Kubrick et Clarke looked for ideas in art galleries for 2001

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In 1994 the book “2001 filming the future” by Piers Bizony is published. In this book he tells that after getting acquainted in April 1964 Clarke and Kubrick in search of ideas for the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, have visited art galleries.

Have they saw the works of Georges Yatridès, then exposed the United States, it is quite possible given the similarities found between the two works.

Extract page 73

“Over the next month Clarke and Kubrick met regularly, for five hours or so at a time, virtually every day. They chatted over lunches, dinners and breakfasts. They earnestly dissected the latest theories of science, space research and high technology during visits to movie theaters, art galleries, restaurants and bars, or at Kubrick’s apartment. “

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