Exhibit: Anime Cels 1978-1984, by Muhamed Kafedžić Muha
until 23.03.17 / 10:00
This is unique exhibition where original cels, in‐betweens, extremes and storyboard scenes from the Japanese animated series, from early 80’s, will be presented. Exhibit opening is scheduled for March 09th, at 7:00 pm.
The visitors will be able to see different phases of a classical 2D animation through 60 original exhibits from 9 anime, out of which 5 have made an international cult status.
The series are the following: Captain Future (1978), Maeterlinck's Blue Bird Tyltyl and Mytyl's Adventurous Journey (1980), Mori no Youki na Kobito‐tachi Belfy to Lillibit (1980), Captain Harlock: Arcadia of My Youth‐Endless Orbit SSX (1982), Space Runaway Ideon (1982), Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982), Future Policeman Urashiman (1983), Plastic Model Wrestling Sanshiro (1983) & Super Dimension Century Orguss (1983).
The title which needs a special emphasis is certainly SDF Macross whose first series is well known in this region under the name Robotech. The next one is Captain Harlock: Arcadia of My Youth ‐ Endless Orbit SSX from a renowned author of manga and anime, Leiji Matsumoto, well known to a large audience for Daft Punk videos from the album Discovery, that will lead to the creation of Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem animated musical SF movie. Captain Future is anime that is still played on German TV station ZDF.
Space Runaway Ideon is a project of Yoshiyuki Tominoa, the creator of Mobile Suit Gundam. It will be a very interesting exhibition for animation and anime fans.
Muhamed Kafedžić Muha is a visual artist, a painter and Blackbox’s friend. His professional interest is in researching Japanese arts and culture. In his arts work he promotes universal values inspired by the Japanese arts and culture.