Friedl Dicker-Brandeis Art Collection and Archive Room

 
in German:
Raum Friedl-Dicker-Brandeis

Project

 

Description

The artist and activist Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, who was born in Vienna in 1898 and murdered in Auschwitz in 1944, is one of the most important protagonists of international modernism. Together with the artist Florian Pumhösl, the Institute will transfer Dicker's work, which is kept at the Angewandte, into an artistically and museologically ambitious exhibition architecture, which will be presented as part of the exhibition of the same name and in an accompanying collection publication.

in German:
Die 1898 in Wien geborene und 1944 in Auschwitz ermordete Künstlerin und Aktivistin Friedl Dicker-Brandeis zählt zu den bedeutenden ProtagonistInnen einer internationalen Moderne. Gemeinsam mit dem Künstler Florian Pumhösl wird das Institut das an der Angewandten aufbewahrte Werk Dickers in eine künstlerisch wie museologisch ambitionierte Ausstellungsarchitektur überführen, die im Rahmen der gleichnamigen Ausstellung und in einer begleitenden Sammlungspublikation präsentiert wird.

Applicant

University of Applied Arts Vienna, Art Collection and Archive

in German:
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Kunstsamlung und Archiv

Website

Location

Austria

Approved

28 Jun 2021

Category

Exhibition

Type

Commemoration / remembrance

Funding

National Fund budget

Please note

The project contents and descriptions are based primarily on the submissions of the project applicants. These submissions are edited for publication and translated into English. Although it is subjected to rigorous checks, the National Fund does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided.