Creative Review - November 2004

Creative Review - November 2004
Publication Date Nov 2004
Abstract One to watch: Vernie Yeung Hong Kong born Vernie Yeung has directed on a professional basis for the sum total of eight months. Within days of graduating from Central Saint Martins, John Payne was welcoming him into the fold at RSA, a couple of well-placed calls from commissioner Dilly Gent having smoothed his path to their door. Yeung admits he found the speed at which everything fell into place a tad dizzying, "But the people are very nice here, it feels like a big family," he claims. Fiffteen for Fontfont FontShop International is staging an exhibition to mark the fifteenth birthday of its groundbreaking FontFont type library. Book series: New art up-close Artists David Barrett and Lucy Head set up publishing company Royal Jelly Factory last year in order to publish and distribute a new series of artist profiles called New Art Up-Close. MTV puts art back in breaks In a return to the quirky, experimental stings with which it first established a reputation, MTV is to showcase the work of 47 innovative filmmakers on its 99 channels around the world from this month. Ten years ago, spaces between music videos on the channel were filled with all manner of experimental animation providing a valuable and fondly remembered showcase for new talent. MTV Art Breaks Project 2004 returns to that heritage with five-to-60-second contributions from the likes of the Brothers Quay, Han Hoogerbrugge and Marc Craste. I made it 1979 Gavin Lucas asks director Duncan Jones how he managed to turn back the clock for the oven chip's twenty-fifth birthday
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Format Magazine
Month November 2004
Language English
Issue Creative Review - November 2004
Publication Creative Review

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