Portraits in Black & White: Survivors and What They Carry
Photographer Barbara Mack's powerful portraits of Holocaust Survivors capture the essence of these remarkable people, many of whom pose with an object from their past. Cherished objects and family heirlooms -- a faded photo, a kiddush cup, a violin -- add powerful and evocative layers to these stunning images. The black and white portraits are accompanied by fascinating life stories.ABOUT TEMPORARY EXHIBITS
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LAMOTH Opens Holocaust Survivors Exhibit Sunday
OCT 23, 2015
By Matt Lopez, Beverly Hills Courier The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust captures the essence of Holocaust survivors, and the memories they carry with them, in a new exhibit opening Oct. 25 called Portraits In Black And White: Survivors And What They Carry. The exhibit features powerful portraits of Holocaust Survivors from photographer Barbara Mack. The Survivors photographed participate in Café...READ MORE
NOV 29, 2015
This tour offers an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. Museum Tours last 45 minutes to an hour.
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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is a beneficiary agency of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles