Ppsspp Ios 14

Signing of the contract

The day of truth for the real in Schwedt is near Only when Metro has completed the sale of its real retail chain will there be clarity. View of the real store in the Oder-Center in Schwedt: The Metro Group has been negotiating a sale with the real estate investor X+Bricks for several weeks. If the contract is in place, the course for a future of the store can be set on site as well. © Photo: Oliver Voigt The situation is difficult because no information is leaking out as to where the journey is to go. X+Bricks is reportedly working closely with Kaufland. Industry experts suspect that the real estate investor does not want to continue operating the stores itself, but will pass them on to potential buyers. It is possible that only a rump of some stores will remain with the consortium. The names of the interested parties are no secret. In addition to the Schwarz Group with Kaufland and Lidl, the Cologne-based Rewe Group and the retail giant Edeka are also interested in acquiring some of real’s prime locations. Due to this mixed situation, it is difficult to make forecasts for individual locations, says Andreas Splanemann, Verdi spokesman in Berlin-Brandenburg. This is because retailers are pursuing their own interests – regardless of whether a store has good prospects for the future. Bittner did not want to comment on whether there is actually more clarity with today’s Friday. He said that there had already been several deadlines in the past. Another possible date when there could be more clarity is February 14, when the Metro Annual General Meeting takes place. Bittner said, “The uncertainty has been going on for months. Colleagues on the ground expect clarity about perspectives and jobs as well as working conditions.” Bittner refers to the tough negotiations with a consortium around the investor Redos. These had ended unexpectedly in December. Instead, the talks with X+Bricks went into a new round after Metro’s interest in a deal with the real estate investor was not particularly high. What is certain is that there is currently no list circulating of locations that might be closed. Bittner does not want to participate in speculations about the future of the real store in the Schwedt Oder Center or other of the 16 real locations in Berlin and Brandenburg. He makes that quite clear. In the region, 1,600 jobs are at stake. However, he is committed to supporting his colleagues in the stores once a decision has been made. No matter where the journey takes them. History of the real stores The real retail chain was created in 1992 from the merger of various chains. The parent company is the Metro Group, which wants to concentrate on its core business of wholesale and supplying hotels and restaurants. For this reason, the real stores are up for sale. In 2006, real made headlines because Metro integrated the German Walmart locations. pif Kronberg (mw) – The splendor of the fruit blossoms can best be experienced during a walk around Kronberg in these May days. But also the museum Kronberger painter colony waits for some days with impressive new landscape impressions: Among them also a flower painting by Fritz Wucherer, which was donated to the Kronberger Malerkolonie Foundation just on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. Hans Robert Philippi, Chairman of the Board of the Kronberg Museum Society, was pleased with the numerous guests who had found their way to the Painting Museum for Mother’s Day on the occasion of the new picture show in the Kronberg Painting Colony Museum, which chronologically presents “the history of the Kronberg artist colony – from Pose to Wucherer”. For him as well as for Helmuth Artmann, the chairman of the foundation, it was the right time to send a big thank you to all donors, benefactors, permanent lenders and in this context also especially to the Hessische Hausstiftung and the Frankfurt Städel. For it is they who have ensured that there is much new to discover in this new picture show about the more than 100-year history of the colony, from late Romantic painting to early Impressionism. There was also much applause from all sides for the curator Dr. Ingrid Ehrhardt. Mayor Klaus Temmen, who also thanked the Museum Society Kornberg as a partner in the foundation for the excellent cooperation, praised her “outstanding work” that she has done for many years in her scientific support and the preparation of the numerous exhibitions. “What remains for me after all the words of thanks are the pictures,” the curator found, and already she and her audience listening with interest went back to the 1940s, when the artists of the Kronberg painters’ colony were concerned with the view of unadulterated nature, “the unity between man and nature, and this time also on water not just on land.” This is joined by portraits and genre scenes of peasant life, she explained, pointing in this context to the knitting peasant girl in the first room of the museum, which can be seen there thanks to the Taunus Sparkasse, which has made the painting by Philipp Rumpf permanently available to the Kronberg Painters’ Colony Foundation, along with the neighboring watercolor