Exhibition Archive

War Views by Anzhelika Palyvoda and Vladyslav Riaboshtan

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exakt! The World of Anton Paar

What began as a locksmith’s shop in 1922 has long since become a family-run global group. At Anton Paar, there is a special spirit of innovation that combines working out high-tech solutions with traditional craftsmanship. This spirit takes centre stage in the exhibition at the Graz Museum: What does Anton Paar actually do and what does Anton Paar stand for? What is behind the world of surveying and measuring?

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Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda…

The exhibition shows the close symbiosis that Graz entered into with the new invention of the modern bicycle in the late nineteenth century: As a stronghold of early cycling clubs and a centre of the bicycle industry, as a scene of lively bicycle activism from the 1970s onwards and a city for ambitious visions of the future.

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Jochen Rindt, Myth, Graz

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The City as a Data Field

With its contribution to the extended Cultural Year 2020, the Graz Museum addresses current technological and societal developments concerning the city in general and Graz in particular. The exhibition imparts knowledge, promotes an understanding of the present and encourages exchange between city residents.

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SYD MEAD – FUTURE CITIES

The Graz Museum presents the first solo exhibition in Austria with works by Syd Mead, the visionary of utopian film worlds and futuristic design who passed away in late 2019. Syd Mead, who created groundbreaking designs for companies such as Ford, Chrysler, Philips Electronics and Sony, worked for Hollywood since the 1970s. He created both breathtaking and futuristic worlds for legendary science fiction movies (Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Tron, Blade Runner, Aliens II, Mission to Mars, Elysium) that continue to have a lasting influence on film, industrial and game designers as well as architects and urban planners to this day.

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SCHLOSSBERG 1982

The 1981/82 black and white photo series created by the Graz-based Slovenian/Austrian photographer Branko Lenart is probably the most extensive photographic work of the 20th and 21st centuries on Graz’s local mountain. The almost completely deserted views illustrate the intertwining of cultural and natural space. The unusual and yet familiar views allow for a new interpretation of the mountain freed from the tourist postcard view.

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Unbuilt Graz

The exhibition at the Graz Museum presents a selection of unrealised architecture of the 20th century in its socio-political context. Plans such as the Scheiner high-rise department store at Jakominiplatz (1929/30), the Garden City Marienwiese (1947), the Trigon Museum in the Pfauengarten (1988-93) or the Kunsthaus in the Schloßberg (1997) are exemplary in Graz for the perpetual debate about the compatibility of modern building culture with the preservation of the historic old town.

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City Looking for Mountain

An exhibition on the history of the Graz Section of the Alpine Association founded 150 years ago.

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The Great Rupture

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Bridges Baths Boulevards

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ŠTAJER-MARK

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The Gruabn. The Heart of Sturm

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Different in a Perfectly Normal Manner

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Camp Liebenau-Graz

The GrazMuseum will show the first scientific exhibition on the former camp in Liebenau-Graz that has been in the focus of the culture of remembrence for many years.

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In the House of Cards of the First Republic. Graz 1918–1938

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Ecotopia

The exhibition shows scientific contributions oh FH JOANNEUM on the fields like conservation of resources, innovative mobility and regional food supply.

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Looking at Graz!

The exhibition shows 426 photographs, which were taken at as many bus and tram stops in Graz, and photographically describes the actual state of affairs of the city.

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Shaping Human Cities

The exhibition Shaping Human Cities presents experiments which took place within the framework of the Human Cities Project in eleven cities.

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Jukebox. Jewkbox!

The exhibition Jukebox. Jewkbox! was a journey through the world of music that has changed many a life.

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mp 1968/2017

The echoes from five decades in the anniversary exhibition of steirischer herbst were presented at the GrazMuseum.

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This Wilderness Has Culture

GrazMuseum traced fifty years of eventful festival activities, presented some curious archival finds and asked people to donate their personal memories of the festival in a video message.

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Inge Morath Portraits

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Right in the Middle of it

This exhibition was about people with learning difficulties. About how they see the world and how they see themselves.

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