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Elisa Springer’s eloquent silence

On January 24, 2023, an exhibition about Elisa Springer opens at the Austrian Cultural Forum in Rome. Her story was already part of the exhibition "Persecuted. Engaged. Married. Marriages of convenience in exile" at the Jewish Museum Vienna in 2018.
13. January 2023 | Sabine Apostolo
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“Was quite OK”

From the visitors’ book of the new permanent exhibition in Museum Judenplatz
05. December 2022 | Adina Seeger & Domagoj Akrap
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Calendar, Calendar!

At first sight, Jewish and Julian-Gregorian calendar are very different. Or maybe more similar than expected?
18. November 2022 | Hannah Landsmann
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The Sphinx and the Crocodile

A conversation in "The Viennese Rothschilds" exhibition
13. January 2022 | Hannah Landsmann
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Out and about in "Our City!" - Leopoldstadt

With stitch and thread. A walk between yesterday and today
03. January 2022 | Hannah Landsmann
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“Tomorrow becomes today and today becomes yesterday.”

On the 100th birthday of Helga and Ilse Aichinger
01. November 2021 | Sabine Apostolo
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Olympics at the Jewish Museum Vienna

Only eight hits in the museum inventory? Is the Jewish Museum Vienna really that unathletic? By no means!
28. July 2021 | Hannah Landsmann
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After the men’s European championship is before the women’s European championship - a look forward with a look back

While the eagerly awaited European Men’s Soccer Championship is being celebrated these days in a corona-compliant manner, the Austrian female footballers are preparing for their appearance at the UEFA Women’s EC in England next year.
06. July 2021 | Agnes Meisinger
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Out and about in "Our City!" - Josefstadt

A municipal housing estate now stands at the site of the synagogue consecrated and opened in 1903 at Neudeggergasse 12 in Vienna’s eight district.
10. June 2021 | Hannah Landsmann
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Dear Doctor...

Wishing living persons a happy birthday is common practice, but as an explorer of the soul, will it not seem particularly strange to you that one writes letters to the dead?
06. May 2021 | Hannah Landsmann
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Out and about in "Our City!" - Währing

The incorporated suburbs of Währing, Weinhaus, Gersthof, Pötzleinsdorf, Neustift am Walde and Salmannsdorf have been part of the Währing district since 1892.
07. April 2021 | Hannah Landsmann
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21. December 2020 | Hannah Landsmann
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What you wouldn’t see otherwise or Tanuki writes a letter

Dear Mr. Ephrussi, Dear Viktor, you would never have thought that a netsuke, a Japanese something to fasten the sagemono to the kimono belt, would ever write to you, would you?...
13. May 2020 | Hannah Landsmann
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Hedy Mandl at the Opera Ball

04. May 2020 | Andrea Winklbauer