Synonyms for schafhausen or Related words with schafhausen

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Examples of "schafhausen"
"Emotion Eins", Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, cur. Nicolaus Schafhausen
Framersheim’s neighbours are Alzey-Schafhausen, Dittelsheim-Heßloch, Gau-Heppenheim and Gau-Odernheim.
1897 AD - Introduction of ballot boxes is approved by the Cantonal Chancellery of Schafhausen.
In addition to curating innovative and experimental exhibitions, national pavilions and other ambitious curatorial projects, Schafhausen has extensive experience leading renowned institutions such as the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, and the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam. Schafhausen was the founding Director of the European Kunsthalle, conceived as a project to examine the conditions and structures of contemporary art institutions, independent of local government mandates. Nicolaus Schafhausen is the Director of Kunsthalle Wien.
In 2003, an exhibition featuring current positions of new figurative painting at the Kunstverein Frankfurt curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen showed under the title "deutschemalereizweitausenddrei" (German painting 2003). [6]
On 22 April 1972, the formerly autonomous centres of Weinheim, Heimersheim and Dautenheim were amalgamated with Alzey. The outlying centre of Schafhausen had already been a "Stadtteil" (constituent community) of Alzey since the Middle Ages.
In heat 4, West Germany's I. Schafhausen and the United States' Donna Webb both finished in 13.80s, but the German crossed the line first to win. Third and last was Canada's A. Ostapa (14.70s).
Since 1973, Weil der Stadt has been part of the district of Böblingen, including the municipalities of Merklingen (not the same as Merklingen in Alb-Donau district), Hausen an der Würm, Schafhausen and Münklingen.
His career has been marked by collaborations with artists and creatives across disciplines, including Bjork, Olaf Breuning, Cutler X, Joe Dallesandro, Carsten Fock, William Forsythe, Carmen Freudenthal, Nick Knight, Nikolaus Schafhausen, Elle Verhagen, Tony Ward, and Lukas Wassmann.
The municipality is located along the Emme river and in the Bigen and Biembach valleys at elevations of . It consists of the villages of Hasle, Goldbach, Schafhausen and Biembach along with hamlets and farm houses.
Kozlowska, Smith and Madrid advanced to the final, despite Schafhausen and Webb's recorded times being the same as Madrid's. This may be due to the recorded times in the heats having been rounded; the recorded times in the final appear more precise.
As a permanent replacement of the rail services, the buses on route 493 of the "Regionalverkehr Euregio Maas-Rhein" (Regional transport of the Meuse–Rhine Euroregion) ran on different routes between the town of Heinsberg and Lindern station. The districts served were Schafhausen, Eschweiler, Oberbruch, Hülhoven, Dremmen, Porselen, Horst and Randerath.
Nicolaus Schafhausen (born 1965 in Düsseldorf) is an internationally distinguished curator, director, author, and editor of numerous publications on contemporary art. Since 2012 he has been the Strategic Director of Fogo Island Arts, an initiative of the Canadian Shorefast Foundation to find alternative solutions for the revitalization of the area that is prone to emigration. Co-curator of the 6th Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art 2015, Schafhausen is also a Visiting Lecturer at HISK, Higher Institute of Fine Arts, Gent. He has curated a number of international festivals and exhibitions such as "Media City" Seoul 2010, or the "Dutch House" for the Expo 2010 in Shanghai. In 2007 and 2009 he was the curator of the German Pavilion for the 52nd and 53rd Venice Biennale, and for the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015 he curated the Kosovo Pavilion.
In the Middle Ages a Mühlengraben (channel for the operation of water mills) was created, at Randerath where the river Wurm branched off. It ran along the edge of the Wurm. Horst, Porselen, Dremmen and Schafhausen spurred numerous watermills in this period. In the city of Heinsberg it was destroyed during the Second World War (Jan 1945: Operation Blackcock) and wasn't restored after, the channel was instead used to irrigate agricultural land.
