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Vienna
Friday, July 20, 2018
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The importance of art depends on what society makes of it. Four pillars of Vienna’s art scene told us how they – a museum director, a curator, a gallerist and an art collector – want to affect and promote artists and their work.  Hans-Peter Wipplinger Director of the Leopold Museum“A museum...
It’s no secret that Austria values its privacy.  We spoke to several people for whom the defense of privacy has become a way of life. And luckily for us, they were willing to talk about it – through their examples, illustrating the various ways in which this city’s culture...
The rector of the Danube University Krems on education reform, collaboration along the river and the benefits of studying in the countryside.It’s easy to understand why people would want to study here. From the rolling hills coated in vineyards to the petite village streets of Krems an der Donau,...
It takes all types to build a Republic. We give a voice to people from different backgrounds and generations who shaped and continue to shape Austria.
For years Renate Brauner has been a key player in the planning and follow-through on Vienna’s Smart City initiative. She wrote you a letter about how Vienna aims to get smart(er) and what the term “Smart City” even means for the often hailed Capital of “Quality of Life”.  Dear Readers,Europe...
As we enter or leave this world, there are those seldom-thanked individuals that accompany us. We spoke to people who think and talk about living and dying every dayMidwifeTalk about “midwifery” to an American, and they will start thinking about antiquated methods of childbearing. Midwives were gradually replaced by...
We spoke to the Austrian-born serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist Hermann Hauser about betting on the market, reading a team and digging into new technologies.Hermann Hauser lost his first bet. He was a child in Wörgl, Tyrol and wagered one Schilling that the road between their suburban village and...
She gets high on people daring to say “I do”. This bubbly expat has dedicated her livelihood to capturing celebrations of loveMichelle Mock, Wedding Photographer “When they’re saying their vows, I still get a little choked up. It’s two who have found each other in a world of so many people, saying ‘I do,’ come hell...
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