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Open Day for exhibitions on German artists in exile and Jewish life in Germany today

Two Exhibitions commemorate November pogroms of 1938 and beginning of Kindertransport

Two Exhibitions commemorate November pogroms of 1938 and beginning of Kindertransport, © German Embassy London

Press release

To commemorate the November Pogroms of 1938 and the beginning of the Kindertransport to Great Britain, the Embassy presents two exhibitions. Sign up here for the next open day on 13 September.

The exhibitions are "Finchleystraße – German artists in exile in Great Britain and beyond 1933-45" and "Jewish life in Germany today".

Finchleystraße has been curated by the Ben Uri Gallery and focuses on works by German-Jewish artists who had to flee Nazi-Germany.

The poster exhibition Jewish life in Germany today provides insight into Germany’s thriving and diverse Jewish Community today.

The exhibitions were opened on 27 February 2018 at 34 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QB.

The exhibition will be open to the public on 13 September from 4 pm until 8.30 pm. Admission is free, but booking is essential; please register below.

Register for the Open Day

Please use this form to register for the Open Days of the exhibitions "Finchleystraße – German artists in exile in Great Britain and beyond 1933-45" and "Jewish life in Germany today".

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