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Person and Catastrophe
30.01.2015 13:29
Person and Catastrophe

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center has opened the Person and Catastrophe project.

      The project is timed to the 70th anniversary since the release of Auschwitz Concentration Camp prisoners.

      It brings together personal exhibitions of Jan Vanriet (Belgium) and Yegor Zaeeka (Russia), as well as the exhibition Death Architecture: Drawings of Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz).

      The Person and Catastrophe project will include lectures, meetings with artists, film screenings, and a series of concerts by composers who perished in concentration camps.

      The exhibition runs till March 1.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Jewish Museum    

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