(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Solo exhibition by Ron Mueck
20th March – 1st June 2014 | curated by Hervé Chandès and Grazia Quaroni
Ron Mueck inscribes himself in the sculpture tradition of representing the human figure, although his themes, materials and techniques make them an original author, innovative and contemporary. His sculptures stand out for the changes in scale and character realism, whose subtle gestures express situations filled with mystery and life.
“Sylvio: The Clash of ‘Worlds'”
25th March – 25th May 2014 | curated by Luiz Camillo Osorio and José Teixeira Coelho Neto
New exhibition of Sylvio Perlstein’s collection that gathers 150 pieces of reputed artists like Dali, Duchamp, Miró, Magritte, Lichtenstein, Man Ray, Kandinsky, Cartier-Bresson, Christo, Basquiat, Keith Haring, Tunga, Vik Muniz, Mapplethorpe, Warhol, among others.
“MAM Collection – Restored Works”
8th February – 29th June 2014
The exhibition gathers 13 pieces of the Museum’s collection prior to 1978, with national and international artists, recently restored with support by the Pró-Visual Arts 2012 competition.
“4×3 The Art of Movie Posters”
8th February – 29th June 2014 | curated by Hernani Heffner
Selection of Brazilian cinematographic posters made between the 1950s and 1980s, signed by graphic artists Jayme Cortez, Ziraldo and Benício. Gathered according to the depicted social type – the worker, the bohemian, the “hot one” and the icon -, the exhibition investigates a moment of transition and the country’s specific settling and of this art among us, highlighting the passage/coexistence from a urban-industrial society to a consumer society.
“Genealogias do Contemporâneo”
Collection Gilberto Chateaubriand
Permanent exhibition | curated by Luiz Camillo Osorio
Completely refurbished in April 2013, the exhibition is divided into:
Brazil sights and vertigos, Broken city, Hybrid bodies, Geometrical breathings and Diving into the collection: this edition presents a set of works by Arlindo Daibert.
“MAM: Sua história, seu patrimônio”
Permanent exhibition | curated by Elizabeth Catoia Varela
Show on our history and architecture, so the visitor understands what the Museum represents and holds.
EDUCATION AND ART
-Tuesdays to Fridays from 1 to 3pm, groups up to 40 people
booking through firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme elaborated for receiving schools, consisting of guided tours to the exhibitions, practical activities of artistic awareness and creation. Focused for student groups, non-government organisations, special education groups and social inclusion groups.
Open to the public.
– Wednesdays and weekends 4pm, groups up to 20 people
Programme elaborated for spontaneous visiting groups, interested in guided tours through the Museum’s shows.
Open to the public.
– Arts activities for families on weekends and holidays, 1pm, 3pm and 7pm
Through the Ron Mueck exhibition, the education sector prepared special activities for visitors. Join and share your picture: @EuVoceEoMAM.
10th May 2014 – R$ 20
The most regular experimental music event in Rio nowadays, now at the Cinematheque. Experimental groups will do live recreations of film soundtracks (Conexões MAM-Rio)
INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL RIO DE JANEIRO 2014
14 – 25 May 2014 | curated by Gilberto Santeiro
The fourth edition of the international nuclear energy film festival.
02 – 11 May 2014 | curated by Gilberto Santeiro
Tribute to Alain Resnais, one of the most important filmmakers in history, recently deceased. Six films and a short-film programme by this Nouvelle Vague director will be screened.
100 YEARS SINCE WORLD WAR I
11 May 2014 | curated by Gilberto Santeiro
Show with American, French, Italian Swiss, German, Austrian and Ivory Coast productions on WWI.
31 May 2014 | curated by Gilberto Santeiro
Tribue to Ricardo Miranda, filmmaker and editor in “A Idade da Terra” by Glauber Rocha, “Anchieta José do Brasil” by Paulo Cesar Saraceni and “Triste trópico” by Arthur Omar. Two films, including his last work “Paixão e virtude”, never before seen in the commercial circuit, will be screened, and other two which were edited by Miranda.
18h30 L’Anné dernière a Marienbad by Alain Resnais. France/Austria/Germany/Italy, 1961. With Delphine Seyrig. Portuguese subtitles. 93’. In a huge, luxurious baroque palace made into a hotel, a stranger tries to convince a married wife to run away with him.
