Exhibitions

2018

“Matter of Emotion”. Sandra E. Lauterbach and Alain G. Rogier

Sandra E. Lauterbach and Alain G. Rogier are a pair of American artists sharing a life and desire to create. Although their works are created using completely different media and methods, some of their pieces reflect similar artistic temperaments and have analogies and points of contact.

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2018

“Blood: Uniting and Dividing”

The original exhibition "Blood: Uniting and Dividing" was created by the Jewish Museum London in cooperation with the Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism - Brikbeck, University of London. The curator of the original Jewish Museum London exhibition is Joanne Rosenthal; the author of the concept of the exhibition is Abigail Morris, the director of the Jewish Museum London.

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2018

Margot S. Neuhaus "Light Motives"

An exhibition of works by Margot S. Neuhaus, an American artist of Polish-Jewish origins, presented in Poland for the first time. The exhibition at the Galicia Jewish Museum presented the series "Light Motives", created in the past few years.

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2017

The Girl in the Diary. Searching for Rywka from the Łódź Ghetto

Rywka Lipszyc’s diary, a moving memoir of life and adolescence in the Łódź Ghetto, is the starting point for this exhibition. Selected excerpts of the diary are supplemented by expert commentary from historians, doctors, psychologists and rabbis. These commentaries help us to understand the context of the times and events Rywka refers to in her diary. The exhibition also includes unique historical artifacts and documents from museums in Poland, the USA, Israel, Germany and Belgium.

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