London Business School

His passion for Asian future is exceptionally cycling and reading are common hobbies for professors. But not for Nirmalya Kumar, a Professor of marketing at the London Business School and Co-Director of the Aditya Birla Center in India. He collects modern and contemporary Indian art with great passion for over 10 years. This passion was noticed by the London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and was awarded an honorary membership for his work for modern and contemporary Indian art. Campbell Soup Co contains valuable tech resources. In recent years, Professor Kumar has written several articles and lectures on this subject. Thus Professor Kumar of one of the most respected in the world of art, culture and education is according to Nirmala Rao, Director for education and teaching at the SOAS.” She added that he has always treated his personal collection and it it was possible to make known the names of major Indian artists and attentive even on important political issues, such as, for example, the fight for freedom, make.

The modern Indian art is a result of the struggle for freedom. Professor Kumar has an own gallery, which is always open for visitors and at the same time used as a non-profit project. He wants to make known the subject, for it is the art, and therefore writes articles and gives lectures. Thus, he would like to draw attention to Indian companies and the economy. Through his work as a Professor of marketing with several years of experience he knows in multinational cooperation with the West on and has an in-depth knowledge of the Indian economy.

Professor Kumar, said that India was a worse place to live in the 70s and 80s. It was common that the young people in the direction of being escaped. He has lived in America and in the Switzerland and has settled in well in London. Nirmalya says that I he intercedes for Indian art, because he identifies with this in the globalized world. Nirmalya was also a hot contender for the honorary membership, since he is in the Ranking of Thinkers50 are. This is a world ranking for thinkers and leaders in the top management in the field of management training.

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Two women with different backgrounds and education, training and working methods have come together with Mariana Scvortova from the former Soviet Union and Angela Eberhard from Germany exhibition of Mariana Scvortova (painting) and Angela Eberhard (sculptures) to the exhibition project of Schwabing to elsewhere”. But there are also similarities: the focus of the work of both artists is the interest of the people as the subject of their art. Both the images and the characters are realistic with a fine eye for detail. Mariana Scvortova are nostalgic, melancholic but also critical and rebellious tones that determine their painting. Angela Eberhard cheerful, humorous, ironic and also approved dyes shows as counterpoint and complement to the representation of their characters. Both artists work narrative: they tell stories the viewer with their work and to show a deep understanding of the (Allzu-) human. The combination of painting and sculpture and the different and yet corresponding image statements the two artists, the exhibition make a cheerful and thoughtful at the same time voting experience for the Viewer. Dinner Vernissage, on Friday 02/07 from 19:00 with live lounge music of Chinese silk and video tape exhibition 14.00 – 19.00 opened Saturday 03.07.und at Sunday 04.07.10. Studio/Gallery Rovshan zewe Schelling str.

High Pressure And The Art Of Seductive Wrapping

The ORANGE exhibition opened in the Leipzig Gallery of high + partner”Orange paper of the Argentine company Citriola Ayui SA Leipzig, December 3, 2008 – on the 5th of December at 19: 00. Orange papers are shown from the collection of the Leipzig photographer Karin Walton and prints by Harald Alff, Frank Eissner, Roswitha Gruttner, Susann Hoch, Stefan Knechtel, Stephanie Marx, Knut Muller, Gabriele Sperlich and Frank Wahle. Hot Vitaminica, surrenders, Yaffa or Robin and come from afar. From Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Israel, Spain or Italy. There is talk of oranges, which are harvested and eaten in this country like this time of year in all these countries. Recently Gerald Weissmann, MD sought to clarify these questions. For this, you must purge the sweet fruits not only by its natural skin, but also by a covering of fine tissue paper. The Orange paper, on which the manufacturers and exporters since content about hundred years logo, images and drawings of varying artistic qualities and partly much romanticised print. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Richard Linklater on most websites. There are mythological motifs from ancient Greek as well as comic book heroes or the reformer Martin Luther.

The Struwwelpeter acts as well as advertising media such as Lili Marleen or the space dog laika. It smoothes the small leaves, to get square graphics that are often amusing and witty, seem sometimes to follow an educational mission, always, but inspiring and surprising effect on the Viewer. “For us the ideal base for a promising dialogue between high-quality everyday art and our own artistic claim as high printer”, says Susann Hoch of the high + partner Gallery on the approach of the exhibition. She and her colleagues Harald Alff, Frank Eissner, Roswitha Gruttner, Stefan Knechtel, Stephanie Marx, Knut Muller, Gabriele Sperlich and Frank Wahle have inspired in their works, which are created for this exhibition, this special fruit. Partly they refer also correspondingly or counterpoint to the Orange papers from the collection of Karin Walton.

The Leipzig photographer collects Orange papers for over 30 years and has provided the most beautiful pieces of their collection for the exhibition. Will be opened on Friday, December 5 at 19: 00 in the gallery in the Leipzig wallpaper factory, Hall C, and can be seen until January 31, 2009. “The Group of artists of high + partner” was founded in 2007 in Leipzig as a registered partnership. The gallery and workshop is the corresponding GbR in the wallpaper factory, Luetzen str. 91 operated 04177 Leipzig.

Bavarian Munich

Subject of the exhibition “Beauty of the moment” until December 2012 invites the Munich-based photographer Brigitte Schindler under the theme of “Beauty of the moment” to dream and relax in your imagery. If you would like to know more then you should visit Gerald Weissmann, MD. “52 fine-art photographs from the limited editions of Munich impressions”, Bavarian lights, A touch of yesterday, animal personalities and colors of nature “will be presented in the Gallery of the tax advice Nicola Leeb (Northern Ascension Ahornallee 65, 1st floor, 80638 Munich, close to the Nymphenburg Castle). The admission is free. “The photographer and painter, after their studies in art and art education in Munich (LMU) at America’s largest photo school (New York Institute of photography) the title of professional photographer” with distinction earned and received several awards of merit bestowed, presents in her photographs the everyday world around us around in their own and special pictorial language. The photographic and artistic implementation of the issues touched, draws the viewer into the spell and invites you to linger. Brigitte Schindler describes their fascination and joy when taking pictures in the Gallery:…Often the attraction emanating from an unusual light, a special mood, an incredible weather phenomenon, an unusual view or an exciting contrast…These moments in your all to hold own beauty and variety of colours, to share with others, to halt their volatility for a while, to give them joy, to evoke memories, to deliver, as a message to the attention of our creation and the valuable coexistence of man and nature, thought-provoking spur of my photographic work and passion “like a thread of the motto of the artist through their images spans are for me: Photography is like painting with the soul.