16h Alan Resnais short-film program:
Van Gogh, France, 1948. 18’.
Guernica, France, 1950. 13’.
Paul Gauguin, France, 1950. 12’.
Tout la memóire du monde, France, 1956. 22’. Portuguese subtitles.
18h Smoke by Alain Resnais. France/Italy/Switzerland, 1993. With Sabine Azéma, Pierre Arditi, Peter Hudson. Portuguese subtitles. Smoke and No Smoke are two parts of the same film, connected through eight separate stories.
16h I Want to Go Home by Alain Resnais. France, 1989. With Gérard Depardieu, Adolph Green, Laura Benson. 100’. Portuguese subtitles. An American cartoonist agrees to hold an exhibition in Paris, where his daughter lives.
18h No Smoke by Alain Resnais. France/Italy/Switzerland, 1993. With Sabine Azéma, Pierre Arditi, Peter Hudson. Portuguese subtitles. Smoke and No Smoke are two parts of the same film, connected through eight separate stories.
18h30 Latin session: Bolívia by Adrián Caetano. Argentina/Holland, 2011. With Freddy Flores, Rosa Sánchez, Oscar Bertea. 75’. Bolivian immigrant working illegally in Buenos Aires restaurant is discriminated by costumers.
18h30 Hiroshima, mon amour by Alain Resnais. France/Japan, 1959. With Emmanuelle Riva, Eiji Okada, Stella Dallas. Portuguese subtitles. 90’. French actress who is making an antimilitarist film in Hiroshima has a love affair with a married Japanese architect.
18h Quintavant: J-P Caron and Alê Fenerich perform Mulher gostosa macaco e utensílios domésticos. Horror film collage, particularly Dario Argento’s.
16h Le diable au corps by Claude Autant-Lara. France, 1947. With Micheline Presle, Gérard Philipe. Portuguese subtitles. 110’. During the war, soldier bride has an affair with a student.
18h La guerre est finie by Alain Resnais. France/Sweden, 1966. With Yves Montand, Ingrid Thulin, Geneviève Bujold. Portuguese subtitles. 121’. Spanish communist party chief returns to Paris after a mission in Madrid.
15h 08:15 de 1945 by Roberto Fernández. Brazil/Argentina, 2012, 77’. Debate with the director to be held after the session.
Explosions Bring Us Closer Together by Jonathan Johnson. USA, 2010, 2’. 10 anos
Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1 by Adam Jonas Horowitz. USA, 2012, 87’, Spanish subtitles. Yellow Oscar 2013
19h After All by Bogna Kowalczyk. Poland, 2013, 5’.
The Cloud Has Passed over Us by Yasar Arif Karagulle. Turkey, 2012, 15’, English subtitles
A Woman from Fukushima de Yumiko Hayakawa. Japão, 2014, 56’, English subtitles
15h Herr Hoppe and the Nuclear Waste by Jan Lachauer and Thorsten Löffler. Germany, 2011, 4’.
Nuclear Winter by Megan Taite, Jefferson Tolentino, Erwin Bonifacio, Robert Mullally, Shane Donohue, Jack Travers and Eimhin McNamara. Ireland, 2012, 5’.
Remote Viewin by Cris Uberman. France, 2012, 5′.
Curiosity Kills by Sander Maran. Estonia, 2012, 14’. Yellow Oscar 2013
The Nuclear Boy Scout by Bindu Mathur. UK, 2003, 24’, Portuguese subtitles.
17h Beyond the Cloud by Keiko Courdy. France/Japan, 2013, 94’, English subtitles
19h Radioactive Wolves by Klaus Feichtenberger. Austria, 2011, 52’, English subtitles
The Horses of Fukushima by Yojyu Matsubayashi. Japan, 2013, 64’, English subtitles
– Debate with the directors after The Nuclear Boy Scout and The Horses of Fukushima sessions
15h Núcleo Kern by Szu Ni Wen and Yichen Huang. Germany, 2013, 9’, English subtitles
Evolution of Beastliness by Collective Work Chidren’s “Detective”. Russia, 2014, 4’, English subtitles
Eternal Tears by Kseniva Simonova. Ukraine, 2011, 11’.
