Until their destruction in 1938, Vienna’s synagogues were an integral component of the urban architecture and culture. The virtual reconstruction gives an illuminating insight into these disappeared Viennese spaces.More
The living room of the Glück family is a completely normal Viennese living room from the 1920s, and then again not, since while most of the furniture belonging to the Jews of Vienna was “aryanized” after 1938, the Glück family’s ended up in New York in 1939.More
After two years of intensive preparations, the Jewish Museum Vienna presented its new permanent exhibition, a retrospective of Jewish presence and achievement in Vienna. Twenty-five years after its (re-) establishment the museum once again set an innovative standard.More
VALIE EXPORT intervenes in the Visible Display and archive of the Jewish Museum Vienna. Using objects and documents from the Museum collections, she functions as a temporary curator, creating an installation in the room that most obviously reflects the act of collecting and remembering.More
Start the slideshow to browse through a unique visual archive featuring leaflets and posters from some twenty years of Jewish Vienna Museum exhibitions - the images often works of art in themselves as much as the collections and artifacts they aim to publicize.
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