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The Museum der Moderne Salzburg launches a series of exhibitions on artists who experienced life in exile

Thousands of artists and other creative professionals fled Germany after the Nazis seized power in 1933; thousands more escaped from Austria after the ?Anschluss? in 1938. Involuntary emigration meant loss and isolation, but it also compelled exiles to work in entirely new circumstances and, as it were, reinvent themselves. Having honed their skills in the creative professions of their choice, these four Jewish women artists were forced by emigration to rebuild their lives and careers.
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