To Whom It May Concern by Galina Laskova Sanderson. Belarus, 1990, 15’, Portuguese subtitles
25 Jahre Tschernobyl: Leben Mit Einer Tragödie by Rüdiger Lubricht and Rainer Ludwigs. Germany/Urkaine, 2010, 27’, Portuguese subtitles. Awarded in Cannes, Corporate Media & TV Awards 2011
17h SONG N°14 by Céline Troillet. France, 2011, 5’.
After All by Bogna Kowalczyk. Poland, 2013, 5’.
Go South for Animal Index: A Fable of Los Alamos by Chris King. USA, 2013, 90’, English subtitles
19h Journey to the Safest Place on Earth by Edgar Hagen. Switzerland, 2013, 100’, English subtitles
15h Uranium: The Navajo Nuclear Legacy by Doug Brugge. USA, 1997, 12’, documentary, English subtitles
Four Stories about Water by Deborah Begel and David Lindblom. USA, 2012, 37’, English subtitles
Yellow Fever: The Uranium Legacy by Sophie Rousmaniere. USA, 56’.
17h To Dig Or Not to Dig: the Battle for Greenland by Espen Rasmussen. Norway, 2013, 8’, English subtitles
The Race for Uranium by Patrick Forestier. France, 2009, 52’.
Atomic Africa: Clean Energy’s Dirty Secrets by Marcel Kolvenbach. Germany, 52’, English subtitles
19h Zeitbombe by Edward Saint Pe’. USA, 2010, 27’.
Fallout by Lawrence Johnston. Australia, 2013, 86’.
15hWarm – Glow by Marina Belobrovaja. Switzerland, 2013, 50’, English subtitles
Another Chernobyl by Andrii Mykhailyk. Ukraine, 2011, 56’, English subtitles
17h Mining on the Swell by Michael T. Searcy. USA, 2012, 18’.
U: A Story about Uranium and Us by Shawn Arscott and Darlene Buckingham. Canada, 2008, 39’.
Rare Earth by Elizabeth Knafo. USA, 2014, 54’.
19h To Dig Or Not to Dig: the Battle for Greenland by Espen Rasmussen. Norway, 2013, 8’, English subtitles
A2-B-C by Ian Thomas Ash. Japan, 2013, 71’, English subtitles. Debate with the director to be held after the session.
15h Evolution of Beastliness by Collective Work Children’s “Detective”. Russia, 2014, 4’, English subtitles
Friedlich in die Katastrophe by Marcin El. 116’.
17h Atomic Australia by Riccardo Russo. Italy, 2006, 6’, Italian subtitles
Inheritance by Margaret Cox. UK, 2013, 10’.
Beyond the Wave BY Kyoko Miyake. Germany/Japan, 2013, 83’, English subtitles
19h The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence by Erik Choquette. USA, 2010, 6’.
In My Lifetime: the Nuclear World Project by Robert E. Frye. USA, 2011, 109’, Spanish subtitles
15h Hogar, Hogar by Carlos Alonso Ojea. Espanha, 2013, 17’, English subtitles
Final Picture by Michael von Hohenberg. Germany, 2013, 92’. Debate with the director to be held after the session.
17h Hibakusha at the End of the World by Hitomi Kamanaka. Japan, 2003, 116’, English subtitles
19h When the Dust Settles by ICBUW and IKV Pax Christi. England, 2011, 7’.
Poison Dust by Sue Harris. USA, 2005, 58’, Spanish subtitles
Sardinia’s Deadly Secret by Birgit Hermes. Italy/Germany, 2012, 30’, English subtitles
15h Abita: Children from Fukushima by Shoko Hara and Paul Brenner. Germany, 2012, 4’. Yellow Oscar 2013
B. by Adrian Regnier Chavez. Mexico, 2’.
H. by Adrian Regnier Chavez. Mexico, 8’.
Eternal Tears de Kseniva Simonova. Ukraine, 2011, 11’.
World premiere: 11:02 de 1945 by Roberto Fernández. Brazil/Argentina, 2014, 31’, Portuguese subtitles. Debate with the diretor, Hiroshima and Nagasaki survivors and the artist Claudio Gómez to be held after the session.
17hImage Film Green Cross International Session: 20th Anniversary, 2013, 1’.
When the Dust Settles by ICBUW and IKV Pax Christi. England, 2011, 7’.
The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence by Erik Choquette. USA, 2010, 6’.
