Foreign Affairs
Foreign Affairs 2016


Foreign Affairs 2016

The next edition of Foreign Affairs festival will take place from 5 to 17 July 2016.
This year, Foreign Affairs will explore the topic of “uncertainty”.

Wim Opbrouck in “En avant, marche!”
© Phile Deprez

Opening on 5 July

Philip Miller & William Kentridge,
Nature Theater of Oklahoma,
Frank Van Laecke, Alain Platel, Steven Prengels,
Nástio Mosquito,
Mary Reid Kelly, Dries Verhoeven, Nelisiwe Xaba
To the programme

William Kentridge “Drawing Lessons”, film still
© William Kentridge

Focus William Kentridge

“NO IT IS ! William Kentridge” (exhibition)
“Paper Music”
“Drawing Lessons I-V”
“Refuse the Hour”
“A Guided Tour of the Exhibition: For Soprano with Handbag”
“Ubu and the Truth Commission”
“Die Winterreise”
To the programme

This Is Offal
© Mary Reid Kelley

Uncertain Places. Eine Nachtausstellung

Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley “This Is Offal”
William Kentridge “More Sweetly Play The Dance”
Dries Verhoeven “Guilty Landscapes, episode II”
Nelisiwe Xaba “Urban Mermaid”
Zum Programm

Jarvis Cocker
© Emma Russell


Jarvis Cocker, Islam Chipsy, The Brother Moves On, Vessels, Mirel Wagner
To the concerts

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