Bolton, Christopher: "UAAAAA! Trashkultur! An Interview with MAK’s Johannes Wieninger." In: Mechademia 2 (2007), S. 298–300.
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Keywords: Austria, Interview, Manga, Museum, Popular culture
Vienna’s Museum of Applied and Contemporary Arts (Museum für Angewandte Kunst, or MAK) is known for its eclectic collection and innovative shows. (Some of its exhibits are housed in a cavernous World War II-era flak gun tower that the museum annexed in the mid-1990s.) In fall 2005, MAK sponsored the first show by a major Viennese museum dedicated to manga. We spoke with Johannes Wieninger, the museum’s curator of Far Eastern and Islamic art and the creator of the show.
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