Time: 22-24 November 2013 To visit exhibitions in Berlin more pictures: http://artistsbook.lt/
Tag Archives: Culture
Almost all Journeys with Personal Car Leipzig & Berlin 2018 13-19 March 2018 8th Artist’s Book Triennial in Leipzig Book Fair. Travel with the students Berlin 2017 1-3 December 2017 Exhibitions in Berlin Leipzig & Berlin 2017 21-27 March 2017 Travel with the students to Leipzig Book Fair Hamburg 2016 14-19 January 2016 Journey with Artist’s Books to Hamburg Book […]
30 April – 5 May 2008 Journey to Easterlittens to my Friend Joseph Johannes Visser by car. Photos from one night in Harlingen, where I was sleeping in my Toyota Previa. […]
Easterlittens 2018 3-8 September 2018 Journey No. 96 Journey to Easterlittens 2008 30 April – 5 May 2008 Journey No. 42 Artist in Residency “It Plein 19”, Easterlittens 2005 19 July – 29 August 2005 Journey No. 36
13 September – 22 September 2011 Holidays with Friends. Journey with personal car.
Guilin is a city in China, situated in the northeast of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on the west bank of the Li River. Its name means “forest of Sweet Osmanthus”, owing to the large number of fragrant Sweet Osmanthus trees located in the city. The city has long been renowned for its unique scenery.
Chinese New Year – often called Chinese Lunar New Year although it actually is lunisolar – is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. According to tales and legends, the beginning of Chinese New Year started with the fight against a mythical beast called the Nian. Nian would come on the first day of […]
Today we’ve visited the barber’s of our downtown. Here we were gladly met by five Chinese hairdressers.
This Sunday I was thinking how beautiful China is. The life in here is getting better: people are working hard, however they are happy and very kind, economy is growing up, goverment takes care about peoples’ health and education. They are paying great attention to culture.
Soon will be the Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival. It is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often inaccurately called “Lunar New Year”, because—as part of the lunisolar Chinese calendar—the date is partially determined based on lunar phase. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first month […]