Dokumentation-Eva Hesse10 Mio. USD kosten die Werke von Eva Hesse heute - ein Star der Kunstwelt, von dem viele - vor allem in Deutschland - noch nie gehört haben. Der Film erzählt die Geschichte einer leidenschaftlichen, schönen und talent
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Robert Parker - 94/100 Punkte für den Jahrgang 2013 ´´Another sensational effort and probably one of the best wines to emerge from Hess in the last 30 years is the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Mt. Veeder, a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon and 18% Malbec. This is sensational wine with fabulous aromatics of white flowers, licorice, roasted coffee, blueberry and black raspberry liqueur, with pen ink and graphite making an appearance. It is a full-bodied, rich and a compelling effort from Hess. The good news is there are nearly 10,700 cases of it.´´ Der Mount Veeder ist Teil der Mayacamas-Kette, die das Napa Valley vom Sonoma Valley trennt. Er zählt aufgrund seiner Höhenlage von fast sechshundert Metern über dem Talgrund zu den höchsten Weinbergen Kaliforniens und ist die Heimat eines außergewöhnlich guten Cabernet Sauvignons. Seine Ausnahmequalität verdankt der Wein einer rigorosen, zweifachen Selektion. Nur vollkommen unversehrte Trauben gelangen in die Verarbeitung. Eine für das ganze Napa Valley einmalige Gärung in offenen Edelstahltanks entlockt den Rotwein-Trauben innerhalb von 28 langen Tagen auch das letzte Quäntchen Frucht und Aroma. Nach 22-monatigem Ausbau in kleinen Eichenfässern ist sie dann so weit, diese kalifornische Verheißung, die Dank reifer Tannine und schöner Säure dermaßen üppig und mächtig ausfällt, dass sie bis zu 15 Jahre gelagert werden kann. Vorausgesetzt es findet sich jemand, der es so lange aushält, den Mount Veeder nicht zu entkorken. Er ist nämlich auch jetzt schon fantastisch.
The passionate account of a young man´s growing awareness of his own identity, of his involvement in the secret and dangerous world of petty crime, and how, influenced by a precocious schoolmate, he rebels against convention and discovers not only the great joy of independence, but his own new powers for good and evil. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael A. Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/002299/bk_acx0_002299_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Demian is a coming-of-age story that follows a young boy´s maturation as he grapples with good and evil, lightness and darkness, and forges alternatives to the ever-present corruption and suffering that he sees all around him. Crucial to this development are his relationships with a series of older mentors, of who the titular Demian is the most charismatic, otherworldly and ultimately influential. Many have noted the influence of Jungian psychology upon this novel and it is fascinating to see Herman Hesse´s interests in the self, existence and free will play out through through the lens of early twentieth-century Europe; Christian imagery and themes are ever-present, as is the shadow of the First World War.
The photos of the deportation of the local Jews from Lörrach and its environs on October 22, 1940 preserved in the Lörrach Municipal Archive are devastating documents. They were taken during the deportation of more than 6,500 Jews in Southwest Germany in the autumn of 1940. The pictures that capture the auctions of property from the victims´ homes are especially significant. The photos published here, taken by a policeman, show the perpetrators and the organization of their crimes. They demonstrate that these acts were committed largely in public, before the eyes of hundreds of bystanders. They document the crowds who thronged the auctions of the household goods of deported Jews in Lörrach, evidence of the monstrous indifference of many Germans to the fate of the German Jews.
As tourism has surged, there have been increased concerns expressed about overtourism - a phenomena of unsustainable tourism which negatively affects the livelihoods of local communities and the resources upon which tourism is based. As it is becoming increasingly clear that the environmental, social and economic impacts of tourism on destinations must be managed appropriately to secure their long-term viability, there is a critical need to understand governance and planning tools that can resolve current problems of overtourism without losing the benefits of tourism development. The concerns about overtourism expressed in both academic and popular literature include: too many tourists in one place, rowdy and other inappropriate behaviour by tourists, antagonism between residents and tourists, crowding, strains on infrastructure, loss of authenticity, loss of amenity and reduction in quality of life of residents and reduced enjoyment of experiences by tourists. Overtourism is the first book to examine in detail the origin and causes of overtourism and place the topic in a conceptual context with other forms of tourism including sustainable and mass tourism. It includes a number of case studies of overtourism in both urban and rural settings and discusses potential steps to reduce the impacts on both residents and the natural environment of affected areas. Table of Contents Foreword: Justin Francis, ResponsibleTravel.com Part I: Introduction Introduction (Rachel Dodds and Richard W. Butler) The enablers of overtourism (Rachel Dodds and Richard W. Butler) Part II: Theoretical positioning and implications Perspectives on the environment and overtourism (Geoff Wall) Authenticity and overtourism (Jillian Rickly) The role of social cedia in Creating and addressing overtourism (Ulrike Gretzel) Overtourism and the Tourism Area Life Cycle (Richard W. Butler) Part III: Case studies Boracay beach closure: the role of the government and the private sector (Reil Cruz and Giovanni Legaspi) Thailand: too popular for its own good (Janto Hess) Barcelona - crowding out the locals: a model for tourism management? (Harold Goodwin) Venice: capacity and tourism (Emma Nolan and Hugues Séraphin) Prague and the impact of low cost airlines (Miroslav Roncák) Lucerne and the impact of Asian group tours (Fabian Weber, Florian Eggli, Timo Ohnmacht and Jürg Stettler) The Hajj: crowding and congestion problems for pilgrims and hosts (Jahanzeeb Qurashi) Overtourism in rural settings: the Scottish highlands and islands (Richard W. Butler) Part IV: Challenges Managing overtourism at the municipal/destination level (Walter Jamieson and Michelle Jamieson) Stakeholder management: different interests and different actions (Suzanne Becken and David Simmons) The role of policy, planning and governance in preventing and managing overtourism (Marion Joppe) Conclusion (Rachel Dodds and Richard W. Butler) Editors: Rachel Dodds is a Professor in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University in Canada. She has worked extensively in tourism and sustainability and has published extensively on these topics. She co- authored a book on Sustainable Tourism in Islands and has edited journals on sustainable tourism. She is on the Editorial board of a number of journals and is best known for her work on sustainable tourism. Her bio and summary of recent achievements can be found here Her google scholar summary can be found here: Richard Butler is Professor Emeritus from the University of Strathclyde. He has published over twenty books on tourism and many articles and chapters on several aspects of tourism, particularly on destination development and associated impacts of tourism. He is a former president of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism and of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies