The thing that is special about the Jung-Neumann Letters Conference is how it speaks all in the same time to the to the mind, to the soul and to the imagination. Probably the most powerful experience for the participants was the slidshow of paintings by Erich Neumann presented by Tamar Kron, about which we will write more tomorrow. The other powerful imaginative event was the presentation of recently released The Red Book Limited Edition Fine Art Prints by DigitalFusion. It is made of limited edition of Jung’s full-page drawing with an official documentation from the Jung Foundation. A leading innovator in image-reproduction technology, DigitalFusion has spared no effort in reproducing Jung’s exquisite pages as exactly, and as beautifully as possible.
The prints consist of:
- 77 individual curated images, each presented in edition of 1500.
- Each print is authenticated through laser engraving and includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity and description by Professor Sonu Shamdasani, UCL Centre for the History of Psychological Disciplines, London, UK.
The prints were introduced by Hugh Milstein from DigitalFusion in the presentation entitled: „Art, Technology and Preservation of Jung’s Red Book”. It summerized the development of digital technology through which such an accurate digitalization of Carl Jung’s drawings was made possible.
The Jung-Neumann Letters – A Book Launch and International Conference, Israel 2015
The Long awaited publication of the Correspondence between C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann, the Jung-Neumann Letters edited by Martin Liebscher, were published March 2015 by Princeton University Press. To mark this important event an international conference is being held jointly sponsored by The Foundation for the Works of C. G. Jung, the Neumann family, The Philemon Foundation, the International Association of Analytical Psychology, and The Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology. The invited speakers will present recent discoveries and new perspectives pertaining to the correspondence, the relationship between Jung and Neumann, and the broad range issues they discussed. The conference takes place in Kibbutz Shefayim, 20 minutes north of Tel Aviv, the home of Erich Neumann.