Anri Sala - When the Night Calls it a Day (2004)

This is the first publication to thoroughly document the diverse facets of the young, Albanian-born filmmaker-artist Anri Sala's work, which, in a very short time, has evolved to occupy a very important position in contemporary art. Sala has an objective, documentary approach to filmmaking that reveals personal histories and hidden meanings through photography, video, film, and drawing, and she broaches the present-day epochal themes of migration, globalisation, and our media world. This book accompanies the Anri Sala exhibition mounted by the Musªe d'art Moderne de la Ville de Paris/ ARC and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

Essays by Laurence Bossé, Robert Fleck, Julia Garimorth, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Susanne Pagé.


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