Exhibitions

2019

Wooden Synagogues

The photographs presented in this exhibition come from the collection of the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and are part of the preserved documentation. This particular section includes wooden synagogues of great historical value that were located in what are today the Polish Lithuanian-Belorussian borderlands.

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2018

Women's Rights are Human Rights. Posters dedicated to Women’s Rights from the collection of Elizabeth Resnick

These posters promote women’s empowerment and participation in society while challenging religious and cultural norms, and patriarchal attitudes that subordinate, stigmatize or restrict women from achieving their fullest potential.

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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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