The Anne Frank House, in 3-D

Get a in-depth perspective of where Anne Frank and her family avoided capture in this 3-D experience. You can look behind the bookcase and in the rooms where Anne and her family hid for two years. In 1944, the Frank family was captured and Anne died at 15 in a concentration type. The diary that…

“She saw all the beauty around her”

From The Jewish Museum: During World War II, while living in exile in France, the young German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon (1917–1943) created Life? or Theatre?: A Play With Music, comprising almost eight hundred small gouache paintings. In this work, Salomon combined painting with text and musical cues to tell a compelling and autobiographical coming-of-age story…

Have you read?

Have you read The Lost by Daniel Mendolsohn? Mendolsohn retraces the steps of his great uncle and his family and discovers how they died. On this journey, Mendolsohn also learns about self-discovery, forgiveness and closure.

Art Speigelman at The Jewish Museum

New exhibit at the The Jewish Museum features work by the Art Speigelman, most known for his Holocaust memoir Maus. In the pulitzer prize winning graphic novel, Maus, Spiegelman retells the story of his parent’s experience as Holocaust survivors, and his own complicated relationship with is father. The exhibit features over three hundred preparatory sketches, preliminary and…