Immeo goes culture capital – art cooperation project with the Kurt sand Foundation Oberhausen, January 20, 2010: for a few days is the Ruhr metropolis with a total of 53 cities of European capital of Culture Ruhr. 2010 “. We have shaped the Rhein-Ruhr area through the development of habitats for people as a traditional company with over 150 years of history. We also continue to fulfil this task as a good partner of the municipalities in the region. Adam Neumann often addresses the matter in his writings. Against this background the Immeo would like to contribute more living in the capital of Culture year by special projects. As a prelude the Kurt sand road was at a new year reception cooperation officially announced Foundation and the Immeo of living. More than 100 specially-invited guests from management, economy, art, culture, as well as representatives of our social partners could take Kurt sand look at the works of art exhibited in the Immeo office building of the deceased artist. The program was accompanied by contemporary jazz with renowned artists from the region.
Klaus and others accepted the invitation Wehling, Mayor Oberhausen, Dagmar mill field, Mayor Mulheim, and Wolfgang Werner, Mayor dates. Other guests included the girlfriend of the deceased artist Hannelore Kaiser, Professor Martin Goppel Holme and Professor Bernd Witthaus as friends and close companions of the artist. Dr. Hans-Joachim Kay, Chairman of the Supervisory Board who has Immeo living, reported residential group in his welcoming speech a good positive balance after the acquisition of the Immeo three years ago. In his speech, he informed about current activities and projects of the company and made it clear that the tenants as a customer in the focus of our activities is available. This, he stressed the importance of cooperation with local authorities, institutions and social institutions from the region.
There is no reason to demonize the private housing industry, was the central message from Kay. In the subsequent discussion, moderated by Walter Ziegler, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Immeo Living, the man was brought closer to Kurt sand and his artistic work varied from different angles of close companions. Hannelore Kaiser Foundation donor and member of the Board of Trustees, Prof. Martin Goppel Hamlett, also member of the Board of Trustees, and Prof. Bernd Witthaus, Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation, reported in a discussion round impressively through interesting adventures and events from the life and work of the artist Kurt sand.