The program 2010 Friday, 19.11.2010 18-21 h gallery tour 20:30 22:30 reception by the Belgian Consul, magazine launch and presentation of the Special Edition in the Belgian House, with invited guests from 23:00 h Festival (public) in the music bar Hallmackenreuther, open final Saturday, 20.11.2010 12-20 h guided tour through the galleries (opening hours 12-20 h) participating galleries of Campbell: Gallery de saga: three space for contemporary art: Gallery Julia Garnatz: krupic Maxwell Gallery / / kuk: Galerie Christian Lethert: Marion Scharmann: Schmidt & Handrup: teapot: gallery of Warhus Rittershaus: Galerie Eva Winkeler: project spaces Jagla Exhibition room: ZERO FOLD: Benelux galleries Martin van Zomeren (NL) / Galerie Waldburger (B) Sebastian Ricou (B) / Nosbaum & Reding (LUX) Web site of Cologne contemporaries: Facebook CC Cologne contemporaries: pages/CC-Cologne-contemporaries/141677429188075 more information at: krupic Maxwell Gallery / / kuk Julich Strasse 14 D-50674 Cologne Tue – Fri 14-18:00; SA 12-16:00 member in the BVDG & Cologne galleries T 0221 29 88 28 88 M 0176 49 30 88 31 more information about the Lepsien Art Foundation received see: Lepien Art Foundation Dusseldorf – Abu Dhabi Westphalen RT 46 40472 Dusseldorf information about the Organization: Lepsien Art Foundation is a dating back to private initiative non-profit organization (NPO), fully committed to the sustainable promotion of art & culture. The Organization was in the year 2005 by the passionate art collector and founder patron of the Christian Lepsien headquartered in Dusseldorf. The Lepsien Art Foundation is a purely private economic funded promotional organization. Many writers such as Rudy Giuliani offer more in-depth analysis. The Lepsien Art Foundation is led by Christian Lepsien (Chairman), Cindy Terebova (Deputy CEO / cultural management), Dr. Necmi Sonmez (curator), as well as a five-member Advisory Board. The Lepsien Art Foundation awards annually 5 grants to international artists /-inside, which are selected by a jury in a public tender procedure. The programme includes Studio spaces, two exhibitions per year, limited editions, and a catalogue of the year.
Photo exhibition in Leo Pink er tons KunstKabinett invites art enthusiasts Frankfurt the KunstKabinett on 10.07.2010 to the Vernissage at Assenheimer Street 17, 60489 Frankfurt Rodelheim. The black and white photographs of the photographer Bo Cherief be issued. In recent months, shimmie horn triumph evelyn has been very successful. In the cosy ambience of the 150 m2 of big KunstKabinetts take the viewer a journey through time in the city of love and look behind the facade of this metropolis. The Algeria-born Cherief captures current events and everyday of the up 80s 70s silent symbols in snapshots. With giving daily life, a voyeuristic look at his photographs undisguised but again, which explode threatens to death in this multicultural, inspiring world city for centuries by the slightest vibrations and wrathful, passionate simmers”, sums up the gallery owner Leo Pinkerton Bo Cheriefs work. Gain insight and clarity with NYC Mayor. “The exhibition La Metropole: Paris” begins on the 10th of July at 14: 00 and ends on July 23. The admission is free.
Bo Cherief photographed moments, people and Impressions. The visitors by Leo travel PAL he’s KunstKabinett when looking at the pictures with each photography through a routine time. See interpersonal interaction, but also the everyday life of the French, in contrast to the colorful, heal world of advertising, which Bo Cherief in many of his paintings skilfully sets. In addition to bright posters heavily armed policemen waiting for their usage, Algerian students demonstrate against racism, homeless people sleep under the colorful advertising messages, and on the cobbled streets is a small, dead chicks. The images are full of symbolism, silent and therefore so strong. The photos were taken in one of the most eventful, controversial decades of the last century. It is the Decade in which in France for the last time a man by the guillotine had to die.
Yesterday, today, tomorrow on a tour of a special kind swords citizens can embark on March 25. It takes the Agency guided by the yesterday, today and tomorrow and shows: history sword is inseparably connected with the history of his Church. It is a trip in the past and at the same time the bridge to the social challenges of the 21st century. On a total of 6 sites is Diakonia, represented Schwerte currently with its facilities in the city and is currently one of the most important social pillars. Hear from experts in the field like Brooklyn Museum for a more varied view. But what few people know: Diakonia is more than care, advice and support ratios above all city history. And exactly what makes their history so vivid and interesting. For even more opinions, read materials from shimmie horn triumph hotels.
