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tv   Arts and Culture  Deutsche Welle  July 26, 2019 11:45pm-12:01am CEST

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and in our series underground europe we're off to denmark to see a world war 2 bunker that's been brilliantly converted into a museum. quentin tarantino is back with once upon a time in hollywood which opens in u.s. cinemas this weekend and once again the maverick filmmaker who's best known for his penchant for over the top violence has teamed up with 2 of he industry's biggest stars layer nodded to caprio and brad pitt who are clearly having the time of their lives. their 9 film from quentin tarantino. caprio as a faded t.v. cowboy bright future his stunt man the fish will. who has been our characters are kind of 2 sides of the same coin he's my he's my stunt double yet we develop this very unique relationship that helps us navigate our own
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survival and. the brilliant mind of quick turn to you know to put these all these different pieces together well it's very exciting and it's like one that i've been waiting a long time to make and i could've made it along the way and i'm making it now and it seems kind of perfect for like. you know wrapping up a career in hollywood to make a movie about hollywood of these kind of lovely to my right is the last series lead and jake cahill himself rick dalton and to my left is rick start double cliff booth once upon a time in hollywood is also a movie making movie. required to do a lot of dangerous. cliff years meant to help. is that how you describe your job to carry his load. these $969.00 everything is changing and the longtime partners are struggling to find their place. we get into
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a fight. i go to. anybody who accidentally kills anybody in a fight to go to jail it's called manslaughter the movie already won the claiming can. and did beautiful thing about this one it seems to be a confluence of all these films there's a little bit of an arc you are from jackie brown to. jane doe it's all it seems like accumulation of everything it's pretty wonderful. and as you know there's also a dome and undercurrent of. every scene in my own life. the movie about the sun sets of hollywood's golden dome and in an encounter with a murderous family. well it's not
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everyone who can look back on a 40 year career and a body of work that defies categorize ation japanese swiss artist lake or you can move to has had not one but 2 retrospectives devoted to her this year one in tokyo and one currently on in basel and before we talk to her right here in the studio let's have a quick look at her work. drawings paintings and sculptures show. floating in the. thing. signing female. war seeing. fertility. works express a deep sadness. the japanese sweets artist says she's interested in. exploring vulnerability and weakness characteristics but she rejects categories or pigeon holes especially those that are in as an artist and as a human being. 2019 is an especially successful year for the painter
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graphic artist and song. at the beginning of the year a retrospective exhibition at the renowned national art center of tokyo provided a comprehensive overview of her 4 decade career current show at the equally groundbreaking current. toward new season shows a considerable selection of. career got off to a different stone back home in japan they were initially studied spanish and emigrated to spain in the early seventy's at the age of 21 she then started painting in seville a few years later a summer job took her to switzerland where she appreciated the greater freedom women enjoyed in comparison to japan spain through marriage she obtained a swiss passport which she continues to hold to this day although she's lived in
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germany for many years now 67. has her studio. and it's a great pleasure to welcome to our studio here this evening in the flesh thank you so much for coming in like a 2 big solo exhibition thess year one in tokyo one in basel as we just saw there what's it like to see 40 years of your life's work gathered and juxtaposed together like this. it was amazing for me to see them once again because usually i don't see is a you know i walked away yeah but you know so you know collectors if it's a purchase i don't see them if so museum on i don't see them so it was a like i was new thing. their children over to their income level to be and also as a same time going back to tokyo you know this is very emotional for me because
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i left the 40 years ago my country and its means a lot. that's an interesting point they 1st came to europe via spain many went to switzerland and of course finally settled in germany and you live here in berlin now what was it about this german speaking realm that made you decide this was a place where you could thrive and never planned it and never thought as i could live in the country like so code but. right now it's so hard as an exception so yes i can work we can work and maybe enjoy the life somewhere is you know i appreciate the a lot being here and having friends of course i don't think there were cultural parallels i think between germany and japan that search that inspired you in the piece in a deeper sense that and i didn't say that before and i was in spain i saw it too you know i'm a more connected than the more close to spain and italy and to france former
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culture here is exactly to the male culture image mediterranean mediterranean culture but at the same time as you're right we have similar history the 2nd world war and so story in the country and there khana me so we have a kind of a parent situation where all of their health quickly something about your creative process how do you decide. add which medium it is that you want to use you you do so much whether you want to approach your tea for instance in 2 dimensions or 3 dimensions why i've started to eat is the menu with the drawings it was kind of a base and since slowly slowly i started to be a painter and being a painter it's a long way as i think and i says that to me because i'm never be happy but i'm doing as i'm singing always one day i would be the best painter. one
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obviously one always strives for perfection not women and children interesting we also memories and dreams those are big things for you and you said that art is less of an intellectual pursuit and something that you or something that you just like to let it happen. are you often surprised at what comes out yes this is the most beautiful thing because if you do a test but you plan to have an idea i think idea is just. one possibility but we have encountered encounters of more important to not only with somebody else but also atmosphere the nature of color terms things and also you know reading a book or many things and so the sinks is that when i'm a working at a studio. and count always made a year and something happens it's. i'm the most happy
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person in this moment yeah. something literally rising out of you but they think it's something unknown exactly yes the thrill of the unknown wolf thank you very much for coming in to see a. retrospective toward lucy's on until september for thanks so much for joining. us on next stop we are on the west coast of denmark near they where near the end of 1944 german forces started to build their largest bunker complex yet near the town of blue avant and the project was never completed and because it was so difficult to destroy it's the danes converted it into a museum most of which is underneath the existing topography. it's only when you get up close that you get a glimpse of the interior of the grove and on. the structure which is made
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glass concrete and steel is mostly underground. it's part of the chip it's museum and was designed by the renowned danish architects office eagles group. to actually go on the western city of the marks of the wind is always blowing very strong to be a tucked into the dunes. in the middle of the sometimes violent nature of where them are. you a building is connected to the original museum which is located in a world war 2. huge facility was built by the germans in 1944 but was never completed exhibition inside the bunker explained small. museum has been conceived as the antithesis of the bunker so the bunker. is the
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sort of concrete hermetic object rejecting the surroundings whereas the museum is an open area and welcoming meeting place in the heart of the dunes. the new a part of the museum opened in 2017 visitors can choose among 3 interactive exhibitions one of them is dedicated to and. this one takes us back in time during the last ice age the tsunami flooded the north sea coast submerging large parts of vietnam. but the museum to pick some more recent history to. exhibitions on the on usual location have made chipsets but huge hit with this is fierce. oh before we go just a heads up for art's 21 i meet the artist special featuring vietnamese canadian
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author came to a who was only 10 when she left vietnam her family managed to settle in canada and she is now the author of 3 highly successful novels and sabina kids about who will be meeting had met with her in montreal well that's coming up this weekend hope you can catch it that's all for today until next time all the best and.
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