“The Cold Eye. March 1942: Final Pictures of Jewish Families in Tarnów”

In 1941, in Vienna, a pseudoscientific project was developed in line with the ideology of National Socialism, the aim of which was to “study the typical racial characteristics of Eastern Jews.” As part of the “research” in German-occupied Tarnów, members of over a hundred Jewish families were photographed, a total of 565 men, women and


Exhibition opening: 7.02.2024, 18:00

“HerStories. In the Footsteps of Jewish Women in Europe”

This exhibition, created in the framework of the HerStories project, conveys the multifaceted Jewish history of the 20th century in Europe through the biographies of seven Jewish women from Germany, Poland, Greece, Spain, Hungary, Slovakia, and Czechia. The concept of the exhibition is to embed personal stories in time and space. The chronological arrangement and


“Kroke. Orthodox Jews in Kraków”, Agnieszka Traczewska

The exhibition Kroke. Orthodox Jews in Kraków is the result of a long-term photography project by Agnieszka Traczewska. Agnieszka Traczewska has been documenting the Orthodox Jewish community of Kraków with her camera since 2008. For over 15 years, she has taken hundreds of photos, creating a unique collective portrait of the community captured during Jewish

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