until 25.04.2016, GrazMuseum, Sackstraße 18, 8010 Graz The Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance (DÖW) was founded by former resistance fighters, persecuted people, and committed scholars in Vienna in 1963. The extensive inventory of the DÖW also hosts about 200 artworks. These are important documents of the traumatic experience and irrepressible desire for freedom of a [...]

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Selected fotographies by Hanan Isachar, 9.2.-8.4.2016, Bibelzentrum, Breite Gasse 4-8/1, 1070 Vienna

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Susan Philipsz – Night and Fog, Soundinstallation in the Jewish Cemetery Hohenems, January 30, 2016 – April 03, 2016 Susan Philipsz – Night and Fog A Sound Installation at two venues: at Kunsthaus Bregenz and in the Jewish Cemetery, Hohenems. exhibition at Kunsthaus Bregenz in cooperation with the Jewish Museum Hohenems. Curators of the exhibition: [...]

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14.12.2015 bis 25.02.2016, Dokumentationsarchiv, Altes Rathaus, Wipplingerstraße 6-8, 1010 Wien (Eingang im Hof)

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02.03. – 20.04.2016 im DÖW, Wipplingerstr. 6-8, 1010 Wien

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28.01. – 16.05.2016, Wien Museum, Karlsplatz 8, 1040 Wien

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03.11.2015 – 28.03.2016, Jüdisches Museum Wien, Dorotheergasse 11, 1010 Wien The university – the hope of the Jews and the site of bloody pogroms. A story of inclusion and exclusion from a Jewish perspective. An exhibition about the 650-year relationship between the Jews and the university in Vienna. When Rudolph IV founded the University of [...]

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16. October 2015 – 12. June 2016, Special Exhibition at the Sigmund Freud Museum

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2.10.2015 – 31.05.2016, Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Laudongasse 15–19, 1080 Wien

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20.09.2015 – 08.05.2016, Jüdisches Museum Wien Judenplatz, 1010 Wien Simon Wiesenthal (1908–2005) played a leading role in facing up to the Nazi past and wrote an important chapter in aspects of Austria’s post-war history that some would have preferred to forget. For Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor born in Galicia, Vienna became the hub of an [...]

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