BOOKS



(De) construyendo a Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Coordinadora: Gloria Fernández
Colaboradores: Luis Miñarro, Enrique Garcelán
Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón & CineAsia. Gijón, 2015

” está dividido en dos bloques: un análisis de la obra fílmica del director y un acercamiento a su obra artística, que recoge sus instalaciones para museos y su faceta de vídeo-artista. El libro, además, aporta varias miradas sobre su universo y una entrevista al realizador tailandés.”

Contact: https://twitter.com/cineasia_online
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APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL (Em Portuguese do Brasil)
by Alcione Cunha Silveira
Publication Date: 2015
Language: Portuguese Brazilian
ISBN-10:
8573214430
ISBN-13:
978-8573214437
Publisher:
Iluminuras
Format:
Paperback, 9.9 x 7.6 x 0.5 inches

Há cerca de 20 anos o diretor tailandês Apichatpong Weerasethakul vem contribuindo para a arte do cinema ao realizar curtas, instalações audiovisuais e filmes de longa-metragem. Uma carreira marcada por sua originalidade, premiada e exibida tanto nos principais festivais de cinema quanto no circuito de arte
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PHOTOPHOBIA
Edited by Brynjar Bjerkem

Publication Date: 2013
Publisher:
TRANSNATIONAL ARTS PRODUCTION
Format:
Hardcover, 6.5 X 9.25 IN. / 128 pages
Texts by Apichatpong Weerasethakul,
Nach Widner, Chaisiri Jiwarangsan
ISBN:
9788299720595

The book Photophobia was launched 4 October 2013, with TrAP as publisher. The book is already sold out in Norway, but is distributed in USA through Artbooks. Photophobia attempts to capture the artist's creative process in his work with multiple exhibitions, and in the initial phase of his next feature film. Editor Brynjar Bjerkem writes in the introduction to the book:

"Designer João Doria has crafted a book based on his impressions of Apichatpong's tensions between the manifest and the hidden, the real and the dreamlike, the seen and the remembered, exploring also Apichatpong's use of light as a narrative element."
Brynjar Bjerkem
editor
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FOR TOMORROW FOR TONIGHT
Edited by Maeve Butler and Eimear O' Raw.

Publication Date: 2011
Texts by Enrique Juncosa, Tony Rayns, Eungie Joo, Chris Dercon
ISBN: 978-1-907020-67-4


Description:Working outside the strict confines of the Thai film studio system, renowned Thai film director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (born 1970) has directed several acclaimed features and dozens of short films, including
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, winner of the prestigious 2010 Palme d'Or prize at Cannes, and Tropical Malady, winner of a 2004 Cannes jury prize. For Tomorrow For Tonight features new work exploring the theme of night through video, photographs and installation.


LINK:
http://www.theimmashop.com/products/apichatpong-weerasethakul-for-tomorrow-for-tonight
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APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL
Edited by Gary Carrion-Murayari and Massimiliano Gioni

Publication Date: October 31, 2011
New Museum; 2011; Softcover; 5.5" x 8"; 71 pp; 25 images;
ISBN 9780915557950

Primitive is the publication accompanying Apichatpong Weerasethakul first New York exhibition, devoted to the work of the Thai filmmaker (born 1970). The complex spatial and temporal relationships that his narrative films suggest are explored most boldly in the Primitive project (2009), which received its American debut at the New Museum. Primitive is Weerasethakul's most ambitious project to date: a multi-platform work consisting of an installation of seven videos and one related short film that capture the social and historical reality of the rural village of Nabua, which was devastated by decades of violence between the Thai military and Communist-sympathizing farmers. This catalogue reproduces stills from the Primitive project alongside an interview with Weerasethakul and critical essays.


Link:
http://www.newmuseumstore.org/browse.cfm/apichatpong-weerasethakul:-primitive/4,5348.html
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Apichatpong Weerasethakul
(Austrian Film Museum Books)
Edited by James Quandt

Publication Date: July 28, 2009
ISBN-10: 3901644318
ISBN-13: 978-3901644313

Thai filmmaker Apichatpong "Joe" Weerasethakul is widely praised as a central figure in contemporary cinema. Trained in the United States as a visual artist, Weerasethakul stunned the film world with five innovative and dreamlike features made since 2000, including such award-winning films as
Blissfully Yours, Tropical Malady, and Syndromes and a Century. James Quandt, one of the foremost film critics and curators working in North America today, has edited the first English-language book on Weerasethakul. Along with his essays, contributors include Benedict Anderson, Tony Rayns, Kong Rithdee, and the British actress Tilda Swinton.


Link:
http://www.filmmuseum.at/jart/prj3/filmmuseum/main.jart?j-j-url=/en/shop/apichatpong_weerasethakul_1&ss1=y
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Apichatpong Weerasethakul Sourcebook: The Serenity of Madness
Edited by Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Publication date: November 2016
ISBN: 9780916365912

Introduction by Alaina Claire Feldman and Kate Fowle. Interviews with Withit Chandawong, Gridthiya Gaweewong, Andrea Lissoni. Text by Amara D. Angelica, Mo Costandi, Robert Destatte and Jeannie Schiff on Limasite85.us. Federico Garcia Lorca, Elizabeth Armstrong Moore, Jenjira Pongpas, Maddie Stone, and Apichatpong Weerasethakul.
Publisher: ICI and MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum
Designer: Scott Ponik
Hardcover, 8.5 x 11 in. / 271 pages


Edited by Weerasethakul himself, this publication offers a collection of perspectives on the multi-faceted practice of one of the leading artists and filmmakers of his generation. Encompassing the full complexity of the artist’s practice across media, The Serenity of Madness compiles a wide range of source materials and texts that have informed his work over the last two decades, including personal photographs, email conversations among friends, excerpts of websites and scientific studies, and poetry. The publication also features interviews by the film curator Andrea Lissoni, the art curator Gridthiya Gaweewong, and the Thai political activist Withit Chandawong.


Link:
http://curatorsintl.org/shop/apichatpong
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