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FILM ON SUNDAY | ARTIST'S CHOICE : DISGRACE, CHOSEN BY CANDICE BREITZ
Mar 11, 2012 2:00pm talk/event
Disgrace
Directed by Steve Jacobs
2008
Running time: 119 minutes
Auditorium, White Cube Bermondsey.
Directed by Steve Jacobs and starring John Malkovich, Disgrace (2008) is based on the controversial novel from 1999 by Nobel prize-winning author J.M. Coetzee – a shocking and violent tale set in an unresolved, post-apartheid South Africa. David Lurie, a disillusioned white professor of literature, is sacked from his job in Cape Town after an affair with a female student. At a loose end, Lurie decides to join his estranged daughter who lives on a small-holding in the beautiful landscape of the Eastern Cape. But after an afternoon of brutal violence, where Lucy is gang raped and Lurie burnt by three black men their relationship becomes ever more strained. To Lurie’s horror, Lucy decides to keep the child that she conceives as a result of the rape and to stay on her farm despite the danger. Disgrace chronicles the personal downfall of Lurie but, at the same time, the historic impasse of blacks and whites in South Africa after centuries of racial oppression.
Reservation is not necessary, but places are limited. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Click to enlargeCHRISTINE AY TJOE : INSIDE THE WHITE CUBE
Jul 13 - Sep 11, 2016
A series of paintings by renowned Indonesian artist Christine Ay Tjoe as part of White Cube's ‘Inside the White Cube’ programme.
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RAQIB SHAW: SELF PORTRAITS
Jul 14 - Sep 11, 2016
White Cube Bermondsey presents an exhibition of new paintings by Raqib Shaw. The culmination of several years’ work, this exhibition will include a new series of paintings based on works in the National Gallery, London and new bronze sculptures whose style and method of fabrication evokes Renaissance Mannerist statuettes. The series is Shaw's most autobiographical to date and borrows compositions from 15th, 16th and 17th century Old Masters.
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