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For the tenth year VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary (organized by VF Betriebsgesellschaft mbH) will take place at Messe Wien, located next to the Prater – one of the biggest parks in Vienna. I met Michael Todt, the director of a Motel One, which recently opened in the area, to find out about the best spots around.
I met a true Viennese Alexander Ehrmann at the St. Charles pharmacy, which he opened in 2006 – a beautiful place with a very special atmosphere.
I met collector Gheri Sackler, who is also an ambassador of VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary, at the legendary restaurant Zum Schwarzen Kameel to find out why she is in love with Vienna. Why Vienna? Gheri Sackler: I have been looking for a capital city that is convenient and interesting to live in. I cannot be here …
Dentist, art lover, and a great host – Roberto Lhotka is an extraordinary Austro-Italian, who lives and works in Vienna. I met him at his gorgeous apartment to talk about Vienna, art and one of the biggest AIDS charity events in the world, the Life Ball which he is co-organizing (on 25th of May, save the date!).