Deutschlandspiegel 455/1992 1992
01 Economic Summit in Munich Löwenbräu - Bavarian lion raises beer glass and hollering. Government spokesman Dieter Vogel with microphone at press party. In the background such as Minister-President Streibl. Stalls, folk dance Schuhplattler. Flag: Economic Summit Munich. Helmut Kohl alongside Bush and Baker. Mitterrand shaking hands. Helmut Kohl interview: "when such international conferences, yes mostly the show is so: what have decided specifically?" But at the edge next to these decisions is talked about much, what is perhaps more important for the future than all decisions on the day. Optimism is the message, the message is: we have the luck of a changed world with more freedom and more opportunities of peace; We want to take advantage of that." German Foreign Minister Kinkel in an interview. Journalist on park bench writes on computer. Modern press tent. Journalists on phones and monitors. Terence Roth, New York, writes for the Wall Street Journal interview: what makes the G 7 Summit? "This is the first economic summit after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Why is the visit of Boris Jelzin here so important and how to assemble the help for him. But the first Weltwirschaftsgipfel which takes place in a reunified Germany is of course also for foreign colleagues who come here, also interesting." Demonstrations. Mass move. Transparent: "the International Congress against the prevailing world order greets all brave comrades around the world." Castle Neuschwanstein. Hannelore Kohl and Barbara Bush and the politician women on tour. Alphorn players blow. Hannelore Kohl actuality: "Bayern have made much effort in cooperation. "And what we were able to experience now on cultural events, completes the picture of what the men in the rounds of talks to discuss and can lead to a hopefully good end." Group Portrait of the Weltwirschaftsteilnehmer with Kohl, Mitterand, Bush, major and others - Helmut Kohl quote: "either to get the countries in the wake of the Soviet Union – I guess the example Russia, or relapse in some form of dictatorship because Boris Jelzin here was -. We have overcome the cold war; now, we have the great opportunity that we can say, that young people will never experience war and lack of freedom in Germany. And that is why we should use the time for these years; Help to self-help for the countries of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe." Boris Jelzin as listeners with headphones, great. Group picture with Yeltsin.
(10:00:00 10:04:05) 02. Russian engineers learn market economy Tatjana Kusneszowa and Ina Korezkaja at Reuther family in Hamburg. Eberhard Reuther shows apartment. Welcome drink. Tour by engineering companies. Technical discussions. Sergej Kossov sits at table. Family photos are considered. Walk through the town. Sergej Kossov establishes bank account. Group photo of Russian engineers. Gütersloh: Barrier goes up. Bertelsmann. Sergej Kossov at Bertelsmann in CD work, o-ton: "the focus is that we will get to know this business thing and bring in the home. I've seen much these high tech procedures, and I think that helps our economy." Sergej Kossov cycling trip with colleagues and picnic.
(10:04:00 10:06:20) 03 Bonn: the new Kunsthalle Niki De Saint Phalle, French American sculptor, great. Their fantasy figures, colorful and shiny, be drawn to the opening on the roof garden. Large exhibition hall and Museum of art. Richard von Weizsäcker and wife at opening. Helmut Kohl interview: "As a cultural center of European importance of art and Exhibition Hall should also help, that we can better learn Europeans the cultural dimension of our life together." Balloons. Music band. Mobiles. Light dome. Tatlin Tower of 1920th Meret Oppenheimer's fur Cup. Objects from the life of Josef Beuys (suit on floor, rusty bathtub). Figures of Gilbert and George behind leaf plants. Video art Nam June Paik "video fish". Photographic art of the 20th century with clef on woman back and glasses next to the pipe. Science woman "Arc" demonstrates the effects of environmental degradation and population growth. Fantasy figures on roof.
(10:06:15 10:09:10) 04. The new Bundeswehr concept bridge over River. Officers of the Warsaw Pact countries as observers. Arsenals. Tank filling picture. Sergeant Rainer Kothe cleans out his locker. He takes his farewell as a result of troop reduction. Distribution of gas mask. Joined soldiers in barracks yard. Tank exercise in the area. Navy military aircraft. Reservists are conscripted. Farewell to wife and family. Helicopter start. Transport vehicle with helicopters. New tasks come to the Bundeswehr. Inspector General Naumann actuality: "that's right. We assume that these tasks on us to come. This will be done in the European context, which will take place may also be in the framework of the United Nations. And on these tasks, unless peacekeeping type or also peace durchsetzender's way, we are ourselves and must create the conditions for this."
UN deployment of the Bundeswehr in the Persian Gulf. Mine explodes.
(10:09:05 10:12:20) 05. In the tornado on Olympic course training program of the Tonado sailors Roland Gähler, European Vice-Champion, and Vorschotmann Frank Parlow. Catamaran is supposed to water. Start at the Kiel week. Sailing Regatta.
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Niki de Saint Phalle’s 90th Birthday (*October 29, 1930)
Her colourful, voluptuous sculptures of female bodies made the iconic feminist artist famous all over the world: Niki de Saint Phalle.
The artist is born on October 29, 1930 in Neuilly-sur-Seine but mostly grows up in the USA. Her father was an impoverished French banker who had lost his fortune in the stock market crash, her mother was American. At the age of 18 she flees her parents’ home, which was marked by violence and sexual abuse and marries a childhood friend. She gives birth two children and returns to Paris in the early 1950s. The extreme experiences from her childhood keep haunting her and she spends some time in mental institutions. There she realizes that artistic work is both her salvation and a necessity.
After being accepted into the group Nouveaux Réalistes she attracts a lot of attention with her „shooting paintings” which equal an act of liberation. In the mid 1960s she starts creating her legendary „nanas“—female figures reminiscent of archaic fertility sculptures—that will be shown at many important museums around the world.
In some instances she works together with her second husband Jean Tinguely. Two examples are the popular Paris fountain installation La Fontaine de Stravinsky in front of Centre Georges Pompidou and a Tarot garden in Tuscany.
The artist would often come to Germany. In Kassel she designs costumes and does the stage design for the comedy Lysistrata by Aristophanes in 1966. Two years later her own play title ICH premiers at documenta. Niki deSaint Phalle is one of the founding artists of the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn in 1992. She is made honorary citizen of Hannover in 2000, a city where the installation of three Nanas at the riverside caused quite a scandal in the late 1970s. She even donates 400 of her works to the Sprengel museum in Hannover. Niki de Saint Phalle dies in California at the age of 63.