Roman Vishniac (29 septembre 2014)

Roman Vishniac, De Berlin à New York (1920 - 1975). Une exposition au musée d'art et d'histoire du judaïsme du 17 septembre 2014 au 25 janvier 2015.

Bastille Day celebrations, rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, Paris

Boy with kindling in basement dwelling, Krochmalna Street, Warsaw

David Eckstein, seven years old, and classmates in cheder (Jewish elementary school), Brod, Czechoslovakia

Drawer of freshly farmed eggs, Gut Winkel, a training farm for German-Jewish youth hoping to immigrate to Palestine, Spreenhagen in der Mark, Brandenburg, Germany

Entrance to Kazimierz, the Jewish district of Krakow

Factory worker cutting and grinding glass, Hoffman MF & Co., New York

First-year student nurses, including several Holocaust survivors, in a classroom, Beth Israel School of Nursing, Lower East Side, New York

Fish is the favored food for the kosher table, Eastern Europe

Girl in plaid dress, Mukacevo

Interior of the Anhalter Bahnhof railway terminus near Potsdamer Platz, Berlin

Jewish refugees from Germany leaving France for Palestine on board the S.S. Providence, Marseille Harbor

Jewish schoolchildren, Mukacevo

Jewish youth, Mukacevo

Marc Chagall, New York

Men sharing a newspaper on the beach, Nice, France

People behind bars, Berlin Zoo

Preparing food in a Jewish soup kitchen, Berlin

Sara, sitting in bed in a basement dwelling, with stenciled flowers above her head, Warsaw

Student auto mechanics learning to repair a car engine, New York

Sunlight streaming into Leipzig Central Station, Leipzig, Germany

Vishniac’s daughter Mara posing in front of a shop specializing in instruments that measure the difference in size between Aryan and non-Aryan skulls, Berlin

Window washer balancing on a ladder, Berlin

Woman walking on crutches through ruins, Berlin

Zionist youth building a school and foundry while learning construction techniques, Werkdorp Nieuwesluis, Wieringermeer, The Netherlands