This is the journal of the Circus Museum in Vienna, Austria. It covers all the circus arts from clowning to juggling and from animal acts to acrobats. It also features a good amount of magic. It is written in German and has a lot of wonderful articles about circus history. The many photos and reproductions makes this journal even of interest to non-German speakers.
It appeared from January 1981 until July 2002, a total of 40 issues and 1248 pages.
Some of the artists featured on its covers are Enrico Rastelli, Arthur Strohschneider, Karli Rebernigg, Elfi Althoff-Jacobi, Flavio Togni, Anita Medrano-Swoboda, Charlie Rivel, Johannes Heesters, Rudi Rebernigg, Therese Renz, Scadelli (magician and ventriloquist), Georg Jagendorfer, Karl Kramel, Mimi Rebernigg, Los Codonas, Louis Knie Jr., Emil Rebernigg, and Borra (pocket thief).
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