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Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 14 – Jul 15 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 13 – Jul 14 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 15 – Jul 16 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 14 – Jul 15 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 16 – Jul 17 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 15 – Jul 16 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 17 – Jul 18 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 16 – Jul 17 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 18 – Jul 19 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 17 – Jul 18 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 19 – Jul 20 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 18 – Jul 19 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt
Jul 20 – Jul 21 all-day
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival @ Jewish Museum Frankfufrt | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany
A multimedia exhibition by the artist, architect and historian Natalia Romik dedicated to the creativity of Polish Jews seeking to survive the Shoah in hiding. In Poland and Ukraine during World War II, approximately 50,000 people survived persecution by the ... continue reading →
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University
Jul 19 – Jul 20 all-day
Ukrainian Shtetls exhibit, Photographs by Eugeny Kotlyar @ Fordham University | New York | United States
The Ukrainian Shtetl: Homecoming to Places of Strength—Photographic Travels by Eugeny Kotlyar The memory of the traditional world of Jewish small towns in Eastern Europe has been slowly disappearing since the beginning of the last century. “The shtetl,” a small ... continue reading →
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