6 pm CET | 7 pm IST | 12 noon EST | 9 am PST
Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84284141422?pwd=UFBIUStIU1B6S2tiUEQ5S2VoNVczQT09
The exhibition “Sweet Home Sweet. A Story of Survival, Memory and Returns” tells the story of Ryszard Ores, his family, and their relationship with Poland since the end of the Holocaust. Ryszard was born to a Jewish family in the center of Krakow. When WWII started in 1939, Richard was 16 years old. He survived and spent most of his life in the United States. But despite having lived in America for over fifty years, he remained closely connected to Poland and returned to his hometown Krakow several times a year, often taking his family with him. His photographs and films – from his childhood in pre-war Kraków, from the ghetto, from post-war times and returns to Kraków – show the family’s multi-generational relationship to Poland.
In English, free admission.
This event is part of the Museum Means More 2022 program created in cooperation with State Street Foundation.