Dates

in german language, free entry

Further dates:
April 16 2024 | 6pm
Reading and discussion “We won’t let them get us down” – Young Jewish politics in Germany
Reading by the authors Monty Ott and Ruben Gerczikow
Many young Jews have courageously spoken out time and again in the past. They have fought for what they think is right and what they believe in. They have fought for their vision of a just society. Today, at least 25,000 of them between the ages of 18 and 35 live in Germany. In view of the virulent threat of anti-Semitism, their commitment in the most diverse areas of our society is anything but self-evident. But who are these young people who are speaking out? What drives them? How does their political commitment relate to their Jewish identity? Monty Ott and Ruben Gerczikow compile a kaleidoscope of Jewish identities that contradicts the cultural memory of Jews as passive victims. They allow young and Jewish people to have their say and offer them a forum in which they report on their diverse political commitment and their struggles.
In cooperation with the anti-Semitism commissioner André Wartmann.

@ rk-Galerie | Möllendorffstraße 6 | 10367 Berlin
May 15 2024
Finissage
the program will follow shortly.
@ rk-Galerie
Möllendorffstraße 6
10367 Berlin

February 16 2024 – 6pm
artist talk (in germnan) with:

• Anna Katz

  Head of the Museum and History Department / Lichtenberg District Office

• Dr. Steffi Hobuß

  Leuphana University Lüneburg

• Christophe Knoch

  Stiftung Zukunft Berlin (Moderation)

• Eva Beth

  artist

• Torsten Oelscher

  artist
@ rk-Galerie | Möllendorffstraße 6 | 10367 Berlin

from left to right: Anna Katz, Dr. Steffi Hobuß, Christophe Knoch, Eva Beth, Torsten Oelscher
© Daniel Gebhardt Photography
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Vernissage #1

Landscape. Memory
photographic works by Eva Beth & Torsten Oelscher
Vernissage: Friday, January 26 2024 at 7pm

Can photography depict personal or collective memory?
What can photography actually achieve in this context in the age of technical reproducibility,
over-medialization
and digitalization?

Eva Beth and Torsten Oelscher photographed landscapes
in the vicinity of the Chelmno and Treblinka extermination camps.

speaking:

• Martin Schaefer

  District Mayor

• Dr. Steffi Hobuß

  Academic Director of Liberal Education, Leuphana University Lüneburg

• Anna Katz

  Head of the Museum and History Department

@ rk-Galerie
Möllendorffstr.6
10367 Berlin
opening hours Monday through Friday 10am – 6pm
closed on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.
Admission is free of charge.
project website:
https://landschaft.erinnerung.eu/

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With the kind support of the Lichtenberg District Office of Berlin, the Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion and the Municipal Galleries Exhibition Fund.

Eva Beth - pink-red-black

exhibition opening #2

Je pense à toi Charlotte.
Opening: Saturday January 27 2024 from 5:30 pm

Museum Lichtenberg
Türrschmidtstraße 24
10317 Berlin

On the occasion of the Day of Remembrance for the Victims of National Socialism.
on January 27, the Museum Lichtenberg is showing works by the artists
Eva Beth and Torsten Oelscher.
Under the title “Je pense à toi Charlotte”, photographs from the
vicinity of the extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau as well as
color-photograms on the subject of violence and resistance will be on display.
Beth and Oelscher show that the greatest strength lies in people’s greatest vulnerability
and their worst memories.
The exhibition presents a copy of “Trilogy. Auschwitz and after”
by Charlotte Delbo.

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an exhibition by Museum Lichtenberg