In 2009, the Adam Art Gallery, Wellington staged the survey exhibition "Billy Apple: New York 1969–1973", covering the activities undertaken by the artist in the not-for-profit gallery he ran from 161 West 23rd Street. Later in 2009 Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art in Amsterdam presented a major exhibition in two parts, curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen; the first "Billy Apple: A History of the Brand", surveys the artist's entire practice from inception as his own brand to the present day; the second, "Revealed/Concealed", focuses on his works that critique the site of art through architectural interventions.
Peter Moss replaced Carol Greenwood and Micheline Charest as executive producer and Lesley Taylor stepped in for Cassandra Schafhausen when she replaced Ronald A. Weinberg as producer. This was the aftereffect of the Cinar Tax Scandal. Head writers Joe Fallon and Ken Scarborough also left to work on "Between the Lions", although Joe Fallon was still credited as executive story editor in this season along with Joseph Purdy. When this season was nominated for a Daytime Emmy, only Joseph Purdy, Peter K. Hirsch, Kathy Waugh, Dietrich Smith, and Bruce Akiyama were nominated as writers of "Arthur".
Artists & Writers: Rasna Bhushan; Ursula Biemann; Peter Brandlmayr; Clémentine Deliss; Marianne Eigenheer; Charles Esche; Ewa Esterhazy; Jean-Paul Felley; Izeta Gradevic; Eric Hattan; Rummana Hussain; Olivier Kaeser; Birgit Kempker; Jörg Lenzlinger; Renée Levi; Via Lewandowsky; Heinrich Lüber; Muda Mathis; Claudia & Julia Müller; Marianne Müller; Tim Neuger; Olaf Nicolai; Peter Pakesch; Dan Peterman; Maria & Michelangelo Pistoletto; Stephan Prina; Martin Prinzhorn; Progetto Arte; Tobias Rehberger; Leila Sadeghee; Issa Samb; Nicolaus Schafhausen; Andrew Shields; Kan-Si; Martina Siegwolf; Gerda Steiner; Reinhard Storz; Peter Suter; Wawrzyniec Tokarski; Annette Ungar; Cyril Verrier; Nebojsa Vilic; Sus Zwick.
Olafur had his first solo show with Nicolaus Schafhausen in Cologne in 1993, before moving to Berlin in 1994. In 1996, Olafur had his first show in the United States at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) organized Olafur's first major survey in the United States "Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson", on view from 10 September 2007 to 24 February 2008. Curated by the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Madeleine Grynsztejn (then Elise S. Haas Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture at SFMOMA), in close collaboration with the artist, the major survey spanned the artist's career from 1993 and 2007.
Ayas has worked on a number of biennial projects such as: curator of the Pavilion of Turkey in the 56th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale; co-curator the 6th Moscow Biennale ACTING IN A CENTER IN A CITY IN THE HEART OF THE ISLAND OF EURASIA (with Nicolaus Schafhausen and Bart de Baere); curator of the 11th Baltic Triennale (with Benjamin Cook, LUX, in collaboration with artists Ieva Misevičiūtė and Michael Portnoy ); co-curator of the Istanbul and Bandung city pavilions as part of the Intercity Project of the 9th Shanghai Biennale. Ayas also served as a curatorial advisor to the 8th Shanghai Biennale (China), and as a publication advisor to the 8th Gwangju Biennale (South Korea) in 2010.
The Royal Württemberg State Railways completed the section from Zuffenhausen to Ditzingen in 1868 and a year later the section to Weil der Stadt. The last and hardest part of the line between Weil der Stadt and Calw was not completed until 1872. It included a tight loop with a radius of 335 metres to pass by Hackenberg (hill) near Schafhausen. A loop built on a similar principle was built at the end of the line at Hirsau. Here it was necessary to overcome the large height difference between Calw and Althengstett by extending the line. The line runs through the valley of the Tälesbach, a tributary of the Nagold in an extended loop and then turns back and runs through the Hirsau Tunnel to the flank of the Nagold valley. That meant that trains running from Calw towards Althengstett, initially ran to the north and then looped around on the eastern slope of the Nagold valley to run parallel on the same hillside but a lot higher and now running south. The model for this type of alignment was the Brenner Railway in Austria.