All the King´s Horses
All the King´s Horses/Jacqueline de Jong/A paradise of Letters
Welcome to an evening of exhibitions, readings, film screenings and performances at Moderna Museet, Saturday, February 25!
Jacqueline de Jong
17–19: Exhibition and book release in the Pontus Hultén Study Gallery (level 2).
17.00: Opening of Jacqueline de Jong’s A Small Modification and Dérive of the Pontus Hultén Collection in the Renzo Piano Grotto by Jacqueline de Jong.
Jacqueline de Jong has made a personal selection from the Pontus Hultén donation, adding some of her own paintings and sculptures.
18.00: Presentation of the exhibition and release for the Swedish translation of Michèle Bernstein’s novel All the King’s Horses (OEI Editör, 2012), in the presence of the author.
Michèle Bernstein wrote All the King’s Horses in 1960, as an attempt to compose a best-seller in order to finance the revolutionary struggle of the Situationist movement.
19–23: A Paradise of Letters, in the Studio (level 1).
An evening of readings, film screenings and performances that relate freely to the works and concepts of the Letterist movement. (Organized in collaboration with the Romanian Culture Institute, where the exhibition Isidore Isou: The Hypergraphical Novels, 1950–1984, curated by Frédéric Acquaviva, opens February 23.)
19.00: Performance by Tris Vonna-Michell (in the cinema, level 2).
19.15: Reading by Karl Larsson.
20.00: Frédéric Acquaviva performs three sound and image works.
During the evening, Beata Berggren’s film Kati Sepsei will be screened continuously.
Do not miss this unprecedented evening in the sign of the Situationists and the Letterists.
Admission free. Bar with beer, wine and refreshments!
Surprises, lottery, socializing and dance!
Supported by Allianz Kulturstiftung
Curators: Camilla Carlberg
, Ylva Hillström
All the King´s Horses: Letterism Today?, 24-25 May 2011
All the King´s Horses: Legacies of the Situationist International, 1-2 December 2010