Museum of Jewish Heritage--A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
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Featured review from Donna Bichet
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This was an amazing experience. There simply wasn't enough time to see everything. We ran out of time and didn't have a chance to complete the second building which was amazing. When you finish the first building and go towards the second building, there is a panoramic view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
- ** *Special Exhibitions *
Temporary exhibitions on special topics complement themes expressed in the Core Exhibition in greater detail and extend the Museum’s explorations of Jewish life in multiple directions. Current exhibitions include:
- Discovery and Recovery: Preserving Iraqi Jewish Heritage, on view through May 18, 2014
- Against the Odds: American Jews & the Rescue of Europe’s Refugees, 1933-1941
- Hava Nagila: A Song for the Peoplenowonviewhava.html, on view through April 22, 2014
On Permanent View
“The Core Exhibition ":http://www.mjhnyc.org/e_nowonview_core.html
The Core Exhibition tells the story of modern Jewish life from the perspective of those who lived it. It is organized in three chronological sections: Jewish Life A Century Ago; The War Against the Jews; and Jewish Renewal_. It places the Holocaust in larger context— telling stories of Holocaust survivors through photographs, artifacts, and video. *
Keeping History Center_*
In a gallery with panoramic views of New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty, the Keeping History Center, featuring Voices of Liberty, presents refugee stories in an award-winning, interactive, digital experience that links the past to the present. *_
Garden of Stones _*
Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones is dedicated to the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust and honors those who survived. His only permanent installation in New York City, the Garden is a natural metaphor for the tenacity and fragility of life. *passage.html">
_James Carpenter’s Reflection Passage captures images of light, sky, and water from the New York Harbor, and re-presents them in a site-specific installation. **