Whether in a separate room or in the women’s gallery (– Jewish women in the synagogue have been (and in some cases still are) invisible to the praying male congregation. This only changed in the course of liberal reforms starting in the 19th century. Our exhibition “The invisible woman” in the Former Kriegshaber Synagogue artistically explores the presence and absence of the female in the synagogue and can be visited until September 13 from Thursday to Sunday.

It includes works by Gisela Frank, Nicole Gruber, Anna Huxel, Verena Kandler, Norbert Kiening, Anna Maria Moll, Olga Mos, Brigitte Weber and Nina Zeilhofer who talk about their pieces here:

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