Cologne Netsuke Convention 2017

  • Tuesday, June 06, 2017
  • Saturday, June 10, 2017
  • Park Inn by Radisson, Koln City West, Germany

Registration

  • You may add guests to your registration for $550 per person.

Registration is closed

Accommodation

Park Inn by Radisson - FULL
Koln City West, Germany

Excelsior Hotel Ernst

Domplatz/Trankgasse 1-5
50667 Koln
info@excelsior-hotel-ernst.de

Preferred Group Room Rate 
(including breakfast)

Single Room Classic/Superior - €200

Double Room - €230 

6 minute walk to the Park Inn

Hotel Imperial / Familie Muller

info@hotel-imperial.de
Single with breakfast – 98.90 Euros
Double with breakfast – 118.60 Euros

Hotel Pullman Cologne

Single with breakfast – 136 Euros

Double with breakfast – 150 Euros



Please identify that you are attending the
International Netsuke Society Convention
“netsuke”

Thirteen international netsuke dealers will be exhibiting for sale at the Park Inn from 2-6 pm from Wednesday-Saturday.

Lecturers and Workshop Leaders

  • Annegret Bergmann
    World of Japanese theater as represented in netsuke (German)
  • Alain Ducros
    Kyoto  or  Kyushu  (French)
  • Dieuwke Eijer
    The Japanese Gulliver:  Wasobyoe (English)
  • Matthi Forrer
    Smoking implements found in prints (English)
  • Neil Holton
    Tonkotsu & Smoking (English)
  • Julia Hutt
    Shibata Zeshin (English)
  • Pierre Jacquesson
    Mask Netsuke (French)
  • Robert Fleischel
    Bokuto
  • Trudel Klefisch
    Der Sammler Albert Brockhaus (German/ English)
  • Paul Moss
    Kokusai, the Genius (English)
  • Tatiana Yahiro
    Daily life scenes in netsuke influenced by paintings, prints and Ehon (English)
  • Yukari Yoshida
    F. M. Jonas, his life and his book (English)
  • Alain Ducros
    Wood used in netsuke carving (workshop) (French/English)
  • Matthhias Streckfuss
    Materials used in netsuke - elephant, mammoth, walrus ivory (workshop) (German/English)
  • Robert Willemsen
    Manju (workshop) (English)

Museum fur Ostasiatische Kunst

Trudel Klefisch, Convention Chair, has arranged that the lectures will be held in the museum each morning. The Museum which opened in 1977 is one of the most important architectural monuments of classical Modernism in Cologne. It was designed by Kunio Maekawa (1905-1986), a pupil of Le Corbusier. The centerpiece of the complex is the landscape garden designed by the Japanese sculptor Masayuki Nagare (b.1923) in the tradition of Japanese meditation gardens. This symbiosis of Japanese architecture and gardens combined with the presentation of the exceptional East Asian art collection make the museum a wonderful setting for our 2017 symposium.


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