Rania Kataf Side by Side – Syrian-Jewish (Hi)Stories

Rania Kataaf, Synagoge Damsakus

The exhibition explores the past and the present of Jewish life in Syria. With the focus on Damascus, the exhibit depicts traces of Jewish culture and Jewish life. It tells the stories of Jewish-Muslim neighborhoods, of coexistence, and also of the disappearance of Jewish communities and people. Rania Kataf is a documentary photographer who lives in Damascus. For this exhibition, she photographed architectural traces of Jewish life in the city, conducted interviews and portrayed some of the few remaining Jews who still live in Damascus.

The exhibition is accompanied by a cultural program. Guided tours and workshops are also offered outside the regular opening hours. Contact: H.Herrmann@minor-kontor.de
The exhibition is part of the project “The Course of (Hi)Stories”  of  “Minor – Projektkontor für Bildung und Forschung”.  The project is funded by the Federal Agency for Civil Education and the Federal Foreign Ministry. It is under the patronage of Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.

Thu, 12 Nov, 11.00h
12 Nov 202019 Dec 2020

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