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The Power and Splendour of Baroque! 15,000 magnificent square meters – 2,000 stunning exhibits – 1,300 moving years. The DomQuartier Salzburg will be a unique highlight in the heart of Salzburg starting in May 2014. One tour, one ticket, one adventure! A single admission ticket lets you experience an extraordinary walking tour of the museum, closed to the public for 200 years. Starting in the Residence, you will walk through the Residence State Rooms, the Residence Gallery, the Cathedral Museum and St. Peter's Museum. The baroque Rossacher collection can also be admired at the North Oratory.
More info on travel to Salzburg: http://www.ricksteves.com/europe/austria/salzburg We visit Salzburg — a world-class destination for live music — with over 2,000 performances bringing life to its churches and palaces year-round. Then, we'll take a train and boat to the lovely lakeside town of Hallstatt. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
My photo trip to beautiful Salzburg in 2016. Salzburg is an Austrian city on the border of Germany, with views of the Eastern Alps. The city is divided by the Salzach River, with medieval and baroque buildings of the pedestrian Altstadt (Old City) on its left bank, facing the 19th-century Neustadt (New City) on its right. The Altstadt birthplace of famed composer Mozart is preserved as a museum displaying his childhood instruments.
Galéria/"falošný tunel" na ceste k Steinplatte pri Loferi, Salzbursko, Rakúsko
Top of Salzburg 3029 m.n.p.m - Kitzsteinhorn
Salzburg - a city of artists and art lovers Famous composers, authors, singers, painters, gallery owners and conductors, have left their marks on the city. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Michael Haydn, Georg Trakl, Thomas Bernhard, Stefan Zweig, Arturo Toscanini, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Oskar kokoschka, Maria von Trapp, Herbert von Karajan, Peter Handke and Gerard Mortier -- to name but a few -- significantly influenced the city's cultural development. 4,000 events to choose from The year's wide variety of cultural events, nearly 4,000 in number, are Salzburg's pulsating heart. In addition to the internationally renowned and much-noticed events such as the Salzburg Festival, Mozart Week and Advent Singing, the calendar of events is enhanced with new concert series or festivals each year. Salzbu...
We are proud to present the first Cars & Coffee event in Austria hosted by Kaffee & Kurven. Experience the vibes of this impressive phenomenon in the city of Salzburg. Stunning landscape and exclusive cars combinded in one of the most popular cities of the world. Join us for a private gala dinner in one of the numerous castles of the Salzburg area, where the cars will be parked in exhibition-style next to the building. Enjoy an evening with like-minded people in an outstanding ambiance. Enjoy the delicious local food and of course a nice cup of coffee with friends. After a relaxing night, the public part of the event will take place at the beautiful castle Schloss Klessheim, the Casino Salzburg. The cars will arrive at 11:00 am and will be displayed for three hours in exhibition style. ...
Montblanc VIP Guests attend the Young Directors Project Premiere Party at Gallery Ropac, Salzburg, Austria The YDP (Young Directors Project) has been an asset to the Salzburg Festival programme since 2002. This successful competition, which each year showcases four young directors and their ensembles, is generously supported by Montblanc International and has become an indispensable part of the summer festival. This year's expert jury including Dr. Helga Rabl-Stadler (President of the Salzburg Festival), Thaddaeus Ropac (Ropac Gallery), Brigitte Hobmeier, actress and this year's "Paramour", author Michael Kóhlmeier and director Ulrich Khuon (Deutsches Theater, Berlin) will award the best directing talent a prize of EUR 10,000, donated by Montblanc. The winner will also receive the Montbla...
The exhibition Fiat Lux at the gallery Ruzicska in Salzburg, Austria, gathers works that deal with light by Jenny Holzer (“Four Corners: Truisms, Living” and “Torso”), Brigitte Kowanz (“Ad infinitum”, “Brightness”, “Remoteness” and “Vision”), François Morellet (“4 í 4 no. 3″ and “Lunatique neonly – 16 quarts de cercle No. 6″), Maurizio Nannucci (“Listen to your eyes”), Keith Sonnier (“Ballroom Chandelier”), James Turrell (“Squat, Red”), and Richard Long (“Seeming lightness of light”). Impressions from the opening reception, Ruzicska Gallery, Salzburg / Austria, July 25, 2008. PS: The monumental sculpture on display in front of the gallery is by AES+F. More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter....
Stephan Balkenhol "Neue Skulpturen" at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg (28 August - 28 October 2017) Short video including views of the artworks, as well as comments from the artist himself. Video by David Neumayr & Lucas Triebl.
Rundum ein Hingucker: Kunst-Litfaßsäulen Salzburg 2017
Ein paar Skizzen und Ideen zu einem möglichen neuen Stück. El Estifi von von Flamenco-Salzburg (http://flamenco-salzburg.com), por soleá, soleá por bulerías, bulerías - Ideen in C#. Flamenco Metronom (Oscar Herrero), Gitarre von Andrés D. Marvi
VR Summit Salzburg 2017 at Salzburg University of Applied Sciences (FH Salzburg) followed the successful 2016's summit with even more insights in VR and AR technologies in the areas of Entertainment, Health, Tourism and Mobility: - top speakers from all over the world: Pascal Levensohn, Nils Wollny, Anders Hakfelt, Anton Fuhrmann, Mel Cheng,... - panels with industry representatives (Porsche Informatik, SalzburgerLand Tourismus GmbH, APEX Ventures, Sony DACD) and students - different try out stations: from 360° videos to VR racing simulator - and for the first time, together with our partners, FH Salzburg put up a challenge and awarded three innovative projects with the Innovation Award www.vr-summit-salzburg.at! Videographer and Editor: Michael Winiecki
(PRESS "CC" ON THE PLAYER FOR CAPTIONS) The worsening impacts of climate change could force over 140 million people to move within their countries by 2050, according to a new World Bank report, Groundswell: Preparing for Internal Climate Migration. It finds that unless urgent climate and development action is taken globally and nationally, Latin America, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa could see tens of millions of people forced to move from increasingly non-viable areas of their countries due to growing problems like water scarcity, crop failure, sea-level rise and storm surges. Download the report now http://wrld.bg/25yI30iWZ6v
From 18 March until 16 May 2015 Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is delighted to host a major exhibition of new works by Anselm Kiefer at the gallery in Salzburg. Under the title "Im Gewitter der Rosen" [In the storm of roses], Kiefer has assembled a series of canvases, overpainted collages, watercolours and sculptures sharing the thematic dialectic of war and peace, love and pain, beauty and destruction. These leitmotifs draw primarily on three literary sources: Ingeborg Bachmann's (1926-73) poem "In the Storm of Roses" (1953), the mediaeval love poem "Under der Linden" [Under the lime-tree] by Walther von der Vogelweide (c.1170-c.1230), and Arthur Rimbaud's (1854-91) early sonnet "Le Dormeur du val" [The sleeper in the valley] (1870). It is not only the analytical reflection on the functions and ...
Punch, liver hook, low-kick
In the programme of exhibitions announced this summer on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of its gallery in Salzburg, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is delighted to announce an exhibition of works by legendary American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. The gallery has invited French actress Isabelle Huppert to curate the exhibition.