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German Art • Mariano Akerman • Brochure



German Embassy, Islamabad, May 12, 2010

p. 1r - Islamabad, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, German Art: Its Peculiarities and Transformations, A Lecture by Mariano Akerman, May 12, 2010

p. 1v - Mariano Akerman, Painter and Art Historian • Maler und Kunsthistoriker


p. 2r - German Art, Its Peculiarities and Transformations, abstract


p. 2v - Citations and German Technical Terms, with English translation.
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Source: PDF published online by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Islamabad.

12 comments:

Raja Nasir Kayani said...

Thank you for your wonderful and knowledgeable conference.

Karin Mittmann said...

Dear Mr. Akerman,
It was not only a pleasure but an enlightenment to listen to your lecture - thank you so very much.
With regards, Karin Mittmann

Samia Haque said...

Nauman et moi, nous avons beaucoup discuté ta conférence et nous ne pouvions pas cesser de parler de cette soiree. C'était excellent. Merci encore pour nous faire partie de ta passion et ta connaissance. Amicalement, Samia

Khalid Rashid said...

Dear Mr. Mariano Akerman,
Thank you. Your lecture on German Art was absolutely brilliant. It is among the best lectures I have ever heard in my life (I am 70 years old). Prof. Dr. Khalid Rashid

Fauzia Minallah said...

Dear Mr. Akerman, It was a pleasure attending the lecture. I found it very enlightening.

Mariana Figueroa Sánchez said...

Querido Mariano: Quería decirte que disfruté mucho con tu conferencia, me encantó.

ICG said...

Dear Mariano,
I am still mesmerized how quick and crisp was your overview of German Art was.
Geytee Ara, Islamabad College for Girls

N. Berlinerblau said...

Impresionante.

Nauman Ahmed said...

Deeply impressive.

Joan Pohl said...

You are amazing in a number of languages.

Melissa Mirelman said...

¿Un argentino disertando en inglés acerca de la historia y el arte alemán, con los auspicios de la embajada teutona en Islamabad y en cinco universidades pakistaníes? ¡Maravilloso!

Yuka Nakasone said...

Es fantástico. Comprendo muy bien de que amas el país donde vives y su gente. A seguir con tus trabajos maravillosos por la humanidad. Y sobre todo, sigue inspirando la gente.