The exposition is a moving story about the feelings between people who were forced to live in inhuman conditions. Visitors will witness hopeful and deeply tragic stories told through excerpts from memoirs, diaries and letters of people who had to face the horrors of the Holocaust. The exhibition also includes works of modern art united by the themes of despair and hope, suffering and faith, pain and love.
The online tour is guided by Ivan Tsurkan.
In this project The Jewish Museum does not use real photos or newsreels of the Holocaust, instead, it aims at creating a deep emotional contact with the memories of the witnesses of the events. The exhibition is dedicated to the 75th International Holocaust Remembrance Day (January, 27).
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