DAAD präsentiert: Antjie Krog

Körper, beraubt


max. 120 min

Antjie Krog is considered the “white conscience” of South Africa. With her many books, she has dauntlessly traced the transformations of her country from the apartheid regime to democracy. As a poet she has a special interest in the linguistic legacy of her country, like the songs of the native South Africans or her performances with Xhosa musicians. With a guest appearance of Afro-Soul-singer Nomfusi, known for her role as Miriam Makeba in the movie "Mandela – Long Walk to Freedom,“ this will be a grand Antjie Krog evening to celebrate the premiere of her first book of poetry in German.

Eine Veranstaltung des Berliner Künstlerprogramms des DAAD in Kooperation mit HAU Hebbel am Ufer. 


  • Past
    Sun 16.11.2014, 19:00 / HAU1


Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

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