Casa di Goethe Stipendium

Scholarship holders 1

DaimlerChrysler 1998-2006

From 1998 to 2006 DaimlerChrysler-AG supported the Casa di Goethe scholarship programme.
In our online catalogue you can find both the publications 1998-2002 and 2003-2006 which are dedicated to the scholarship holders’ works.

To Rome came:

Mimmo Catania (conceptual artist)
Installation on Goethe’s life on the Corso
October 1998 – March 1999

Martin Zeller (photographer)
Engagement with Goethe’s colour theory with photographic techniques.
April – June 1999

Sigrid Damm (writer)
Stories about Johann Wolfgang Goethe, August von Goethe, Ottilie von Goethe, Johann Gottfried Herder
July – December 1999

Joachim Berger (historian)
Duchess Anna Amalia von Weimar’s stay in Italy (1788-90)
January – March 2000

Sibylle Lewitscharoff (writer)
Novel project (Montgomery)
April – June 2000

Siglint Kessler (author and book illustrator)
Children’s book project “The Roman House”
July – December 2000

Jörg-Dieter Kogel (editor and author)
Ingeborg Bachmann in Rome
March – April 2001

Friedrich Christian Delius (writer)
Biographic narrative about the history of his parents in fascist Rome
April – July 2001

Jenny Freksa-Friedrich (journalist)
Portrait of the German-Italian publisher couple Inge and Giangiacomo Feltrinelli
July – October 2001

Franjo Tholen (visual artist)
“Remnants of a happy present“ – artistic engagement with Goethe’s Arcadia
November 2001 – February 2002

Omar Saavedra Santis (writer)
Novel project Magna Diva
May – September 2002

Hubert Schelle (architect/draughtsman)
Roman vedute
October – November 2002

Christian Civitillo (director)
Short film based on Josef Winkler Natura Morta – a Roman novella
January – March 2003

Pietro Scanzano (radio and television author)
German voices in Rome – audio montage
April – June 2003

Friedrich Jaecker (composer)
Compositional engagement with a Goethe text in connection with a research paper on Giacinto Scelsi
July – October 2003

Barbara Camilla Tucholski (painter)
Letting the eye be light. Drawings on Goethe’s tracks in Rome
November 2003 – February 2004

Kerstin Wagenschwanz (landscape artist)
Il Giardino ritrovato – The rediscovered garden or: Bramante’s heirs
March – June 2004

Martin Dönike (Germanist and art historian)
Friedrich Bury’s letters from Italy 1788 to 1798
August – October 2004

Christoph Becker (writer)
Scripta manens: a history of the acts and manuscripts on the case of Giordano Bruno
February – May 2005

André Werner (composer)
Composition of the final plateau of the opera “Titus A.” based on Shakespeare
June – August 2005

Anke Becker (visual artist)
„Vie fuori Roma“ – Drawings beyond the historical centre
September – December 2005

Giandomenico Bonanni (historian)
“A baronial exile” – Karl Löwith in Rome (1934-36)
January – April 2006

Claudia Schmacke (visual artist)
Sculptural capriccios in public spaces and the video “Roman trick fountains”
May – August 2006

Karl Wolfgang Biehusen (journalist and author)
“Timeless travel”: Experience Rome with Hermann Allmers (radio, TV and print media)
September/October 2006