Screenings

Underground monument. Rudy Burckhardt’s New York

The CCCB's cinema

Apart from being one of the most famous modern photographers in New York, Rudy Burckhardt created an extraordinary underground legacy of work as a filmmaker. Through the undetected eye of a camera, he filmed urban space as an entity that was political, vibrant, sexual and hectic, subject to the sign of the times and its relevant changes.

Rudy Burckhardt:

Eastside Summer, 1959, 11 min; What Mozart Saw on Mulberry Street, with Joseph Cornell, 1956, 9 min; Square Times, 1967, 6 min; Sodom and Gomorrah, New York 10036, 1976, 6 min; Doldrums, 1972, 18 min; Cerveza Bud, 1981, 21 min

Screening in 16 mm.

Date
13 January 2019
Times

18:30

Space
The Auditorium
Admission fee

4 € / 3 € Concessions

5-session pass: 15 € / 12 € Concessions

Friends of the CCCB: free of charge

Ticket sales

CCCB ticket offices / taquilles@cccb.org/ 933 064 100 / ticketea.com

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