Peau Noire, Masque Blanc


NOVEMBER 3, 2012

FRANTZ FANON                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Isaac Julien<br />
<i>FRANTZ FANON: Peau Noire, Masque Blanc</i>’dan (1996) görüntü<br />
Sanatçinin ve Victoria Miro Gallery’nin (Londra) izniyle
Isaac Julien

Film still from FRANTZ FANON: Peau Noire, Masque Blanc, 1996

Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery, London

SALT Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema

Isaac Julien, 1996
French-English, 73’
November 3 (all day, every 2 hours)

Interviews, reconstructions and archive footage tell the story of the life and work of the highly influential anti-colonialist writer Frantz Fanon, author of Black Skin, White Mask and The Wretched of the Earth and his professional life as a psychiatric doctor in Algeria during its war of independence with France.

Europe (to the power of) n is a transnational project of the Excellence Initiative of the Goethe-Institut. It is a collaboration of the Goethe-Institut in Munich and the Regional Goethe-Institutes in Central and East Europe, South-East Europe, North-West and South-West Europe and East Europe/Central Asia, in Belgrade, Brussels, İstanbul, Warsaw, London, Minsk, Vilnius, Oslo, Beijing and Madrid with institutions in and outside the European Union. Europe (to the power of) n is coordinated by Sabine Hentzsch, Goethe-Institut in London. Artistic Director is Barbara Steiner.

The external partners are: Co-Organisers: Curating Contemporary Art Programme / Royal College of Art, London; Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź; Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden / Oslo; Associated Partners: Contemporary Art Study Centre / European Humanities University, Vilnius; Novaja Europa Magazine, Minsk; Galerie Y, Minsk; SALT, Istanbul; Muzej savremene umetnosti Vojvodine, Novi Sad; Sint-Lukasgalerie, Brussels; Taipei Contemporary Art Centre, Taipei; Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing / Guangzhou; San Telmo Museoa, Office for European Capital of Culture 2016, both Donostia-San Sebastián

Curated by Esra Sarigedik Öktem
Coordinated by Lara Fresko

In collaboration with SALT

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union