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Globetrotter Alma M. Karlin in focus of Vienna exhibition

By: J.S., STA

An exhibition on Alma M. Karlin (1889-1950) will open today at the Weltmuseum Wien, shedding light on the life and work of the famed Slovenian author and globetrotter.

Open until 18 January, the show’s concept mirrors the 2020 monograph Endless Travels of Alma M. Karlin by Barbara Trnovec, a curator from the Celje Regional Museum who has studied Karlin’s life for many years. She has co-curated the exhibition together with Reinhard Blumauer of the Weltmuseum.

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