History

1959
Frankreich
Schweiz

(ohne Katalog)
1960
Spanien

Picasso – Miró – Tàpies – Saura – Chillida
(ohne Katalog)
1961
Österreich

(ohne Katalog)
1962
Großbritannien

(ohne Katalog)
1963
Italien

(ohne Katalog)
1964
Holland

Zeichnungen des 17. Jhs. & Radierungen von Rembrandt
1965
Griechenland

1966
Goya

1967
Japan

Ukiyo-e
Sammlung Otto Riese
1968
Toulouse-Lautrec

1969
Jugoslawien

1970
Brasilien

1971
Honoré Daumier

1972
Türkei – Pergamon

In Erinnerung an Erich Boehringer
1973
Schweden

1974
Ingelheim

774 – 1974
1975
Mexiko

Präkolumbianische Kunst
1976
USA 200

(ohne Katalog)
1977
Edouard Manet

Das graphische Werk
1978
Polen

1979
Paul Klee

1980
Belgien

1981
Pablo Picasso

1982
Westafrika

Schätze aus der Sammlung Barbier-Mueller
1983
Norwegen

1984
Korea

1985
100 Jahre Kunst in Deuschland

Anlässlich des 100-jährigen Jubiläums von Boehringer Ingelheim
1986
Burgund

11. bis 15. Jahrhundert
1987
Venedig

16. bis 18. Jahrhundert
1988
Prag

1989
Berlin

Die 20er Jahre
1990
Wien – Biedermeier

1992
Türkei

16. bis 18. Jahrhundert
1993
Indianer Nordamerikas

1994
Paris

Die 50er Jahre
1995
Ungarn

Avantgarde & traditionelle Bauernkultur
1996
Schwaben

Malerei des 19.  Jahrhunderts
1997
Ursprung und Vision

Paul Gauguin, Emil Nolde & die Kunst der Südsee
1998
Die Explosion der Farbe

Fauvismus & Expressionismus
2000
Dem Portrait auf der Spur

Serienbild & Variation
2001
Japan

Japanische Kunst & europäische Moderne um 1900
2002
Figuren Afrikas

Sammlung Dieter Scharf
2003
Das Geheimnis der Photographie

Das Bild des Menschen im 20. Jahrhundert
2004
Das Geheimnis der Photographie

Landschaft & Stilleben
2005
Tinguely in Ingelheim

Das Abc einer wundersamen Welt
2006
Andy Warhol

Me, Myself and I
2007
Picasso

2008
Miró

Der Alchimist
2009
Chagall

2010
Zeitkurven der grafischen Künste

2010
Rheingau

Albert Renger-Patzsch und Axel Hütte
2011
Adolf Wölfli

2012
Dürer. Rembrandt. Goya

Drei Giganten der grafischen Künste
2013
Wortkünstler – Bildkünstler

Von Goethe bis Ringelnatz. Und Herta Müller
2014
Von Liebermann bis Nolde.

Impressionismus in Deutschland auf Papier
2015
Lyonel Feininger / Alfred Kubin

Eine Künstlerfreundschaft
2016
Besser scheiter. Fail better.

Videos von internationalen Künstler*innen
2017
Emil Nolde. Die Grotesken

2018
Mensch! Skulptur

2019
Vergessene Moderne

Kunst zwischen den Weltkriegen
2020
Paul Klee. Tierisches

The Internationale Tage is a cultural commitment of Boehringer Ingelheim since 1959.

There is no need to travel to the world’s big museums to acquaint oneself with Japanese coloured wood engravings and masks from the South Seas, antiquities from Pergamon and the works of Picasso, the Viennese „Biedermeier“ or the spirit of the Fifties in Paris. For over four decades the Internationale Tage have provided equally good insights into the art and culture of our world with the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) in Ingelheim on the Rhine acting as the venue for the annual thematic exhibitions.

Initialy, the idea was to provide some perspective of the life and culture of other nations and peoples in the surroundings of an international company: in 1959, the basic idea of being receptive to and learning more about other cultures led Dr. Ernst Boehringer, in his capacity as co-owner of the family-owned company Boehringer Ingelheim, to organise a festival of culture. Throughout almost three decades, the Internationale Tage team was spearheaded by Dr. François Lachenal (1918–1997).

The first Internationale Tage were devoted to our neighbour France and comprised a small exhibition and a colourful programme ranging from talks to culinary specialities. The basic format for the future had been established and the Internationale Tage were destined to grow with a dynamism of their own.

The exhibitions soon became the focal point of the event and in 1966 it was possible for the first time to exhibit the work of a single artist: Goya. The manifold increase in sources of information in our times nowadays demands and facilitates the organisation of carefully and scientifically researched art exhibitions and these have now been attracting the attention of international experts for some considerable time. A programme of accompanying events and the fact that the Internationale Tage have become an integral part of the culture of the region ensure that they enjoy both a large public response as well as special status throughout the whole of the Rhine-Main region.

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