Here began my childhood

The exhibition tells the story of the children, survivors of Holocaust, after the war, their way and their fate, through stimulating historical photographs that provide milestones of their passage.

The exhibition visitor passes, as in the subway, different stopping points that tell the stories of the stations the children passed through. All along the "route" the visitor observes life size pictures of the children in addition to seeing his own reflection within the printed glass panels and, as such, will experience himself as part of the exhibition.
The colors of the exhibition derive from the rich world of children and reinforce the sense of identification of the visitors.
The Ghetto Fighters' House – Yad Layeled // Curator: Poria Lichi // November 2013

Photography: Jeremy Feldman
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