The Art Of Peace. Israel through the Eyes of Children

„The Art Of Peace. Israel through the Eyes of Children” is a new exhibition in the White Stork Synagogue. The Bente Kahan Foundation invites you to join us for the exhibition opening on Tuesday, March 15th at 6 pm. Maureen Kushner, the curator of the exhibition from Jerusalem, is our special guest. „The Art Of Peace. Israel through the Eyes of Children” shows paintings created over more than fifteen years by young Jews, Arabs, and Druze and the children of Russian and Ethiopian immigrants to Israel. While the media was being flooded with news... Read the Rest →

 

Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz: A Poster Exhibit

  Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz: A Poster Exhibit Opening: Monday, 17 February 2014 at 17:00 Center for Jewish Culture and Education at the White Stork Synagogue ul. Włodkowica 5a, Wrocław Eugeniusz Get Stankiewicz – was born on 14 May, 1942, in Oszmian near Vilnius (today in Belarus). After the war, his family settled in Wschowa in central Poland. Get-Stankiewicz studied in Wrocław, first at the Architecture Department (1961-1966) and then at the Art Academy (1966-1972). For most of his life he worked as an independent artist. From 1998-2011, he did teach at... Read the Rest →

 

Kaddish for the Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania

The Exhibit: Kaddish for the Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania is one of the many projects by the Jakov Bunkas Charity and Support Fund that is dedicated to preserving the memory of the heritage of Lithuanian Jews as part of the history of the Lithuanian state. The goal of the exhibit is not only to document the tragic state of the synagogues but also to collect funds for their preservation. The Fund has secured a plot of land in the Zmudz National Park on which it plans to create a small... Read the Rest →

 

Bruno Schulz – Klisza Werk – Transgresiones

BRUNO SCHULZ – KLISZA WERK – TRANSGRESIONES, opening of a photography exhibit that is part of a unique experiment by the Klisza Werk group founded by Mariusz Kubielas. The group includes, besides his closest co-worker Jakub Grzywak, a large ensemble of model-actors who have been working together since 2009 to recreate and to preserve on film various theatrical activities inspired by the works of Bruno Schulz. Curator: Lidia Głuchowska Exhibit will be open from 09.11.2013 to 22.11.2013

 

Andrzej Klimczak-Dobrzaniecki

ANDRZEJ KLIMCZAK-DOBRZANIECKI, was born on May 19th, 1946 in Prudnik, Poland. From 1965 to 1971 he was a student at Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, faculty of Painting, Graphic and Statuary Arts specializing in easel painting and painting architectural drafts. He attended classes with Eugeniusz Geppert and Alfons Mazurkiewicz. Klimczak-Dobrzaniecki finished his studies in 1971, receiving a diploma with distinction. Since 1971, Andrzej Klimczak-Dobrzaniecki has been working at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław at the Painting and Statuary Arts Institute. He became a full professor in 1990.... Read the Rest →

 

Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun: „Everything is connected”

Exhibition open from Sunday, 30 June 2013 at 19:00 For Mira, this new collection of paintings is „… a retrospective look at myself and the past. This painterly reflection upon reality already lived opened a window on the traumas experienced by myself personally and by my generation. I very much want to preserve the memory of our great grandmothers and great grandfathers but as painlessly as possible. I want to pay tribute to them and I want my grandson Arie-Szlomo to build his future on a continuum with past generations.... Read the Rest →

 

Photographic exhibit „Children Eretz Israel”

Photographic exhibit „Children Eretz Israel” The exhibit is open for viewing from 12 May 2013 to 20 June 2013 Mon-Fri and Sundays – 10:00-16:00 About the artist: Agnieszka Traczewska is a photographer, a documentary producer and creator of the Largo Film Studio. She has been photographing groups of Hasids travelling to Poland, coming to visit the historic graves of their Tsadiks. For years, she has been documenting the hermetic world of Orthodox Jewry all over the world. Being a woman and a photographer not of Jewish background, her entry into... Read the Rest →

 

the WORLD (and) LIGHT SEEING DEMONIC WOMEN

17-03-2013, 17.00 The White Stork Gallery Exhibition by Moni Worsztynowicz „…I miss and look for something that I can only see out of the corner of my eye …” The presented images show various stages of the journey of life, described in myths, legends and fairy tales. They illustrate rituals of passage – they are related to the stages and processes of archetypal journey we all must take – through ethical and moral challenges, through loss, crises, and sometimes despair, transformation and awakening of hope – to reach maturity and... Read the Rest →

 

„Miejsce-Makom” Lev Stern

Otwarcie wystawy – 07.10.2012 r. „MIEJSCE–MAKOM” LEV STERN Polsko – izraelski architekt i artysta żydowskiego pochodzenia. Urodził się w Jenakijewem w rodzinie polskich Żydów, którzy podczas II wojny światowej uciekli do Związku Radzieckiego. W 1948 roku wraz z rodziną osiedlił się we Wrocławiu. W 1959 roku wyemigrował do Izraela, gdzie zamieszkał w Jerozolimie. W 1971 roku ukończył studia architektoniczne na Politechnice w Hajfie. Następnie otworzył własne biuro architektoniczno-projektowe w Jerozolimie, które prowadzi do dnia dzisiejszego. Wykładał także na Izraelskiej Akademii Sztuk Pięknych oraz Akademii Bezalel. W latach 1982 – 1984 mieszkał... Read the Rest →