Items from our collection on loan to the exhibition "The Feast of Freedom: Passover story and tradition" at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center
From March, 30th till May, 21st 2021 the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center is hosting an exhibition "The Feast of Freedom: Passover story and tradition" , which presents, besides the pieces the JMTC's own collection, items from our Museum of Jewish History in Russia and from the Gross family private collection.
Passover is one of the most important holidays in the Jewish calendar, it's story, without exaggeration, can be called the most popular story of all times as it is known to almost everyone.
"Installation at the Jewish Museum is an illustrated history of the Passover. It will present artifacts from various cultures: unique Moroccan and Iraqi manuscripts, illustrated German Haggadas of the early XX century, Eastern European artifacts of the Passover feast, contemporary photography, and many others."
The whole exhibition, including items from our collection, is available during the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center opening hours.