Text: Mary Giatra
This week’s agenda is humorous, nostalgic and retro.
I’M SO EXCITED
Pedro Almodovar has decided to leave all the drama behind and return to his more comic past. His new movie, “I’m so excited”, is full of sex, drugs, laughter, it contains some surprising guests, such as Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas and premieres today, March 21st. When the pilots, flight crew and passengers of a plane heading to Mexico City realize that the end is really close, they let their true inner-self come out, leading to extremely funny events. Don’t miss it!
DIMITRIS ALITHINOS, A RETROSPECTIVE
The National Museum of Contemporary Art hosts an exhibition completely dedicated to the life work of one of the most important Greek contemporary artists. Curated by Tina Pandi and Stamatis Schizakis, the exhibition contains the artist’s work, inspired by the history, culture and myths of different civilizations around the world. Don’t miss this exceptional event that will be on until May 26th.
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DAVID BOWIE, THE NEXT DAY
After 10 years in silence, the legend is back. His new album “The Next Day”, is the fastest-selling album so far this year and has not let anybody down. Loud, thrilling and confident, it is most probably the best album Bowie has made in many years and even though he is 66 years old, his sound is more fresh than ever. Creative and lively, it seems like the artists has much more to offer. Enjoy one of the coolest music videos ever!
THE ROLLING STONES, 50 YEARS
After a phenomenal half century, one of the best rock n’ roll bands in the world have prepared a special edition, dedicated to their thousands of fans around the globe.
“THIS IS OUR STORY OF FIFTY FANTASTIC YEARS. WE STARTED OUT AS A BLUES BAND PLAYING THE CLUBS AND MORE RECENTLY WE ‘VE FILLED THE LARGEST STADIUMS IN THE WORLD WITH THE KIND OF SHOW THAT NONE OF US COULD HAVE IMAGINED ALL THOSE YEARS AGO. CURATED BY US, IT FEATURES THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS AND EPHEMERA FROM AND BEYOND OUR ARCHIVES.”
Mick, Keith, Charlie & Ronnie
The Rolling Stones 50 is published by Thames & Hudson and costs 35 EUR.