The Jewish Museum Vienna supports numerous national and international exhibition projects at museums, cultural institutions, and scientific research institutes with its objects. Together with its collection, it is one of Europe’s most important and extensive Jewish museums.
Loan applications must be sent in writing to the Head Office of the Jewish Museum Vienna:
Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Wien GmbH c/o Barbara Staudinger Dorotheergasse 11 1010 Vienna AUSTRIA
For preliminary information, please contact the colleagues of the responsible departments:
Dr. Daniela Schmid
Dr. Domagoj Akrap
Art & Graphics
Mag. Andrea Winklbauer
Dr. Gabriele Kohlbauer-Fritz (for inquiries about Judaica objects)
Mag. Sabine Apostolo
The loan request should contain the following information:
Borrower: address of the institution, name of the person in charge
Location: exact address (if necessary, the JMW reserves the right to request a facility report.)
List of desired objects: title, artist, material / technique, inventory number
Loan applications must be submitted no later than four months before the start of the exhibition. Short-term applications are not processed for organizational reasons. The Jewish Museum Vienna prepares its own lending contracts for the purpose of an outgoing loan.
Reasons for Refusing Loan Applications
Non-compliance with museum standards
Loan Condition Test
Every loan transaction poses a certain risk for the requested object. The conservator of the JMW will therefore check the condition and lending ability of the requested objects before each loan transaction. This test determines if and which conservation and restoration measures are required. Furthermore, it is decided which transport specifications and exhibition conditions are to be observed.
The transport of the loans from the JMW to the borrower and back has to be done at the expense of the borrower. It is a requirement of the JMW that the transport of the loans must be handled by the company hs art service GmbH.
The insurance of the loans is registered by the JMW at the expense of the borrower at UNIQA Kunstversicherung, Untere Donaustraße 21, 1029 Vienna.
Upon request and against reimbursement of expenses, the borrower is provided with suitable, high-resolution image data for reproduction. After licensing, the JMW authorizes the reproduction of the image material in corresponding publications that appear in the scope of the exhibition. The borrower has the personal responsibility to investigate and clarify the rights. It is expressly pointed out that the JMW is to be indemnified and held harmless against any copyright claims of third parties.