25 Jahre Tschernobyl: Leben Mit Einer Tragödie by Rüdiger Lubricht and Rainer Ludwigs. Germany/Ukraine, 2010, 27’, Portuguese subtitles
Flashes of Hope: Hibakusha Traveling the World by ErikaBagnarello. Japan/Costa Rica, 2009, 61’, Spanish subtitles
19h Rocky Flats: Legacy by Scott Bison. USA, 2011, 23’.
The University of Nuclear Bombs by Mohamed Elsawi and Joshua King Ortis. USA, 2010, 55’.
The Nuclear Boy Scout by Bindu Mathur. UK, 2003, 24’, Portuguese subtitles
15h Wape Up by David Bradbury. Australia, 2011, 12’.
Radiation Stories de Amudhan R.P.. Índia, 2010, 54’, English subtitles
Yellow Cake: The Dirt Behind Uranium by Joachim Tschirner. Germany, 2010, 35’, Portuguese subtitles
17h Explosions Bring Us Closer Together by Jonathan Johnson. USA, 2010, 2’.
Nuclear Waste in My Backyard by Irja Martens, Germany, 2012, 29’, English subtitles
Fight for the Island – Punsu No Tao by Kolas Yotaka, Chang, Jia-Wei. Taiwan, 2013, 65’, English subtitles
19h Fukushame: The Lost Japan by Alessandro Tesei. Italy, 2013, 64’, English subtitles
Wyhl? Never – Resisting Against The Nuclear Power Plant Near The Kaiserstuhl by Goggo Gensch. Germany, 2013, 44’, English subtitles
17hYellow Oscars 2014: awarded films screening
18h30 George Méliès short-film session:
Voyage à travers l’impossible, France, 1904.
La cascade de feu, France, 1904.
Les cartes vivantes by Georges Méliès. France, 1905.
Le diable noir, France, 1905.
Le Phénix ou le coffret de cristal, fragment, France, 1905.
Le Menuet Lilliputien, France, fragment, 1905.
Le palais dês mille et une nuits, Franvr, 1905.
16h Djalioh by Ricardo Miranda. Brazil, 2011. With Bárbara Vida, Octavio III, Mariana Fausto. 76’. Freely adapted from the short story QuidQuid Volueris, by Gustave Flaubert.
18h Paixão e virtude by Ricardo Miranda. Brazil, 2014. With Rose Abdalla, Paula Azevedo, Bárbara Vida. 72’. Middle-aged aristocrat has a cold, hysterical relationship with her husband, until she meets a chemist. Inspired by a Gustave Flaubert short story. Last work by Ricardo Miranda. Session with live piano played by Cadu.
Museu de Arte Moderna Rio de Janeiro
Av Infante Dom Henrique 85, Parque do Flamengo 20021-140 Rio de Janeiro RJ Brasil.
T +55 (21) 3883 5600
Opening hours (winter: 06 jul – 22 set)
Tues – Fri 12am – 6pm | Weekends and holidays 11am – 6pm
Box office closes half an hour before visiting hours.
Exhibitions – R$12,00 (free movie session included for the day the ticket is printed.
Adults over 60 and children under 12 – R$6,00.
Sunday tickets for families up to 5 people – R$12,00.
Cinematheque – R$6,00
Adults over 60 and children under 12 – R$3,00.
Friends of I, children under 12 and employees from the sponsor companies and partners (upon name badge presenting, plus one included) and Wednesdays after 3pm.
Address references: MAM is located between the Pracinhas Monument and Santos Dumont Airport.
Bus lines and stops
From South Zone >> Via Parque do Flamengo: 472 (Leme), 438(Leblon),154 (Ipanema), 401 (Flamengo), 422 (Cosme Velho). Avenida Beira Mar bus stop across the path.
Via Aterro: 121, 125 e 127 (Copacabana). Avenida Presidente Antônio Carlos bus stop across the French Consulate.
From North Zone >> 422 (Tijuca), 472 (São Cristóvão), 438 (Vila Isabel),401 (Rio Comprido). Avenida Presidente Wilson bus stop, across Academia Brasileira de Letras.
From West Zone >>Frescão Taquara-Castelo (via Zona Sul). Nearest bus stop at Avenida Presidente Wilson across Academia Brasileira de Letras.
Subway: Cinelândia Station
Disabled access Wheelchairs and ramps to the exhibition rooms, elevators and equipped toilets.
Paid parking lot open from 7am to 10pm.
For more information http://mamrio.org.br.