The Portuguese Jewish Diaspora. New Christians, Crypto Jews, Marranos, “People of the Nation”
The Hagadá Association, responsible for installing and managing the Tikvá Museu Judaico Lisboa in Lisbon, has joined the Paris-based publisher Chandeigne…
The exhibition “Post41” documents testimony from Litzmannstadt Ghetto. Postcards and diaries, extracts from the ghetto chronicle, and photos and film extracts form set pieces in the reconstruction of a story that basically cannot be told. Seventy years after the clearing of the ghetto, institutions in Vienna and Łódź are devoting an exhibition and remembrance book to the 5,000 Jews deported in 1941 from Aspangbahnhof in Vienna to Łódź. Many of the deportees died in the first few months of hunger and disease, and most of the rest were murdered in Kulmhof and Auschwitz. Only a few survived.
“No one can really comprehend it. It was an atmosphere that cannot be described. It cannot be filmed or narrated.” (Grete Stern, 2013)
Curators: Angelika Brechelmacher, Regina Wonisch, Dan Fischman
Exhibition Design: Bernhard Denkinger
Postcards from Litzmannstadt Ghetto