To 30 October 2016

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MOZARTPLATZ 1
5010 SALZBURG

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TELL ME ABOUT SALZBURG !

An Exhibition about (Hi)stories of Art and Culture from Salzburg
The special exhibition “Tell Me About Salzburg!” spotlights events and people from two centuries and, in doing so, gives visitors insights into the history of art and culture in Salzburg. All the stories told here originated between 1816 and 2016. At the same time, they reach far back into the past, or had far-reaching consequences for the future. Visitors wandering from room to room and from theme to theme will be given the opportunity to take a closer look at Salzburg and its history from unusual perspectives and in differing narratives.

An overview of the twelve themes:
True Fables! The Fabulous World of Salzburg Sagas and their Relationship to History
Quest into the Past – Salzburg Unearths its History
“Silent Night! Holy Night!” What a Carol Tells us, and what it can Reveal about its Time
On the Trail of Haydn and Mozart: “Reports” on the History of Music in Salzburg
Under the Patronage of the Dowager Empress Caroline Augusta: Salzburg tells its History in its Own Museum!
Time Windows 1866 and 1916: Images of Change
Back to the Future: Salzburg Utopias in the Years Between the Wars I and II
Salzburg and National Socialism. The Oppressive Legacy of History
Wotruba and Thorak: A Salzburg Summit of a Unique Kind
Art under the Banner of the Cold War – or how the “Nuclear Bomb of Cultural Bolshevism” was Ignited in Salzburg
Z“Two Days Facing the Cloud-Kitchen Mountain” (Peter Handke) – Literary Images of Salzburgfilmische Salzburgbilder
Lisl Ponger: the Museum in the Museum

  

curators:
Dr. Christian Flandera
Mag. Werner Friepesz
Mag. Barbara Hagen-Walther
Dir. Dr. Martin Hochleitner
Mag. Peter Husty
Dr. Ernestine Hutter
Dr. Raimund Kastler
Dr. Wilfried Kovacsovics
Dr. Gerhard Plasser
Mag. Urd Vaelske
Dr. Holger Wendling
   

TELL ME ABOUT SALZBURG !

Ciborium, ca 1570, copper gilt, © Salzburg Museum
Ciborium, ca 1570, copper gilt, © Salzburg Museum
Shoe, discovery location: Hallein-Dürrnberg, Salzbergwerk, Latène Periode, 5.–1. century b.C., leather, © Salzburg Museum
Shoe, discovery location: Hallein-Dürrnberg, Salzbergwerk, Latène Periode, 5.–1. century b.C., leather, © Salzburg Museum
Statue of Cupid, the god of love, Discovery site: Salzburg-Aigen, Roman villa in Glas, Roman imperial period, 1st–2nd cent., bronze, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. ARCH 170-69, ARCH 180 a–h, j–m-2003
Statue of Cupid, the god of love, Discovery site: Salzburg-Aigen, Roman villa in Glas, Roman imperial period, 1st–2nd cent., bronze, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. ARCH 170-69, ARCH 180 a–h, j–m-2003
Panel of the Acheloos Mosaic, discovery location: Salzburg, Mozartplatz, Roman Imperial Period, beginning of the 3th century a.C., marble and limestone, © Salzburg Museum
Panel of the Acheloos Mosaic, discovery location: Salzburg, Mozartplatz, Roman Imperial Period, beginning of the 3th century a.C., marble and limestone, © Salzburg Museum
Girl in blue reclining on red sofa, Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), 1919, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 3-52
Girl in blue reclining on red sofa, Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), 1919, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 3-52
Portrait of the writer Oskar A. H. Schmitz, Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), 1918, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1035-2003
Portrait of the writer Oskar A. H. Schmitz, Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), 1918, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1035-2003
The last cavalier, Albert Birkle (1900–1986), 1925, Oil on cardboard, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 14-75
The last cavalier, Albert Birkle (1900–1986), 1925, Oil on cardboard, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 14-75
Lady with yellow hat, Helene von Taussig (1879–1942), 1920–30, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1280-95
Lady with yellow hat, Helene von Taussig (1879–1942), 1920–30, Oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1280-95
Dreamwalker, Franz Graf Schaffgotsch (1902–1942), ca. 1925, Oil on white stuff, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1181-87
Dreamwalker, Franz Graf Schaffgotsch (1902–1942), ca. 1925, Oil on white stuff, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. 1181-87
Apocalyptic Lamb, sitting on the book of the seven seals, wood gilt, 17 century, © Salzburg Museum
Apocalyptic Lamb, sitting on the book of the seven seals, wood gilt, 17 century, © Salzburg Museum
Head of a female portrait bust, Discovery site: Salzburg, Bürglstein necropolis, Roman imperial period, 2nd cent., China clay, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. ARCH 9434
Head of a female portrait bust, Discovery site: Salzburg, Bürglstein necropolis, Roman imperial period, 2nd cent., China clay, Salzburg Museum, inv. no. ARCH 9434
Model of a Hallasch, mid. 20th century, painted wood, © Salzburg Museum
Model of a Hallasch, mid. 20th century, painted wood, © Salzburg Museum

   
   

   
   

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