Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Wiebke Krohn.
Jüdisches Museum Wien
Göyr, Hungary, 2005. Booklet, 40 pp., illustrations: 12 col., 8 b&w, 23.5 × 16.5 cm. English.
Xántus János Múzeum (13 May–2 June 2005)
A traveling exhibition organized by the Jewish Museum of Vienna, presenting the story of its establishment and development. Seven brief essays on the Museum’s various incarnations and extensive collections, which have been partially restored since their confiscation by the Nazis. Descriptive entries, including provenance history where known. 66 items.
Városi Hangverseny és Kiállitóterem, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary (10–30 June 2005); Helikon Kastélymúzeum, Keszthely, Hungary (9 July–23 August 2005); Református Nagytemplom, Debrecen, Hungary (29 August–15 September 2005); Zsidó Hitközség, Szeged, Hungary (2–21 October 2005); Magyar Zsidó Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary (28 October 2005–6 January 2006); Jüdisches Museum Wien, Austria (1 July–October 2006)