Columbia University in the City of New York
László Krasznahorkai
Spring 2014 Writer in Residence
The Hungarian author László Krasznahorkai, whose works have been translated into English and many other European languages, holds the America Award in Literature (2014), the Best Translated Book Award (2013) for Satantango, the Brücke-Berlin Prize (2010), and the Man Booker International Book Prize (2015), among many other honors. During his residency at the Harriman Institute, Krasznahorkai taught the seminar “Artistic Collaboration in East Central Europe,” which examined artistic collaboration in East Central Europe, focusing on his own work with the visual artists Béla Tarr (Hungarian film director) and Max Neumann (German painter). In addition, Krasznahorkai gave a public reading from his AnimalInside, a dialogue between Neumann’s images and Krasznahorkai’s text (2010). Photo by Gyula Cymbal

The Hungarian author László Krasznahorkai, whose works have been translated into English and many other European languages, holds the America Award in Literature (2014), the Best Translated Book Award (2013) for Satantango, the Brücke-Berlin Prize (2010), and the Man Booker International Book Prize (2015), among many other honors.

During his residency at the Harriman Institute, Krasznahorkai taught the seminar “Artistic Collaboration in East Central Europe,” which examined artistic collaboration in East Central Europe, focusing on his own work with the visual artists Béla Tarr (Hungarian film director) and Max Neumann (German painter). In addition, Krasznahorkai gave a public reading from his AnimalInside, a dialogue between Neumann’s images and Krasznahorkai’s text (2010).

Photo by Gyula Cymbal

photo by Gyula Cymbal
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