-portraits of unknown persons. That cycle is followed by his pioneering installations with original master paintings in museum collections including the Tate Gallery, Musee National d’Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou, Guggenheim Museum New York, and the Russian State Museum in
St Petersburg, as well as more recent exhibitions in Philadelphia and Beijing.
The movie features extensive archival material spanning four decades, many not seen before by the general public, as well as important contributions by the artist’s colleagues and contemporaries.  This film about Braco Dimitrijevic will also serve as a vivid document of the revolutionary period of art after 1968.
FEATURING: Christian Boltanski, Matt Dillon, Frank O.Gehry, Jannis Kounellis, Aaron Levy, Jean-Hubert Martin, Malcolm McLaren, Achille Bonito Oliva, Alfred Pacquement, Nicholas Serota,  Richard Serra.