Exhibitions

2020

Cities of Peace Illuminated

“Cities of Peace Illuminated” is an exhibition which presents a suite of monumental gold-leaf paintings that honor the history and culture of world cities that have experienced major conflict and trauma, including Baghdad, Beijing, Hiroshima, Kabul, New York, Sarajevo, and more. Transforming anguish into beauty, the work emphasizes understanding as prerequisite to peace, and celebrates the best of the human spirit.

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From Home to Home. A Tale of the Wartime Exile and Survival of the Pisek Family

Today, if we decided to go on a 12,000-plus kilometer journey, we would either take a 15-hour flight or drive a car for 153 hours. If we chose to cover this distance by foot, it would take 2,300 hours, an approximately 100 day march, non-stop. Such a journey was made by the Pisek family in over three years, from August 1939 to December 1942. They left home and they arrived home.

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2019

“The Tuwim Project”

A set of collage graphics mounted on the walls created with various art techniques: drawings, computer design, and torn paper collage. This exhibition allows the well-known works of Tuwim to enter a new space of interpretation.

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2019

“Kazimierz”. Photography by Bogdan Frymorgen

The exhibition of photographs by Bogdan Frymorgen titled “Kazimierz” asks a question: What happened to the Jews of Kazimierz? Kazimierz depicted on this exhibition is uninviting and difficult, but also provocative as a “sweater worn on your back inside out”.

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