Stanley Kubrick had directed films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Dr. Strangelove and Barry Lyndon , he is one of the most important filmmakers which North Americans have heard about. His remarkable career is reflected, above all, for your love and extreme care in making movies. In opposition to the avant-garde European cinema, which often sought to anarchy in time to make their films, Kubrick was always a perfectionist on his creations – as an example, we have the epic scene of the wave of blood The Shining
, which they say has been written countless times for almost a year to get the taste of the filmmaker.
But, what only a few people know is the photographer side of Stanley Kubrick, which there is a show in Italy. Reportedly exposed in the event, all this caution was born of a filmmaker’s primary desire to photograph, what drove him to spend hours choosing the best plan to a scene that occurred. They are also on display, titled Stanley Kubrick Photographer 1945-1950
, about 20,000 negatives taken by the filmmaker. The event was produced in collaboration with the Museum of New York City and the Library of Congress in Washington.
Stanley Kubrick, still young, only 17 years, it was a great photographer. The exhibit has documented the everyday life of the United States after the war, through the stories of famous characters like Rocky Graziano or Montgomery Clift, among other real social actors. Nothing much different from its thematic narrative printed in beautiful movies.
Exhibition: Stanley Kubrick Fotografo
Date: 16 April – 04 july of 2010
Address: Palazzo della Ragione – Piazza Mercanti, 1 – Milan, Italy
Contact: 02 43353522
Site:Stanley Kubrick Fotografo