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15.10.2020 The photo exhibition " The power of senses. GERMANY 19/19"

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Goethe-Institut in Kazakhstan, with the support of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany, will present the photo exhibition " The power of senses. GERMANY 19/19" within the framework of international cooperation from October 15, 2020.

The exhibition displays photographs that introduce visitors not only to 18 emotional states of a person, but also to the history of democracy and dictatorship in Germany. Those demonstrate the turning points and events that characterize the socio-economic and political development of the country over the past 100 years. Materials of the photo exhibition tells about various feelings and states of people, such as: "Inspiration", "Anger", "Pride", "Trust", "Envy", "Curiosity", "Hope", "Indignation" and others.    

Describing this exhibition, German Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas said: "Senses have been and remain the engine of reforms and democratization processes, as well as the subject of political instrumentalization and manipulation. Politics is made by people, and therefore it is permeated with senses as well as our daily life. It is difficult to make sense of these senses: resentment or fear can blind you, trust could be lost or taken advantage of, empathy can be blunted, and envy can take over. Hope and inspiration can lead to both good and bad. The exhibition materials show exactly what we need in modern political discussions: less anger and fear, more passion for democracy. It's worth fighting for together."

The authors and organizers of the photo exhibition are well-known German historians Ute and Bettina Frefert, the Memory, Responsibility and Future Foundation and the Federal Foundation for the Study of Dictatorship. The exhibition includes about 130 photographs, including the works of a recognized German photographer – Regina Schmecken, as well as materials provided by the Federal archive and the Federal press office and other organizations.

The photo exhibition will be presented offline and online in social networks – on the Museum's Facebook page in four languages (Kazakh, Russian, German, English).

The opening of the exhibition (for press) it will be held on October 15 at 15.00.

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