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30. 10 – 15.11.2014, Galerie Suppan Contemporary, Habsburgergasse 5, 1010 Vienna

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3. 11. 2014– 15. 3. 2015, Schloss Potzneusiedl

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19.10.-08.03.2015, Salomon Sulzer Hall, Schweizer Str. 21, Hohenems In the late 19th century, a German-Jewish emigrant to the USA changed the world. With Emil Berliner’s invention of the gramophone and the record, the age of mass entertainment had found its first medium. The first global culture spanning the world was born. Over a time period [...]

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08.10.2014-08.03.2015, Jewish Museum Vienna, Dorotheergasse 11, 1010 Vienna Eating is an important part of every culture – influenced by local conditions, intercultural developments, historical circumstances, religious and secular traditions, and customs. Did Noah have pigs in the Ark? Does every Jewish household have two kitchens? What does matzo contain and how do you get from [...]

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1. bis 31. Oktober 2014, Hauptbücherei, Veranstaltungssaal, 3. OG, Urban-Loritz-Platz 2a, 1070 Wien

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10.09.2014 – 01.2015, Museum Judenplatz, Judenplatz 8, 1010 Vienna The Südbahnhotel in Semmering near Vienna is the symbol of a modern and artistically inspiring epoch. Artists like Arthur Schnitzler, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Karl Kraus, Alfred Polgar, Peter Altenberg, Gustav Mahler, Franz Werfel, Stefan Zweig, Sigmund Freud, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Felix Salten, and Robert Musil, all of [...]

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18.06. – 09.11., Museum Dorotheergasse Before the reform movement women had no active function in the religious service, but they have always played an important role in traditional communities as donors of textiles for the synagogue. They often provided hand-made Torah curtains and mantles and other sacral textiles. Some even reworked their wedding dress into [...]

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12.06.2014 – 11.01.2015, Papyrusmuseum der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek, Heldenplatz, 1010 Vienna

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