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Allain, Paul; Campo, Giuliano
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: PN2000
This exhibition aims to recall the spirit which animated the performances of Jerzy Grotowski’s company from its beginning in the 1950s until the 1980s, covering the period of its productions and its subsequent development during the ‘Paratheatre’ phase (in the 1970s) and beyond, including a focus on the ‘Theatre of Sources’ and connections with Indian culture. \ud \ud This will be the largest most comprehensive collection of material ever shown in public. It builds on an exhibition organized by Wroclaw’s Grotowski Institute and presented at the Polish Cultural Institute in Rome in 2006, by also including a reconstruction of the set of The Constant Prince, costumes and props from different productions, with a special emphasis on The Constant Prince, including further rare pieces such as colour pictures of that performance and photos from the last performance Apocalypsis cum figuris, as well as scenes from the lives of the laboratory members. It will also include a complete collection of original posters and leaflets from the post-theatrical phase. A special section, commissioned for this exhibition, will present new pictures by photographer Francesco Galli of the places and the protagonists of the Theatre of Sources. Screenings will show films, video and documentaries on or connected to Grotowski’s work. \ud
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    • 7. 4 photographs of Mystery Bouffe
    • 8. 11 photos and designs for performances: Dr. Faust, The Constant Prince 70x50 cm; 5 photocopies of for and Dr. Faustus for Dr. Faustus Dr. Faustus and Shakuntala 50x40 cm; 13 original drawings by Gurawski (already framed) of which three are big (for and Shakuntala); 12 The Constant Prince 40x30 cm; 1 photo from Akropolis 100x70 cm + 4 more smaller photos; 4 photos of Study on Hamlet
    • 9. 20 photos of The Constant Prince (of which 11 are coloured)
    • 10. 10 photos of Apocalypsis cum figuris by Buscarino
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