Alain Robbe-Grillet

 L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés
Gallery of Alain Robbe-Grillet
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Gallery of Alain Robbe-Grillet

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 L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés
L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés 1971

Along with Nathalie Sarraute, Alain Robbe-Grillet was one of the leading lights of the “Nouveau Roman”, which sought to overturn literary conventions by undermining the notions of “realism” and “narrator”. As a writer of words and images, he was also a screen writer (notably of L’année dernière à Marienbad, for Alain Resnais, in 1961) and a film director. The Biennale is presenting L’Eden et après (Eden and After) and N a pris les dés, two films from the same shoot. “There would be a singles hoot, leading to a first film for release in cinemas andcalled L’Eden et après (Eden and After), then a second film, for television, with the same shots but used in a different order and telling a different story and this would be called – in a sort of anagram of L’Eden et après (Eden and After) – N a pris les dés (N Feared Dante,as it might be)”. This is how Robbe-Grillet explained it; basically two versions of the same fantasmagoric, hallucinatory tale, a mixture of violently sensual mirror effects and erotic fantasies set between white houses and the sea under the hot Tunisian sun.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


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 L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés
L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés 1971

Along with Nathalie Sarraute, Alain Robbe-Grillet was one of the leading lights of the “Nouveau Roman”, which sought to overturn literary conventions by undermining the notions of “realism” and “narrator”. As a writer of words and images, he was also a screen writer (notably of L’année dernière à Marienbad, for Alain Resnais, in 1961) and a film director. The Biennale is presenting L’Eden et après (Eden and After) and N a pris les dés, two films from the same shoot. “There would be a singles hoot, leading to a first film for release in cinemas andcalled L’Eden et après (Eden and After), then a second film, for television, with the same shots but used in a different order and telling a different story and this would be called – in a sort of anagram of L’Eden et après (Eden and After) – N a pris les dés (N Feared Dante,as it might be)”. This is how Robbe-Grillet explained it; basically two versions of the same fantasmagoric, hallucinatory tale, a mixture of violently sensual mirror effects and erotic fantasies set between white houses and the sea under the hot Tunisian sun.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
 L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés
L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés 1971

Along with Nathalie Sarraute, Alain Robbe-Grillet was one of the leading lights of the “Nouveau Roman”, which sought to overturn literary conventions by undermining the notions of “realism” and “narrator”. As a writer of words and images, he was also a screen writer (notably of L’année dernière à Marienbad, for Alain Resnais, in 1961) and a film director. The Biennale is presenting L’Eden et après (Eden and After) and N a pris les dés, two films from the same shoot. “There would be a singles hoot, leading to a first film for release in cinemas andcalled L’Eden et après (Eden and After), then a second film, for television, with the same shots but used in a different order and telling a different story and this would be called – in a sort of anagram of L’Eden et après (Eden and After) – N a pris les dés (N Feared Dante,as it might be)”. This is how Robbe-Grillet explained it; basically two versions of the same fantasmagoric, hallucinatory tale, a mixture of violently sensual mirror effects and erotic fantasies set between white houses and the sea under the hot Tunisian sun.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
 L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés
L'Eden et après ; N a pris les dés 1971

Along with Nathalie Sarraute, Alain Robbe-Grillet was one of the leading lights of the “Nouveau Roman”, which sought to overturn literary conventions by undermining the notions of “realism” and “narrator”. As a writer of words and images, he was also a screen writer (notably of L’année dernière à Marienbad, for Alain Resnais, in 1961) and a film director. The Biennale is presenting L’Eden et après (Eden and After) and N a pris les dés, two films from the same shoot. “There would be a singles hoot, leading to a first film for release in cinemas andcalled L’Eden et après (Eden and After), then a second film, for television, with the same shots but used in a different order and telling a different story and this would be called – in a sort of anagram of L’Eden et après (Eden and After) – N a pris les dés (N Feared Dante,as it might be)”. This is how Robbe-Grillet explained it; basically two versions of the same fantasmagoric, hallucinatory tale, a mixture of violently sensual mirror effects and erotic fantasies set between white houses and the sea under the hot Tunisian sun.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller