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Pupa Neumann

22 de February de 2024 - 27 de March de 2024
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Pupa Neumann is a photographer, videographer and designer. She began as an assistant to Martine BARRAT in New York and, upon returning to Paris, she became a press photographer. In 1998 she won the SACD award at the Cannes Film Festival as co-writer of the film À Table by Idit CEBULA within the Directors’ Fortnight. She then directed five short films, including Heureuse, produced by Canal+, before launching into experimental video. She also directed a documentary about the painter ERRO and then the making of the film The Missing Woman from Deauville by Sophie MARCEAU. She co-directed Promised Land with Anatole Sternber, a medium-length film set in the United States.

Her photographs and drawings have been exhibited at the Bureau d’art and the Parking Galerie in Paris, on the occasion of Goethe’s centenary in Frankfurt, at the Kirsten Roschlaub Gallery in Hamburg, at the Lifebomb Gallery in Berlin and in Lodi in Italy

  • Date: 22 de February de 2024 - 27 de March de 2024
  • Location:Trafalgar 70
  • Curators:Pupa Neumann

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