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Wes Anderson to curate an exhibition in Vienna

Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf in the Picture Gallery, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Courtesy: © KHM-Museumsverband

From 11 September 2018 to 20 January 2019, a brand new exhibition will run at Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum and will be curated by film director Wes Anderson and his partner, designer, illustrator and author Juman Malouf. The museum has officially invited the couple to think about a selection of pieces from the Kunsthistorisches Museum’s extensive collection of musical instruments, antiquities from the roman and greek era, as well as imperial carriages and sleighs, and also the Kunstkammer / Cabinet of Curiosities collection; and of course the Picture Gallery.

It seems the first museum exhibition curated by the duo will then travel to Venice at Fondazione Prada, so you’ll have another shot to experience the unexpected.

And don’t forget Wes Anderson’s new movie Isle of Dogs will be presented at Berlin Film festival the upcoming February 15th.

// Dall’11 Settembre 2018 al 20 Gennaio 2019 una nuova mostra verrà inaugurata al Kunsthistorisches Museum di Vienna e sarà curata dal regista Wes Anderson in coppia con la sua partner, designer, illustratrice e autrice Juman Malouf. Il museo ha infatti invitato il duo a selezione pezzi della collezione storica del museo, dagli strumenti musicali alle antichità greco/romane, fino ad arrivare alle carrozze e slitte imperial; passando poi per le Cabinet of Curiosities ed ovviamente la Galleria dei Dipinti.

Sembra poi che la mostra ideata dai due si sposterà a Venezia presso la Fondazione Prada per la Biennale 2019. Un’altra occasione per vivere l’inaspettata mostra.

E non dimenticate che l’ultimo film di Wes Anderson “The Isle of dogs” verrà presentato al Festival di Berlino il prossimo 15 Febbraio. Stay tuned!

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