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List of traveling exhibitions

Richard Homola
The Testimony of the Terezín Wall

Richard Homola (1966) is an original representative of Czech photography. Despite the fact that he is essentially an amateur, he has spent several decades creating remarkable photographic cycles using the classical large-format technology of film sheets exposed using a wooden bellows camera. He has spent several years photographing the subtle motifs that he discovered on …

Richard Homola
The Testimony of the Terezín Wall
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The Second Life of Vendulka V.

When well-known Czechoslovak photographer Jan Lukas (1915–2006) pressed the shutter of his camera, Vendulka Vogelová and her parents were just a few hours away from getting on a transport. Taken in 1943, Lukas’s photograph would later turn the twelve-year-old girl into a symbol of the Holocaust. Vendulka was Jewish, and Lukas was afraid to develop …

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Album G.T.

The exhibition consists of large-format reproductions of the original photographs that are more than just a cold documentary record by can in many cases be considered to be works of art in their own right. They are a voyeur-like record of “ordinary” life in the ghetto: work, mass accommodations, and anxious waiting for what will …

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