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Ivan Herceg in Berlin

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Ivan Herceg in Berlin

Photograph of the Croatian writer and actor Ivan Herceg holding a sign that reads “Kome ću se predatija, a kome ti? koliko ćemo mjesta ostaviti usebi jedni za druge I koliko će naš ostati?”, which translates to “To whom will I surrender and to whom will you? How many places will we leave to each other and how much will we have left ourselves?”. Herceg is standing in front of the Academy of Arts in Berlin, which at that time was hosting a photography exhibition titled What’s the point of poetry?, to which Herceg contributed. This exhibition was organised by Haus für Poesie (House of Poetry), an associate of Lyrikline – an online multi-lingual poetry platform who are a collaborative partner of the Croatian Centre – and took place on 8-15 June 2013.

Ivan Herceg à Berlin

Photograph de l'écrivain et acteur croate Ivan Herceg tenant une affiche où on l'on peut lire «Kome ću se predatija, a kome ti? koliko ćemo mjesta ostaviti usebi jedni za druge I koliko će naš ostati?», qui se traduit par : «À qui vais-je me rendre, et à qui te rendras-tu? Combien d'endroits abandonnerons-nous à l'autre, et à quel point nous serons-nous abandonnés nous-mêmes?». Herceg se tient devant l'Académie des Arts à Berlin où avait lieu, à l'époque, une exposition photographique intitulée What's the point of poetry?, à laquelle avait contribué Herceg. Cette exposition était organisée par Haus für Poesie (Maison de la poésie), associée de Lyrikline, une plateforme multilingue de poésie en ligne collaborant avec le Centre croate, et s'est déroulée les 8-15 juin 2013.

Ivan Herceg en Berlin

Fotografía del escritor y actor croata Ivan Herceg sosteniendo un cartel que dice «Kome ću se predatija, a kome ti? koliko ćemo mjesta ostaviti usebi jedni za druge I koliko će naš ostati?» («¿A quién me rendiré y a quién lo harás tú? ¿Cuántos lugares nos dejaremos el uno al otro y cuánto nos quedará para nosotros?»). Herceg se encuentra delante de la Academia de las Artes en Berlín, que entonces albergaba una exposición de fotografía titulada What’s the point of poetry? , que contó con la colaboración de Herceg. La exposición fue organizada por Haus für Poesie (Casa de la Poesía), asociada con Lyrikline - una plataforma de poesía online que colabora con el Centro Croata - y tuvo lugar del 8 al 15 de junio de 2013.

Date:

15/06/2013

Creator:

Croatian Centre

Centre:

Croatian Centre  (Hrvatski P.E.N. centar)

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