Charlie Chaplin
A vision

Yuz Museum
2018

ClientYuz Museum, Musée de l’Eylsée

LocationShanghai, China

DateJune-October 2018

Size1 000 m2

ScopeScenography, design

Project leaderCarole Pfendler

CuratorsCarole Sandrin, Tatyana Franck, Cecilia Cenciarelli

PartnersCinecitta di Bologna

LightingACL

Photo creditYuz Museum, JJYPhoto

Charlie Chaplin: A Vision.is a new major retrospective dedicated to Charlie Chaplin 20th-century and career. Presented at the Yuz Museum Shanghai and conceived as an international project, the exhibition was co-produced by the Musée de l’Elysée Lausanne and the Yuz Museum Shanghai in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna.

 

The exhibition reveals the modernity and the timeless character of the work of the one of most influential performing artists and film directors of the 20th century, through the presentation of more than 350 photographs & memorabilia and over two hours of film clips within a 1000 m2 exhibition space.

 

Guided through a thematic and chronological path, the visitor is invited to discover a new perspective of Charlie Chaplin’s work. Built over a shot/counter shot approach, the exhibition presents Charlie Chaplin's life and career. By a subtle evocation of the historical contexts, the scenography deploys various periods which shaped the artist and his artistic and international legacy.

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ClientYuz Museum, Musée de l’Eylsée

LocationShanghai, China

DateJune-October 2018

Size1 000 m2

ScopeScenography, design

Project leaderCarole Pfendler

CuratorsCarole Sandrin, Tatyana Franck, Cecilia Cenciarelli

PartnersCinecitta di Bologna

LightingACL

Photo creditYuz Museum, JJYPhoto