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Reconstructing Wittgenstein

06.06.2011 to 20.06.2011

Reconstructing Wittgenstein

ARCHITEKTUR


Reconstructing Wittgenstein Reconstructing Wittgenstein

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Reconstructing Wittgenstein

Date:
Jun 6 to 20
Opening: Wed, Jun 8
Venue: Halle F3
Admission free!

Opening Night
Dietmar Steiner, director of the Az W, welcome address and introduction
Panel discussion on living with the modern heritage in Vienna Dietmar Steiner, director of the Az W, August Sarnitz, architecture historian, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Silja Tillner, architect, resident of Haus Gerrit Rietveld, Vienna

Ludwig Wittgenstein will have died 60 years ago on 29 April 2011. The Architekturzentrum Wien marks the occasion by presenting the exhibition \'Reconstructing Wittgenstein\', and discusses the architecture of Ludwig Wittgenstein/Paul Engelmann in the modern context, convention and culture. The publication and the exhibition reflect a reconstruction of its development and document the distinguished Wittgenstein Haus, completed in 1928 in the third district of Vienna, with new photographs (by Thomas Freiler), a video and new drawings.

The exhibition is under the patronage of The President of Austria Dr. Heinz Fischer.
exhibition concept: August Sarnitz


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