LATE ESSAYS: J.M. COETZEE as literary critic
South African novelist J.M. Coetzee, recipient of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature and a guest of the LEFFEST in three editions, assembles in Late Essays: 2006 – 2017 his work on the field of literary criticism of the last eleven years.
THE BEAUTIFUL SMILE: Pivotal book by NAN GOLDIN reissued
The Beautiful Smile, originally published in 2007 on the occasion of Nan Goldin’s Hasselblad Award and since out of print, has been reissued by Steidl.
INSTANT STORIES: WIM WENDERS’ Polaroids in an exhibition and a book
Instant Stories, an exhibition held at the Photographers’ Gallery in London until February 11th, and a book to be launched on the 19th of the same month by Schirmer Mosel, tell the story of Wim Wenders' fascination with Polaroid photography.
LAURIE ANDERSON: new record and book out in February 2018
Laurie Anderson, a guest of the LEFFEST at several of its editions, has two new works scheduled for the next month of February: a record, Landfall, in collaboration with the Kronos Quartet, and a book, All the Things I Lost in the Flood: Essays on Pictures, Language and Code.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME: the agony and ecstasy of a first love
Luca Guadagnino’s Call me By Your Name was the film that won the Audience Award NOS.
COCOTE: an original visual cocktail
Cocote, directed by Dominican filmmaker Nelson Carlo De Los Santos Arias received the Special Jury Prize João Bénard da Costa, for its vision and innovation.