With the exhibition 'Survivors: Faces of Life after the Holocaust', the museum shows 75 close-up portraits of Jewish men and women. The intense, very large-format photographs put a face to Holocaust-survivors.
Martin Schoeller is internationally known for his iconic, extreme close-up portraits of celebrities and lesser-known people. In the same style, the photographer has portrayed Holocaust survivors; frontal and hyper-realistic. The 75 unique life stories form a mosaic of personal memories and embody the most tragic events in modern human history.
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