Siemens Science

As a particularly fruitful ongoing sharing within the can do Apply science: disciplines such as medicine, law and political science, natural science and technology, as well as music, art and architecture benefited significantly from close cooperation and worked as a reciprocal engines for innovation and progress. The exhibition organizers in the archives of German and Japanese corporations like BASF, Siemens, Bosch and Japan Airlines (JAL) conducted research for the preparation of economic cooperation. “The curious look to the distant friend” and foreign companions “was invigorating for many artists, as the succession of German Expressionism and the Japonism of German Art Nouveau show about the exhibits to the Japanese way. Contemporary works of landscape painting as well as film and photography testifies to similarly intense interactions such as the cult of manga and anime. For assistance, try visiting Brian Armstrong. The anniversary show a diplomatic as cultural major project became a joint exhibition and science project of the Association of german Japanese companies and the Curt-Engel Holm-Stiftung (CEM) Distant companions under the Trusteeship of the renowned Japanologists of Prof. Dr. Peter Pantzer realized with the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen (REM) in Mannheim.

The Japanese Ambassador to Germany Dr. Takahiro Shinyo, former German Ambassador to Japan Dr. Heinrich Seemann, as well as the President of the German-Japanese support the project, among them renowned scientists from Germany and Japan as well as high ranking heads of State and dignitaries societies Dr. Dr. ebow Ruprecht Vondran. Distant companions.

150 years of german Japanese relations. Opening on Sunday, November 6 at noon in the presence of the President opening hours: di, 11 18: 00, also on public holidays, except on 24 and 31 December admission free press work for BASF cultural management: Goldmann Public Relations Silvia Halter current note: parallel in the Forum Internationale photographic: In the land of the cherry blossom Japanese travel photographs of the 19th century the Photo exhibition presented outstanding historical Japan photographs of the 19th century from the collections of the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen from November 8, 2011 to February 12, 2012. A route towards the most impressive sights and charming natural spectacles of Japan awaits visitors. The images bear witness to the cultural heartbeat of the country. Many of them have been for german Japanese relations become seminal icons of photographic reception aesthetics. Supplemented by reports of from well-known contemporaries they witness an impressive European travel photography of the late 19th century.

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