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Cápsula de Exposiciones


Una Nueva Cápsula de Exposición: Celebrando con Israel  HAGA CLICK AQUÍ 

 

Esta nueva iniciativa ofrece a las instituciones y organizaciones judías, una selección de exposiciones de fotos debidamente compiladas

Las exposiciones se ofrecen sin cargo alguno, con la intención de compartir nuestra vasta colección del Centro Oster de Documentación Visual, una de las más ricas colecciones de fotografías de la historia judía, de nuestro acervo, de la creatividad y de nuestro común denominador a través de todo el mundo.

La Cápsula de Exposiciones ofrece una oportunidad única de enriquecer vuestro entorno comunitario, hacer participar a vuestros miembros y ofrece, a la vez, una experiencia significativa a los visitantes. Estas visualizaciones están diseñadas para servir de plataforma para el lanzamiento de programas educativos y proyectos variados, invitando a los miembros de la comunidad a incorporar sus propias fotos familiares, obras de arte y otros elementos, a fin de crear un rico tapiz de episodios significativos de la vida judía.

The Exhibits:

The Jewish Wedding

left: The wedding of fencing champion Alfred Nobel to Violetta Nagel, Dohány Synagogue, Budapest, Hungary, 1941 Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Violetta Nobel right: Hans Engelsman and Zifri nee Moskowitz on their wedding day wearing British Army uniforms, Napoli, Italy, April 1944 Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Judy Barkan

left: The wedding of fencing champion Alfred Nobel to Violetta Nagel, Dohány Synagogue, Budapest, Hungary, 1941 Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Violetta Nobel right: Hans Engelsman and Zifri nee Moskowitz on their wedding day wearing British Army uniforms, Napoli, Italy, April 1944 Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Judy Barkan

This exhibit showcases early to mid-20th century photographs of Jewish weddings – an important part of the Jewish life cycle – from around the world, from marriage ceremonies beneath the chuppah (canopy) to commemorative family photos. With its illuminating diversity, this exhibit enables viewers to glimpse the ways in which a variety of Jewish communities and cultures celebrate their nuptials worldwide.

Vintage Jewish Fashion

left: Bouda, a young Jewish woman in traditional Moroccan attire, Tinghir, Todgha Valley, Morocco, 1958 right:Bar Mitzvah ceremony of Gabriel-Yakar Shem Tov and engagement party of his sister, Rivka, and her fiancé, Baruch Shalom, Tel-Aviv, Eretz Israel, 1940

More fashion panels:

These 20th century photographs depict traditional costumes and other ensembles from Jewish communities throughout Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Eretz Israel and beyond. Showcased are portrait and group photos, master craftwork including embroidery and jewelry, European Jewish school and sport uniforms, festive dress, early Eretz Israel urban and labor clothing and a famous Israeli fashion brand.

The Roots of the Startup Nation – A Unique Photo Display of Israel’s Industrious History

Workers preparing a field for planting, Israel, 1950s Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection

left: Assembly line in the Kaiser-Frazer (later Illin) car factory, Haifa, Israel, 1950s. Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld. Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection. right: Workers preparing a field for planting, Israel, 1950s Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection


Renowned as a world leader in today’s startup industry, Israel was once a different kind of startup pioneer. The Roots of the Startup Nation brings together photographs of Israeli industries from the first half of the 20th century, including the citrus and textile industries of the 1920’s, those industries that arose out of the immigration wave of the 1930’s, and industries bolstered by governmental intervention in the 1950’s labor market.

Is it Kosher?

left: Kosher restaurant and a shop in the Jewish Quarter (Le Marais), Paris, France, 1977 right: Distributing loaves of bread, Eretz Israel, 1930-1940

A selection of photographs of cooking, eating & selling Jewish food.

Jewish Simchas

left: Bat Mitzvah girls with Rabbi Boccara (left), at the first such ceremony ever held in Tunisia, Tunis, Tunisia, 1930s. Beit Hatfutsot, The Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Roland Fellous, Sarcelles right: Simhat Torah banners in a stall in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1950s. Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld. Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection

left: Bat Mitzvah girls with Rabbi Boccara (left), at the first such ceremony ever held in Tunisia, Tunis, Tunisia, 1930s. Beit Hatfutsot, The Visual Documentation Center, courtesy of Roland Fellous, Sarcelles right: Simhat Torah banners in a stall in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1950s. Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld. Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection


Various Jewish celebrations such as Bar and Bat Mitzvahs in a wide variety of  communities

Jewish Sport

left: Parade of girls during the Jewish sports day, Berlin, Germany, 1935. Photo: Herbert Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld collection. right: Boxing match of the Maccabi boxing team ,Berlin, Germany, 1934-1935 Photo: Herbert Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center , Sonnenfeld collection

left: Parade of girls during the Jewish sports day, Berlin, Germany, 1935. Photo: Herbert Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld collection. right: Boxing match of the Maccabi boxing team ,Berlin, Germany, 1934-1935 Photo: Herbert Sonnenfeld Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center , Sonnenfeld collection


Jewish sports events and Jewish sports teams in the 1920’s-1980’s.

The High Holidays

left: Jewish soldiers at Rosh-Hashana prayer, Rangoon, Burma, 1944 right: Jewish women praying in the courtyard of the synagogue on Rosh Hashanah, Shiraz, Iran, 1973


A unique photo display that depicts the ways in which the holidays are celebrated and commemorated in communities across the globe.

Passover

left: Hindu women prepare mazzot for the entire Jewish community during Passover at the courtyard of the Baghdadi Synagogue 'Magen David', Bombay, India 1979. Photo: Carmel Berkson, Bombay right: Families on Passover holiday eating Mazza on the beach, Eilat, Israel, 1960s. Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld. Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Carmel Berkson Collection

left: Hindu women prepare mazzot for the entire Jewish community during Passover at the courtyard of the Baghdadi Synagogue ‘Magen David’, Bombay, India 1979. Photo: Carmel Berkson, Bombay right: Families on Passover holiday eating Mazza on the beach, Eilat, Israel, 1960s. Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld. Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Sonnenfeld Collection Beit Hatfutsot, The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Carmel Berkson Collection


The various ways in which the holiday is celebrated and commemorated in communities across the globe.

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Yaara Litwin
Project Manager
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