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German Art Lectures


Shape and Meaning: The German Contribution to the Visual Arts
Educational lectures and workshop program
Islamabad and Rawalpindi, November-December 2010


1. Looking at Pictures and Learning from Art
Islamabad College for Girls, 23 November 2010
400 students
Artworks by Albrech Dürer, Balthasar Küchler, Christoph Jamnitzer, Johann Esaias Nilson, Max Liebermann, Lesser Ury, Ludwig Meidner, Karl Schmidt-Rothluff, Franz Marc, and Max Ernst.


2. The Grotesque in German Art. Its Nature, Transformations and Importance
Islamabad College for Girls, 8 December 2010
380 students
Artworks by Conrad von Megenberg, Hartman Schedel, Albrech Dürer, Christoph Jamnitzer, Simon Cammermeir, Johann Heinrich Keller, Jeremias Waschmuth, Carl Strathmann, Max Ernst, Meret Oppenheim, Thomas Grunfeld, and Ernst Kahl.


3. Modern Art
Post-Graduate College for Women, Rawalpindi, 9 December 2010
180 students
Artworks by Philipp Otto Runge, Caspar David Friedrich, Karl Eduard Biermann, Max Liebermann, Lesser Ury, Max Laueger, Ephraim Lilien, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Ludwig Meidner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Max Beckmann, Franz Marc, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Kurt Schwitters, Meret Oppenheim, Max Ernst, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Karl Schwesig, John Heartfield [Helmut Herzfeld], Käthe Kollwitz, Hans Hartung, and Anselm Kiefer.


4. The Bible and the Visual Arts
Khatoon-e-Fatima School, Islamabad, 10 December 2010
152 students
Students were introduced to a meaningful relation between archaeological evidence and Gerrman imagery inspired by the Bible. All biblical themes were explored via German artworks, among which The Creation, Adam and Eve, The Tower of Babel, Noah's Ark, Abraham contemplating the Stars, Moses and the Children of Israel crossing the Red Sea, The God Prophet, The Annuciation to Mary, The Visitation, The Virgin Mary and Baby Emmanuel, The Three Kings, Mother and Child, The Rose Garden, Young Jesus teaching in the Temple, and Jerusalem as City of Light.


5. Bible-inspired Symbolism in German Art
Khatoon-e-Fatima School, Islamabad, 14 December 2010
160 students
Students were introduced to a meaningful relation between archaeological evidence and Gerrman imagery inspired by the Bible. All biblical themes were explored via German artworks, among which The Creation, The Tower of Babel, Noah's Ark, Abraham contemplating the Stars, Moses and the Children of Israel crossing the Red Sea, The God Prophet, The Annuciation to Mary, The Visitation, The Virgin Mary and Baby Emmanuel, The Three Kings, Mother and Child, The Rose Garden, Young Jesus teaching in the Temple, and Jerusalem as City of Light.



Shape and Meaning: The German Contribution to the Visual Arts - Five Educational Lectures by Mariano Akerman, German Embassy Islamabad, 3.1.2011, Education & Culture

9 comments:

Maya Woscoff said...

Maro querido: todo lo mejor para vos. Siempre estás en mis pensamientos y corazón. Te quiero mucho. Millones de besos a la distancia.

Thomas Ditt said...

Dear Mariano,
Everything looks nice!
Sehr schön!

Sarah Ehrlich said...

Wonderful.

Jenny Naseem said...

Thanks!

Siskind said...

Me alegro mucho Mariano! Estás haciendo cosas que te gustan y eso es muy lindo.
Besos

Liber Vigo said...

Mariano, querido, tu tarea es incansable. Te deseo los mayores éxitos. Un gran beso y abrazo, Liber

Silvia Weisz said...

Te felicito. Cuando veo tus fotos pienso que sos un triunfador. Un verdadero triunfador. Todo mi respeto y mi cariño

Spring Hill DC said...

Your work is rare and fantastic its presentation. I like them a lot. They are really good. You are doing a ery fruitful site, one with plenty of interesting stuff. I am impressed. Very good. This is a very important mission that you took over and have done it very well. No doubt your cultural initiatives are fresh water: you are the oasis and the light tower in your place. And, a last compliment, you look great. My best wishes. Love and kisses.

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.