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2018-07-01 Exhibition by Judith Aizen

On July and August 2018, the exhibition by JUDITH AIZEN - „Pictures from an Old and Tattered Album. 1900-1942” will be presented at the „Synagogue” Center of the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland.

The vernissage will take place on July 2nd, 2018 at 3 pm

The exhibition by Judith Aizen shows the history of the Jewish community of Zamość and surrounding towns. The old photos were artistically processed. The works are accompanied by historical descriptions about the stories of the depicted people. Author of the explanation, Mrs. Eva Bar-Zeev, was a historian who presided over the Israeli organization of people from the Zamość region.

Judith Aizen is the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Through the exhibition, she wanted to show the life of the community in the past period. Her work concentrated on meetings with Survivors, recent witnesses and choosing the  photos depicting a world that no longer exists.

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