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Federico Fellini. From drawing to film.

Until Sun, 04/09/2022
Kunsthaus Zürich
Federico Fellini, Il bidonista ricco, 1954/1955 (Il bidone), Sammlung Jakob und Philipp Keel, © 2022, ProLitteris, Zurich
Federico Fellini, Ohne Titel (Abfahrt der Marktfrauen), 1972–1973 (Amarcord), Sammlung Jakob und Philipp Keel, © 2022, ProLitteris, Zurich

Federico Fellini (1920–1993) is one of the most important directors in cinema history. Films such as ‘La strada’ (1954), ‘La dolce vita’ (1960), ‘Amarcord’ (1973) and ‘Città delle donne’ (1980) are classics that are discussed by culture practitioners internationally and loved by the public at large. They are incisive commentaries on Italian society but also on Western values in the 20th century. Less known is the fact that Fellini had been a tireless draughtsman since his youth, initially sketching out his dreams and ideas using a felt or ball-point pen or a fineliner on paper before arranging them on the set and letting the cameras roll.

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Kunsthaus Zürich

Heimplatz
8001 Zürich

+41 44 253 84 84
Website

Tram 3/5/9, Bus 31: Kunsthaus

Photography allowed

Opening Times

Tuesday: 10–18
Wednesday: 10–20
Thursday: 10–20
Friday: 10–18
Saturday: 10–18
Sunday: 10–18

Until Sun, 04/09/2022

Public holidays: 10am–6pm
Closed on December 25

Library:
Mon–Fri: 1–6pm

Prices

Exhibitions: CHF 23/18*

Collection: CHF 23/18*

Combined ticket: CHF 29/23*

*reduced

Free admission for children up to the age of 16 and for members

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