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The exhibition – opened today after surpassing 35.000 pre-sold tickets – features more than 700 original artifacts on loan from more than 20 international institutions, many of which are being displayed in Scandinavia for the first time. Malmö, Sweden – May 26, 2022 – Today, the MalmöMässan Exhibition and Congress Center opened the most comprehensive traveling exhibition …
On the same week of the 77th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the exhibition ‘Seeing Auschwitz’ opens its doors for the first time in Madrid.
Only less than 10 % of the tickets remaining with the all time record of 300,000 visitors attending to the Auschwitz exhibition…
Titanic: The Exhibition opened his doors in London’s Dock X in Canada Water this morning, bringing with it a selection of never-before-seen in UK personal artefacts that tell touching stories of the ship’s passengers and crew.
About 17,000 tickets have been booked for upcoming Auschwitz exhibition in Malmö during first week of ticket sales opening.
The collection brings together over 700 original objects for the first time, sourced mainly from the Auschwitz Memorial and Museum and over 20 other museums and institutions from around the world.
Musealia’s Auschwitz Exhibition sold over 150,000 tickets to the exhibition, only five weeks into the planned twenty-seven-week run: more than a 70 % of total available.
Although David has left us, his words and voice remain. They are with us in every corner of the exhibition, and with every visitor that attentively listens to his voice and makes meaning from his words. Today, his professional legacy continues, more alive than ever.
After more than 6 months in Donostia/San Sebastián, the Musealia exhibition Seeing Auschwitz, produced by the Department of Culture of the Provincial Council of Guipúzcoa, has managed to beat the historical record of visitors to the KOLDO MITXELENA Kulturunea exhibition centre.
Luis Ferreiro, Director of Musealia, received the “Light of Remembrance” award. The highest award by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum recognizes his dedication in spreading the history of Auschwitz.
With a record 80,000 pre-sold tickets for Union Station, ‘Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away’ exhibition opened in Kansas City and will be on view until mid January 2022.
‘Auschwitz’ exhibition by Musealia closes in New York after receiving 200.00 visitors and prepares for opening at Union Station in Kansas City next June.
The Seeing Auschwitz exhibition, created by Musealia, has exceeded 2,000 visitors in just two weeks since it opened at the KOLDO MITXELENA Kulturunea exhibition hall, in San Sebastian, Spain, on January 27.
On January 27, the regular tour of the “Seeing Auschwitz” exhibition began, developed by Musealia in collaboration with …
The European Commission and Europe Nostra have awarded the exhibition ‘Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away’ with the most prestigious award in the field of European Heritage, the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2020, within the “Education, Training and Awareness-Raising” Category.
Monday, January 30, 2020.- January marks the opening of Musealia’s new exhibition: Seeing Auschwitz. We’ve created it in collaboration with the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, and in partnership with the United Nations and UNESCO. Following on from our major exhibition Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away. — currently in residence at the Museum of Jewish …
Auschwitz exhibition extends its stay at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York after being visited by more than 106.000…
A original shofar will be added to the more than 700 original artifacts and 400 pictures of ‘Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away’ exhibition in New York…
UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, strongly recommended AUSCHWITZ exhibition “as a spark to the action and reflection we need at this time”.
El Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust de Manhattan, Nueva York, presentará por primera vez en Norte América la exposición Auschwitz. No hace mucho. No muy lejos. a partir del próximo 8 de mayo de 2019 y hasta el 3 de enero de 2020.