Sephardic Studies

This rare Exhibit documents the Jewish presence in Greece - the Sephardic pre-war heritage, the destruction of the communities during the Holocaust, and the post-war rehabilitation of survivors. The photographs, collected from a variety of private sources conveying the passing of the centuries-old communities - including Salonica, Athens, Kastoria, Kavala, Jannina, and Rhodes - and bears silent witness to their once-vibrant culture.

April 12-23, 2004
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Temple Beth Sholom, Roslyn Heights, NY
Yom HaShoa Commemoration

March 11 - May 17, 2002
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Holocaust Memorial Resource
& Education Center of Central Florida, Maitland, FL
Yom HaShoa Commemoration & related events
View photos of the Portraits Exhibit | Article from Local Orlando Newspaper | Screen Grab

April 22 - May 6, 2001
PORTRAITS Exhibition: South Shore Y, Oceanside, NY
Yom HaShoa Commemoration

February 26, 2001 - March 19, 2001
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Cuban-Hebrew Congregation-Beth Shmuel:
The Holocaust Memorial Lecture Series. Miami Beach, FL

October 11, 2000 - December 11, 2000
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Holocaust Education Centre, Vancouver, BC

December 13, 1998 - January 4, 1999
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Temple Moshe, Miami Beach, FL
Sponsored by Sephardic Studies Program, University of Miami

December 3 - 11, 1998
PORTRAITS Exhibition: Durban Segnini Gallery, Coral Gables, FL
Sponsored by Sephardic Studies Program, University of Miami

April 13 - May 11, 1998
PORTRAITS Exhibition debut: Gallery Taranto, New York City

The exhibit is suitable for museums, art galleries, synagogues, educational institutions, and private showings. The following document provides specific details on the exhibit, including physical dimensions, and associated rental information. The exhibit is available to be shipped worldwide.

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Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture
34 West 15th Street / 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10011

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