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Hungary at 92nd Street Y: How They Lived: Photographs About Hungarian Jewish Life, 1870-1940
92nd Street Y Tisch Center For The Arts
06/04/2009 – 07/02/2009

The exhibition and the accompanying book, to be published by Vince Books, presents photographs illustrating the everyday life of Jews who lived in Hungary during the 70 years before World War II. Specifically, they describe the way Hungarian Jews of the period looked, the places where they lived, and the places where they worked. This will be the first exhibition and book to present a rich collection of historical photographs to depict the diversity of Hungarian Jewish life before the Holocaust. Curated by András Koerner.


Gallery Hours:
The Milton J. Weill Art Gallery is open to patrons of Kaufmann Concert Hall during regularly scheduled events. For viewing at other times please call 212.415.5563 to schedule an appointment.

Discussion on June 15th at 5 PM with curator András Koerner and Ivan Sanders.

Opening Reception:
Thursday, June 4, 6:30-8:30pm

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Admission:
Free admission
1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY
Tel: 212-415-5500