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Where Cars and Buses feel at Home. Bakhmetevsky and other Garages
virtual tour Where Cars and Buses feel at Home. Bakhmetevsky and other Garages

Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center presents the exhibition that sheds a new light onto the 1920-1930’s depicting these times through the history of a Moscow garage.

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virtual tour "Small" Art

The exhibition showcases more than 130 works by Isaak Levitan, Vassily Polenov, Valentin Serov, Ilya Repin, Mikhail Vrubel, Konstantin Somov, Kazimir Malevitch, Antonina Sofronova, Lev Bakst, and other artists. And is a collection of works that are usually stay in storerooms (in the folders and on the shelves) after the selection, when the most "convincing", major works make their way into display.

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Becoming Jewish: tradition and everyday life in Jewish childhood
virtual tour Becoming Jewish: tradition and everyday life in Jewish childhood

The exhibition features rituals, games, and artifacts that define the world of childhood in a Jewish family.

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virtual tour "Razgulyai. Farewell": personal exhibition of Semyon Faibisovich

The exposition includes about 50 of the renowned artist’s works, most of which were made in Moscow and some have not previously been shown to the general public.  

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Haim Sokol: Snowfall Installation
virtual tour Haim Sokol: Snowfall Installation

The installation is a mural depicting birds in a winter forest and a ‘snowfall’ of white rope ladders. According to the author, rope ladders symbolize means of escape or salvation. The stairs in the installation are made from non-woven fabric, which is often used for mopping floors.

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The Lonka Project: Numbered
virtual tour The Lonka Project: Numbered

The exhibition comprises over 60 photographs of Shoah survivors. The history of the Lonka Project dates back to 2018. Dr. Eleonora (Lonka) Nass, a Holocaust survivor herself, has barely related her experiences to her children.

After her mother’s death, Rina and her husband Jim Hollander, both photojournalists reporting on the Middle East, came up with an initiative to preserve the Holocaust survivors’ stories by having their photo-portraits taken and documenting their memories. Rina and Jim asked their fellow professional photographers to produce the portraits of Shoah survivors. There were no strict requirements for the pictures: it could be a colour or black-and-white photo, taken from any angle or perspective. The international photo community has responded with enthusiasm: over 300 photographers from 30 countries have participated in the project. Among them are members of the Magnum Photos agency Alec Soth, Gilles Peress; World Press Photo award winners Ed Kashi and Jane Evelyn Atwood. 

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 Lev Borodulin. Predicting the Moment
virtual tour Lev Borodulin. Predicting the Moment

The exhibition is dedicated to the life and career of the legendary sports photographer Lev Borodulin. The show marking 100 years since Borodulin’s birth is organized by the Jewish Museum and NATIV – Israeli Cultural Center, Embassy of the State of Israel in the Russian Federation.

The exhibition is divided into five parts, each of which covers various periods of Lev Borodulin’s oeuvre: from his early works and development of his trademark style to iconic sports photographs and the documentary pictures he took after moving to Israel.

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