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'Oublier l’Italie' - Antrittsvorlesung von Andreas Beyer in Paris am 29.10.2009

Gastkommentar von Dominik Brabant, Paris   ‚Oublier l’Italie – Karl Friedrich Schinkel à Paris‘ – der Titel der Antrittsvorlesung von Professor Andreas Beyer, dem seit 2009 amtierenden Direktor des Deutschen Forums für Kunstgeschichte in Paris, war bestechend gewählt und durchaus auch programmatisch zu verstehen. Die Vorlesung fand gestern Abend im gut gefüllten, von französischen und internationalen Gästen besuchten Auditorium des... //read more
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Groß-Paris

  Paris ist nicht nur die Stadt der Liebe, sondern in Vergangenheit wie Gegenwart ein ziemlich schwer zu regulierendes urbanes Konglomerat. Bis in die frühe Neuzeit hinein wurde dem massiven Bevölkerungswachstum mit permanenter Erweiterung begegnet, so wie es sich in den in immer weiteren Kreisen angelegten Stadtmauern ausdrückt. In der Aufklärung versuchte man, dem Chaos mit Maßnahmen des embellissement zu Leibe zu rücken. Berühmt... //read more

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