At the request of his family, a condolence book for the deceased universal artist Arik Brauer was published in the Jewish Museum Vienna.
At the request of the family, a condolence book has been in the Jewish Museum Vienna for Arik Brewer on. “At the same time, the team at the Jewish Museum Vienna felt the need to say goodbye to the great Austrian artist and close friend Arik Brauer in this way,” the museum said. On Tuesday, Vienna’s mayor Michael Ludwig signed the condolence book to start with.
The book of condolences is available from Tuesday, February 9th to Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 at the Jewish Museum Vienna, Dorotheergasse 11, 1010 Vienna. The entry is possible during the opening times from Sunday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and takes place in compliance with the currently applicable Covid regulations such as FFP2 mask requirement and sufficient distance, according to the museum.
“I was so happy”
Arik Brauer died on January 24th, 2021 with his family. The 92-year-old was considered a universal artist, worked as a painter, set designer, songwriter and graphic artist. His family announced his death. “I was so happy with my wife, with my family, with my art and my Vienna Woods. But there is a time when you live and there are two ages when you don’t exist,” should have been his last words.