Atlanta 1996

 

Atlanta 1996


The first ARTIADE was staged in parallel to the hundredth anniversary games in 1996 in Atlanta. Through the efforts of the founder, Renate Westhoff, this unique event had its premiere at this venue.

It was shown in an architecturally beautiful hall at Colony Square Center, Peachtree St. in Atlanta, USA Artists from 27 countries participated at that time. The first ARTIADE had already been a huge success. The idea that not only the athletes of the countries were represented, but also the artists of the participating nations, found excellent acceptance. In addition to reports from „America Week USA“ (a weekly newspaper in Chicago), the „Kronen Zeitung Austria“ (a daily Newspaper) and many others, the well-known and prominent news presenter Elmar Thevesen of German television interviewed the artists in detail. Due to this first impact of the ARTIADE, it was a logical consequence to continue this coherent concept, to make it a permanent cultural component of the Olympic Games. That was the basic idea of this exhibition concept.

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Chosen artists Atlanta

Albania
Pierro Stefan

Argentina
Cora de Lang

Austria
Günter Sander

Canada
Gerad Gendron

Columbia
Liliana Laserna

Germany
Prof. Werner Kroener
Manfred Weig

Ecuador
Prof. Roberto Noboa

Ivory Coast
Prof. Monne Bou

Netherlands
Rini Dado

Iceland
Tolli

Indonesia
Hidayat

Japan
Hisako Kobayashi

Jemen
Migu Seyd

Kroatia
Georg Schell

Kuwait
Hamad Khalaf

Panama
Eduardo Navarro

Romania
Georg Mitrohin

Switzerland
Emanusch

Singapore
Ong Kim Seng

Taiwan
Marlene Tseng-Yu
Prof. Hung-Shu Hu

Tadschikistan
Waldemar Kebleris

Tunesia
Gabriel Beroud
Nja Mahdaoui

Uruguay
Aida Socolovsky

USA
Robert Rector
Linda Mitchell
Richard Vaux
Marlene Tseng Yu

Venezuela
Carlos David

West-Samoa
Penechuro Papalii