Photo: EcoHimal
Photo: EcoHimal

Alps - Himalaya: different but still the same


From June 13 2012 to September 30 2012 the exhibition Alps – Himalaya: different but still the same - takes place in Bruneck. Venue is the Messner Mountain Museum Ripa at Schloss Bruneck.

The exhibition builds a visual bridge between two mighty mountain ranges: life in the mountains there and here is different but still the same. Working in the fields, crafts and trades, daily chores and religious symbols are different but still the same. 

A juxtaposition of photographic motives illustrates the harsh conditions for survival at inhospitable elevations which the Alpine inhabitants faced before the rapid changes brought on by modernisation and which are still reality for Himalayan people. 

The exhibition is presented in cooperation with the Freie Universität Bozen and the Messner Mountain Museum Ripa. Within the framework of a cross-cultural project a discussion about Sherpa people in Nepal is desired. 

Exhibition opening times at Schloss Bruneck:

Monday to Friday AM 9:00 - 12:00, PM 2:00 - 5:00

MMM Ripa
Schloss Bruneck
Schlossweg, 2 - I-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
Tel. +39 0474 410220
Fax +39 0474 410525
www.messner-mountain-museum.it

 

Exhibition in the SOS-Kinderdorf Hermann-Gmeiner Akademie Innsbruck

From November 2011 to January 2012 the exhibition Alps-Himalaya was located in the SOS-Kinderdorf Hermann-Gmeiner-Akademie in Innsbruck. EcoHimal and dekade.at created the exhibiton together with the SOS-Kinderdorf Hermann-Gmeiner-Akademie.

Thank you for your visit and the good cooperation!

Exhibition in BIOS in Mallnitz

From July 2011 to October 2011 the exhibition Alps-Himalaya was located in the BIOS Nationalparkzentrum in Mallnitz, Kärnten. Thank you for the great cooperation!

Exhibition in the Haus der Natur in Salzburg

From July 2010 to May 2011 the exhibition Alps-Himalaya was located in the Haus der Natur in Salzburg. Thank you for the great cooperation and the positive feedback!

Photos from the opening ceremony


Kurt Luger, Chairman EcoHimal
Heinz Schaden, Mayor Stadt Salzburg
Kurt Luger, ChairmanEcoHimal, Heinz Schaden, Mayor Stadt Salzburg, Norbert Winding, Director Haus der Natur

Kontakt


EcoHimal Austria Gesellschaft für Zusammenarbeit Alpen-Himalaya
Hofhaymer Allee 11/17
5020 Salzburg
E-Mail: office@ecohimal.org
T: +43 662 829492
ZVR Zahl: 886266575

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