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Revolver Revue 94 (2014)
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94 (2014)

Revolver Revue
 

Summary (cs) (en)

Dana Němcová (*14. 1. 1934)

Adam Drda
"Právě proto, že jsem měla děti…"
"Precisely because I had children…"
Věra Nováková
Provazochodci
Tightrope walkers

Poetry

Pavel Kolmačka
Wittgenstein bije žáka
Wittgenstein hits a student
Ewald Murrer
Tichý příběh
A silent story

Atak

Tereza and Juraj Horváth
Tereza a Juraj Horváthovi představují obrazem, textem a rozhovorem berlínského ilustrátora, grafika a malíře
Tereza and Juraj Horváth introduce, through words, pictures and an interview, a Berlin based illustrator, graphic designer and painter
Martin Bořkovec
Vědomost
Knowledge
Marie Iljašenko
Mráz a slunce
The frost and the sun

Immrová

Monika Immrová, Petr Vaňous
Sochu musíte vytvořit… to nelze obejít
(s Monikou Immrovou hovoří Petr Vaňous)
You have create a statue… you just can't bypass that
(interview with Monika Immrová led by Petr Vaňous)
Monika Immrová
Plastiky a práce na papíře
Sculptures and works on paper

Gaudé

Milena Fučíková
Otrokářská krev Laurenta Gaudého
Laurent Gaudé's Slave trade's blood
Laurent Gaudé
Otrokářská krev
Slave trade's blood

Vošický

Jaroslav Formánek, Pavel Vošický
Nenormální režim nabízel obrovskou inspiraci každý den
(s Pavlem Vošickým hovoří Jaroslav Formánek)
The abnormal regime offered a great inspiration on each and every day
(interview with Pavel Vošický led by Jaroslav Formánek)
Pavel Vošický
Kresby
Drawings
kunstWerk
Odposlechy
Wiretapping

Ateliery 2014/XXXVII.

Ateliers 2014/XXXVII.
Viktor Pivovarov
(projekt Viktora Karlíka a Karla Cudlína)
(a project by Viktor Karlík and Karel Cudlín)

Scenaristicka dilna/VI.

Scriptwritting workshop/VI.
Marek Šindelka
(z prací studentů KSD FAMU pro RR vybírá Martin Ryšavý)
(from the work of students of FAMU's Scriptwriting and dramaturgical department, selected for RR by Martin Ryšavý)
Petr Babák
představuje (Holky a mluvící meče z tabletu)
Petr Babák introduces (Girls and talking swords from the tablet)

Knižni edice / dil prvni

Book editions / first part
Karel Haloun
Klub čtenářů
Klub čtenářů

Zbyněk Hejda (2. 2. 1930 – 16. 11. 2013)

Terezie Pokorná
Ůvodem
By way of introduction
Petr Borkovec, Miloš Doležal, Vratislav Färber, Jaroslav Formánek, Petr Hruška, Pavel Kolmačka, Vít Kremlička, J. H. Krchovský, Lubomír Martínek, Ivan Matoušek, Ewald Murrer, Petr Placák, Ladislav Puršl, Martin Ryšavý, Miroslav Salava, Jáchym Topol, Pavel Zajíček, Jaromír Zelenka
Anketa
Survey
Jaromír Typlt
Glosa
Comment
Zbyněk Hejda, Jean-Gaspard Páleníček
Zažil jsem ještě "břicho Paříže"
(se Zbyňkem Hejdou hovoří Jean-Gaspard Páleníček)
I've still experienced the "belly of Paris"
(interview with Zbyněk Hejda led by Jean-Gaspard Páleníček)

Zvlaĺlštniĺl zachaĺlzeniĺl

Special treatment
Adam Drda
Zvláštní zacházení (terezínský rodinný tábor v Osvětimi-Birkenau a největší masová vražda čs. občanů v noci z 8. na 9. března 1944)
Special treatment (Terezín's family camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau and the biggest mass murder of Czech citizens during the night from the 8th to the 9th March 1944)

Couleur

Veronika Tuckerová
Muzea, příroda a skleněné modely rostlin (k otázkám současného stavu muzeí)
Museums, nature and glass models of plants (on questions about the contemporary state of museums)
Viktor Karlík
Svobodné poměry (k pražským retrospektivním a přehledovým výstavám po roce 1989)
Free conditions (on Prague's retrospective summarizing exhibitions after 1989)
Viktor Šlajchrt
Mordýři s vytříbeným vkusem (nad novým českým vydáním Burckhardtovy Kultury renesance v Itálii)
Slayers with refined taste (on the new Czech edition of Burckhardt's The Civilisation of Renaissance in Italy)
Petr Adámek
Magorův noční zpěv (nad sbírkou I. M. Jirouse)
Magor's nocturnal song (on I. M. Jirous's collection of poetry)
Marek Vajchr
Omluvenka za nezralost a harmonická konfese (o bilančních knihách Milana Uhdeho a Petra Uhla)
A sorry-card for immaturity and a harmonious confession
Hana Kosáková
Bezpečí cenzury? (k antologii Nebezpečná literatura?)
The safety of censorship?
Michael Špirit
Hrabalovy Spisy – včera, dnes a snad zítra
Hrabal's complete works – yesterday, today and, maybe, tomorrow
Hana Ulmanová
Taková americká rodinka (o Franzenově románu Svoboda)
A simple American family (on Franzen's novel Freedom)
Tereza Marečková
Estetika nejistoty (ke knize Estetika performativity E. Fischer-Lichte)
Aesthetics of uncertainty (on E. Fischer-Lichte's book Aesthetics of performativity)
Martin Ryšavý
Putinovy hry (o filmu A. Gentěleva)
Putin's games (on A. Gentělev's documentary film)
Edita Onuferová
Konference o díle Ivana Martina Jirouse (zpráva)
The conference about Ivan Martin Jirous (report)

Zvlaštni přiloha

Special supplement
Martin Socha
Jedna věta
One sentence


 

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