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Today, Olsen has 76 stores and will be in about Offered 3,000 boutiques and fashion houses worldwide. The brand is represented in 42 countries. Since 2000, Olsen also has partner stores in cities such as Vienna, Moscow, Toronto and Riga. For more information see. DEICHTORHALLEN Hamburg the DEICHTORHALLEN Hamburg are one of the largest exhibitions of contemporary art and photography in Europe. The two historical buildings outfitted with their open steel glass architecture and offer room for spectacular international major exhibitions.
Since 2011, the two buildings at the transition from the Hamburg art mile HafenCity are complemented by a dependance in Hamburg with the Falckenberg collection. Between 1911 and 1914 the DEICHTORHALLEN galleries on the site of the former Berlin train station, the Hamburg-based counterpart to the Hamburger Bahnhof “in Berlin, as the market halls built. They represent one of the few preserved examples of industrial architecture in the period of transition from Art Nouveau to the expression of the 20th century. The two halls are open Steel structures: the Northern Hall a long three-naved building with 3800 sqm floor area, the southern Hall (1800 sqm) a central building with a lantern. The restored DEICHTORHALLEN galleries are owned by the city of Hamburg after the donation by the Korber Foundation. in 1989, she passed the DEICHTORHALLEN Exhibition GmbH. On November 9, 1989, lights up opened with the exhibition”by Harald Szeemann international art exhibition programme of the halls.
Throughout their history they have developed three houses DEICHTORHALLEN Hamburg to an art gallery for photography and contemporary art with three institutional pillars under one umbrella brand. Since 2009, Dr. Dirk Luckow is Director of DEICHTORHALLEN Hamburg, which he runs together with the commercial Director Bert Anthony merchant. For more information see. About Simone Bruns Agency for art & communication Simone Bruns, skilled photographer, art and photography is since 1990 in the areas at home. Since 2005, designed and accompanied Simone Bruns Cooperation and organises exclusive sponsors events. She has a strong sense of, sensitive to combine artistic and commercial needs. Simone Bruns is active for the DEICHTORHALLEN Hamburg, the Phototriennale and the Kunstverein Hamburg and organises its own art events such as the art event series designed by her photo-Soiree”. Together with the fl. Art Agency founded in 2010 the initiative NEXT type GENERATION, which aims to inspire more young people in Hamburg for contemporary art. For more information see. Press contact CREAM COMMUNICATION Anne Bettina Jager of Neuer Wall 46 D-20354 Hamburg Tel: + 49 40 431 791 26 E-Mail:
Marriages at the chapel of Scientology the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom recognised as legally binding principle of recognition Scientology begin Church as a religion on 11 December 2013. It specifically dealt with the legally effective recognition of marriage in the chapel of the London Scientology Church as a religious place of worship in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom. The Court saw fulfilled the requirements of the Act. The happy couple, which had originally brought this procedure, as well as all other British Scientologists, have now the right to commit to a legally binding marriage ceremony in the chapel of their London Scientology Church solemnly. The Supreme Court’s decision is based on the principles of equality and freedom from discrimination in religious affairs. The decision ensures that the Scientology Church and all Scientologists as well as other religious communities and their devout followers treated, and the same rights granted to them.
In his decision, which recognizes Scientology as a religion and its Chapel (which Church around the world is in any Scientology) as a religious place of worship, the Supreme Court noted that must the definition of religion and devotion are present and be sufficient broad, to cover all faiths, which is practiced by a large number of people in this world. Together with a decision of the Supreme Court of Australia from 1983 on the recognition of the Scientology Church represents the second important decision of principle by the Supreme courts of the United Kingdom and Australia this as a bona fide religion community. In addition, the religious property was reaffirmed by Scientology by numerous other judicial and administrative decisions in many countries around the world. For more information: Sabine Weber Tel: 030-3640760
Like every year the Lepsien Art Foundation has awarded this year again five scholarship courses for the international programme 2013/14 “emerging artists” in Dusseldorf. Like every year the Lepsien Art Foundation has awarded this year again five scholarship courses for the international programme 2013/14 “emerging artists” in Dusseldorf. The winners of the scholarship are 2013/14: – Julia Gerber (oil on canvas) 1983 born in Cologne, Germany, lives and works in Dusseldorf – Rimma Arslanov (sculpture, installation, drawing), born in 1978 in Tajikistan, lives and works in Tel-Aviv, Israel – born Benedikt Partenheimer (photography) in 1977 in Munich, lives and works in Berlin – Sean Lavelle (sculpture, installation) born in 1991 in UK, lives and works in London, UK – Mojtaba Amini (sculpture, Installation) 1979 born in Sabzevar, Iran, lives and works in the Iran detailed information you will find under: cms/front_content.php? idcat = 211 the tender for the delivery year 2013/14 It was marked by very many international applications, especially from regions and countries that were so far still not so strongly represented. So, the Lepsien Art Foundation this time reached a much larger number of applications from the Iran, the Iraq as well as Morocco, Tunisia, Israel, but also from southern Europe, such as Italy, France, Greece and Spain. Received many highly motivated and interesting applications from countries such as India, Pakistan, Thailand, China and Russia.
The Lepsien Art Foundation still from Germany received most of the applications. As well as in the past few years, the Foundation received a variety again applications from former graduates of the Art Academy of Dusseldorf. All other German art academies were also represented with many applicants. Overall, the Lepsien Art Foundation reached several hundred international applications. While the use of the newly introduced online application tool has proven itself.
This was by the artists very well accepted and used. According to Christian Lepsien (Chairman Lepsien Art Foundation), the high proportion of international applications is a positive witness to the intensive international work of in recent years. It’s to bring a special concern of artists from around the world but the Lepsien Art Foundation, embarrassed Exchange and build new bridges. Extraordinarily gifted and talented young artists from different countries and cultures, many different disciplines and styles, meet with the fellows in 2013/14. All will work together for the coming year in the art house in Dusseldorf. The programme 2013/14 is launched in September 2013, and runs until end of August 2014.