Anne Frank. Holocaust Diaries 09/01/2019 automatic translate
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Еврейский музей и центр толерантности
ул. Образцова, 11, стр. 1А
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center presents the exhibition “Anne Frank. Holocaust Diaries. The project is based on diaries written by girls and girls in ghettos and zones of occupation.
Photo: Provided by the Anne Frank House-Museum (Anne Frank House, Amsterdam). Anne Frank, early 1940s
During the Second World War, many Jews kept diaries, but only a few of them were preserved: when they found their personal records, they were destroyed as genuine historical documents, evidence of crimes. The exhibition will present the stories of six girls - Anne Frank, Helen Burr, Eva Heiman, Mary Berg, Elizabeth Kaufmann and Rutki Lasker - reconstructed from diaries and personal archives. Interpret the historical and emotional images from the diaries will be the work of contemporary artists.
Autobiographical texts filled with emotions and experiences of youth, photographs, historical artifacts and sound installations, recreated on the basis of the memories of girls, are designed to reveal the theme of teenage trauma, memory and adulthood during the Holocaust.
In this cramped, full of impressions and emotions, an intimate dialogue of personal stories and modern art sounds. The exhibition presents works by famous artists, for whom the theme of the Holocaust, the nature of violence and the personal memory of the victims, has become one of the central. Among them: German artist Anselm Kiefer, Polish sculptor and video artist Miroslav Balka, French multimedia artist Christian Boltanski, Austrian actionist Hermann Nitsch, Russian artist Haim Sokol, Israeli photo and video artist Ori Gersht, avant-garde artist and sculptor Vadim Sidur, as well as creator self-destructive art "Gustave Metzger.
The exhibition “Anne Frank. Holocaust Diaries "- an attempt to make the memory alive, to remember not only fears and losses, but dreams and hopes. In an atmosphere of stifling and absurd restrictions, Anna Frank, Helen Burr, Eva Heiman and other girls write about first love, about flowers and beautiful dresses, about passion for books and knowledge.
The materials of the diaries allowed the curators of the exhibition to reveal the experiences of the girls in different dimensions - spatial, sound and visual. The architecture of the exhibition serves as a reminder of the cramped attics and basements, the protected perimeters of crowded ghettos, and hostile streets yesterday, hometown.
Curated by: Monica North (eng - Monica Norse)
Idea: Katya Krylova
Architects: Kirill Ass, Nadezhda Korbut
Mon-Fri 12:00 - 22:00
Fri 10:00 - 15:00
Sun 12:00 - 22:00