Exhibition About Polish Jews Staged at Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb

By 6 April 2019

ZAGREB, April 6, 2019 - The exhibition about Polish Jews under the title "They Fill No Space: Reviving the Memory of Polish Jews" will be staged outside the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb on Saturday within the 13th edition of the Festival of Tolerance that officially starts on Sunday.

The exhibition presents a selection of murals that can be found in public spaces all across Poland that speak about the past of Polish Jews, the festival says on its web site.

The exhibition is prepared in partnership of the Jewish Film Festival Association with the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Institute Adam Mickiewicz from Warsaw, Poland and with the support of the Museum of Contemporary Art from Zagreb.

Festival of Tolerance – JFF Zagreb has been developed from the Jewish Film Festival as a unique cultural and educational platform,

"The 13th edition of the Festival will be held from 7 April to 13 April 2019 in the cinemas SC, Kinoteka and Tuškanac, while the ancillary programme will be held from 1 April to 17 April 2019 in public spaces of the City of Zagreb in the form of outdoor exhibitions," according to information on the festival's website.

"Over the past 13 years, the Festival has been fostering critical thinking and the creation of a more tolerant society, in an attempt to open up a dialogue between opposing sides and to contribute to the development of a healthier social environment."

This year, over 70 films will be shown during the event.

Admission is free.

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