Une vingtaine d’années après la dernière rétrospective consacrée à Pier Paolo Pasolini en 1990, le MoMA offre une nouvelle exposition consacrée au cinéaste italien, du 13 décembre 2012 au 7 janvier 2013. L’exposition sera conjointement organisée par le MoMA, l’Institut Luce Cinecittà (vitrine du patrimoine cinématographique italien) et la Fondation Pier Paolo Pasolini.
More than two decades after its 1990 retrospective of Pier Paolo Pasolini, MoMA once again joins with Luce Cinecittà and Fondo Pier Paolo Pasolini/Cineteca di Bologna to present a full retrospective of Pasolini’s cinematic output. Many of these celebrated films will be shown in recently restored versions, and all are presented in newly struck prints. Much of this painstaking restoration work was performed by Cineteca di Bologna, alongside several of Pasolini’s former collaborators. Pasolini’s cinematic legacy is distinguished by an unerring eye for cinematic composition and tone, and a stylistic ease within a variety of genres—many of which he reworked to his own purposes, and all of which he invested with his distinctive touch. Yet it is Pasolini’s unique genius for creating images that evoke the inner truths of his own brief life that truly sets his films apart—and entices new generations of cinephiles to explore his work.
La mort de Pier Pasolini, une tragédie : article de Rue89 en 2010 : http://www.rue89.com/2010/07/21/lassassinat-de-pier-paolo-pasolini-agite-toujours-litalie-159256