by Jakob Becker. Rumpf (1821-1896) at the time was mainly concerned with the image of women, he rarely painted children, only occasionally men. The explanation for his choice of images he made himself: “I am the painter of my family, in my own home I found all the motifs for my paintings. I used to paint my wife in her relationships with the little children, now the boys and girls have grown up and I paint them in the harmless life and weaving that is peculiar to their years.” “However, the peasant girl is not yet one of his total of ten children, which he would later have together with his wife, Christine Melzer from Fulda,” revealed the curator. This painting still follows the classicist principles, which means that the color and lighting do not follow nature, but the demands of a harmonious image. In addition, the rural life is still idealized. In keeping with Mother’s Day and Rumpf’s views of family, characterized by intimacy, love and warmth, as Ehrhardt described, “as the antithesis of the outside reserved for the male domain,” she offered insights into the tasks of women in the 19th century. Century, in which she quoted from an 1853 textbook that states, “Woman is the mild star in the domestic sky, from which warmth and grace spread to all radii ….She is the stewardess of the house and ceaselessly adorns and decorates it with her sense.” She also pointed to the housewife of the Frankfurt artist Johann Jakob Hoff, who fell asleep over her sewing work, spatially in the neighborhood of the peasant girl. Although the subject matter here is reminiscent of comparable depictions in 17th-century Dutch painting, it lacks any moral indictment, for example, of the lazy maid shirking her housewifely duties, but the expression of female sensuality also takes a back seat “to the effect of a peaceful snapshot in idyllic surroundings.” Longing for Italy A new aspect in the exhibition, also thanks to the donations, is the longing for Italy, Ehrhardt revealed. On display is the landscape by Eduard Wilhelm Pose, freshly restored by restorer Moya Schönberg. Pose is one of the most important landscape painters of the Düsseldorf School. Italy is also represented with a “Shore Landscape on Lake Maggiore” by Crown Princess Victoria, who rented a villa on the western shore of the lake and who, when she stayed there, loved to paint in addition to receptions and walks. It is an oil sketch that is unsigned, probably because the crown princess considered it unfinished, the curator interprets. In any case, the atmospheric effect of the composition is completely at odds with a heroic rendering of nature. This work is representative of the longing for Italy of the artists of the 19th century, who combined “realistic observation of nature with classical motifs and the magic of the prevailing light in the south. The artists of the first generation of the painters’ colony, Burger, Rumpf, Dielmann and also Becker, had one thing in common: they all created “longing pictures of unadulterated nature and the idyll in the rural family, in an everyday life that negates all dirt and pain”. A story could be told about each of the nearly 50 paintings, the curator remarked, but she wanted to give her guests enough time on this beautiful May day to make up their own minds about the works and was briefer than usual. Before that, however, she pointed out the “uniquely atmospheric and expansive view of Kronberg” that Burger captured in “Blick über die Kronthaler Wiesen auf Kronberg und den Taunus mit dem Altkönig” from 1846 from the Städel Museum, and finally to the works by Burger’s students Philipp Franck, Nelson Gray Kinsley, Lorenz Maas, and Fritz Wucherer, which were also on display for the first time. Wucherer’s works, he said, are unusual views of his travels to Belgium, from Ghent to Ostend. His blooming spring landscape as well as a view of Königstein once again illustrated his desire for “the greatest possible truth of nature”. True words spoke the chairman of the foundation Artmann, who pointed out in his greeting, what the museum society and its foundation Kronberger Malerkolonie lacks for completion: “We urgently need new members!”. He said that the society and the foundation were in a good position as far as the content of their work was concerned and, thanks to the decision to move into the Villa Winter with the museum, this was also the case for the future. But the best hardware is of no use if there is a lack of software. “We need your cooperation,” said Artmann, who urgently appealed to those present to carry the idea of the museum society to the outside world. Earlier, Mayor Temmen had already pointed out that nothing had changed regarding the cultural plans, the long-term safeguarding of the Kronberg Painters’ Colony Museum. “As soon as the Villa Winter is no longer needed as emergency accommodation, the conversion into a house of culture can begin,” he emphasized. “The Kronberger Malerkolonie Museum is and will remain a permanent institution in Kronberg. Securing it for the long term is the goal of all of us, and I am sure that we will be successful in doing so.” Ppsspp Ios 14.

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