Mo. 11.04.2022

(Un)Pleasant Journey. The Life of Stefan Edlis after HIM

The exhibition tells the eventful life story of Stefan Edlis, who had to flee Vienna with his mother and siblings at the age of sixteen and in the following decades became one of the most important international collectors of contemporary art in the USA.
 

Press releases


Passport Stefan Edlis
© Jüdisches Museum Wien
HIM at the Warsaw Ghetto, 2013
© wikimedia commons_Foto Marcije Szczepariczyk
Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson at MCA Chicago
© MCA Chicago_Foto Nathan Keay
Stefan, Lotte and Herbert
© Privatbesitz Familien Edlis_Wassner und Motz_Warburton, Foto Bronislawa Wistreich
Stefan Edlis as a race driver
© Privatbesitz Gael Neeson
Gael Neeson and HIM
© Privatbesitz Gael Neeson
Stefan Edlis and Maurizio Cattelan
© Privatbesitz Gael Neeson
Stefan Edlis after arrival in the US, 1941/42
© Privatbesitz Familie Edlis
Exhibition poster
© Fuhrer Wien
Edlis family picture
© Jüdisches Museum Wien
Exhibition view 1
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 2
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 3
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 4
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 5
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 6
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 7
© David Bohmann
Exhibition view 8
© David Bohmann
fLTR. Danielle Spera, Victoria Reggie Kennedy, Gael Neeson
© Ouriel Morgensztern
fLTR. Jasper Sharp, Gilles Pécout, Victoria Reggie Kennedy, Mordechai Rodgold, Brigitte Bierlein, Sarah Tysman, Aurora Marthens, Danielle Spera, Gael Neeson, Bogdan Roščić, Thaddäus Ropac, Michaela Vocelka
© Ouriel Morgensztern



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