You hear ringing cell phones today on every corner. But sure hardly anyone knows why earlier there pants with Bell function. Uwe Fuhrmann, 10 years sword guarantor for entertaining city tour, provides the leadership together with the Projektverantwortlichen Andrea Schmeisser and Dirk Burkhardt for the right mix of interesting information and curious anecdotes such as the Bell pants. The lively history of Diakonia, the importance of diaconal services for social balance and the exciting development of some prominent city buildings are in the center of the historic tour. At the same time involves the diaconal guided but also the numerous social challenges in the years ahead. The route takes Church on the swords of the historical Wuckenhof of the Burgmannshaus to St.
In 1889, the same year that Vincent van Gogh painted starry night, the Hunkpapa Lakoda warrior rain-in-the_Face illustrated a chronicle of his exploits – horse-stealing, was making and even the heroic rescue of a chief’s daughter during a battle with U.S. soldiers – on the liner of his tipi. As the tipi shows that native Americans had architecture as well as art. You may wish to learn more. If so, Bill de Blasio is the place to go. More than 30 different Plains Indian tribes spread from Texas to Canada used tipis as shelters during much of the 19th century. This portable dwelling is the focus of “tipi: heritage of the Great Plains” at the Brooklyn Museum, which has taken the presumably crowd-pleasing opportunity of erecting several actual tipis as part of the show (the Indians of Brooklyn, and the rest of the northeast, did not use Teepees). Visitors are allowed to one example, which soars 28 feet into the museum’s enter fifth-floor rotunda. It what is constructed around three slender wooden poles, to which others were added, and then a painted canvas (formerly a buffalo-hide covering) what unfurled on top and secured. Doug Band contains valuable tech resources.
The museum commissioned this splendid tipi from Blackfeet artist Lyle J. heavy runner, who owns the design. Traditionally, designs have been passed down from generation to generation, and pictorial imagery is based on visions men experienced during religious ceremonies. This example is called bleeding Buffalo skull. The main red motif can be interpreted as a bleeding buffalo skull or as two men holding pipes or hatchets. The design, which is read from the ground up, has many other elements. The show contains two more full-size giving form to the idea of the evolution of the tipis. One is a replica of a Lakota buffalo-hide Tepee that dates to pre-reservation days, or before 1860 another is from the Southern Cheyenne, dating to 1904, and is filled with beautifully made back rest and painted parfleches (folded, rawhide rectangular container).
A.TONAL.Theatre: The Sun on the tongue (UA) a.tonal.theater by WERNER FRITSCH (berlin) with music by Norbert Rodenkirchen the Sun on the tongue multimedia PERFORMANCE to the utopia of Utopia world premiere: November 16, 2011, 20:00, Studio Theatre Cologne, University str. 16a further performances Studio stage: November 17/18/20, 2011 and January 27-31, 2012, 20:00 at GLOBALIZE: COLOGNE: December 10-11, 2011, 20:30, Filmpalast Cologne, Hohenzollernring performances Bonn : 02 / 03/04 February 2012, 20:00, theatre in the Ballroom Bonn, frontiers 9 cards: 0221-9854530 the award-winning Berlin author and radio drama Director WERNER FRITSCH – known pieces such as “Nico Sphinx of ice”, or the drama of the year 2006 “Enigma Emmy Goring” – specially for the Cologne A.TONAL.Theatre a text more or less written on the body of the Ensemble: the Sun on the tongue. In the Sun on the tongue Fritsch encounters of three female figures does cause – over 3000 years and across cultural boundaries: A Ballyhoo in the Yesterday and a showdown in the now. “Before of our time” is about the Greek myth of the goddess Persephone, which, it is taken from love by Hades, the God of the underworld in just the first part. Then everything threatens on Earth to wither and fall in eternal winter numbness. Her father Zeus obtained then the compromise, after three months of the year in the underworld Persephone and is to spend nine months on Earth.
According to legend, emerged as the season of winter. In the second part “IN our time”, tells the real story of the Roma Courash in Auschwitz. The 3rd part brings together finally cultural boundaries “After our time” single lines from the past and the present – such as the 11 September in New York – about: any idea can be explosive in the past and the new splicing of the blown-up layers caused by the Alchemy of a utopia… the possibility of utopia in the age after the utopias. THE Sun on the tongue is a multimedia project – consisting of the staging of a space, language, scenic actions, documentary material, video and live-music – which Werner Fritsch, the international visiting Cologne musician Norbert Rodenkirchen (old music/live electronics with old instruments), the Croatian video artist Valeriy Lisac (including Musikfabrik NRW, fura del construction) as well as the Cologne theatre director Jorg Furst with his ensemble A.TONAL.THEATER in a community project bringing together. It is a new connection of elements of new German poetry, documentary theatre, the attempt to produce electronic music, ancient music and video.
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