Absence and Loss

Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery Peterborough

An exhibition of her photographs at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery

Bernat Klein: Colour Revolution

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Inspired by the exhibition, Bernat Klein: Design in Colour, curator Lisa Mason and Dr Anna Nyburg will explore the work of revolutionary émigré textile designers, Bernat Klein and Tibor Reich.

Free

Jewish Book Week 2023: Maurice Bilk

Kings Place 90 York Way, London

Jewish Book Week 2023 runs from 25 February to 5 March and as always, features a rich array of fascinating offerings. Of particular relevance to Insiders/Outsiders is the talk by Holocaust survivor and sculptor Maurice Blik on 26 February at 6.30pm and the session about Hungarian-born film director, producer, screenwriter and novelist Emeric Pressburger on Sunday 5 March at 6.30pm.…

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Monica Bohm-Duchen, founding director of Insiders/Outsiders, will give an online lecture for the USA-based Fritz Ascher Society about her photographer mother Dorothy Bohm

Free

Talk: Bernat Klein: Design in Colour

National Museum Scotland Chambers Street, Edinburgh, Mid Lothian

This live event also features an exclusive screening of the 2017 documentary film, Refuge Britain: Stories of Émigré Designers.

The Fire and the Bonfire

Kings Place 90 York Way, London

On Sunday 5 March at 1.30pm, as part of Jewish Book Week at Kings Place, there will be a free event in which artist Ardyn Halter son of artist and Holocaust survivor Roman Halter, will be in conversation with Monica Bohm-Duchen, to mark the publication by Amsterdam Books of his The Fire and the Bonfire: a journey into Memory. For…

Talk: Leon Vilaincour

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an online talk about Polish-born artist and teacher Leon Vilaincour

Free

Talk: Erna Pinner in Frankfurt, London, and the World

Virtual Event Virtual Event

On Wednesday 29 March at 6pm, cultural historian Astrid Schmetterling, Senior Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, will give an online talk about German-born artist and illustrator Erna Pinner, who found refuge in the UK in 1935. Pinner’s work features prominently in Back into the Light: Four Women Artists – Their Works, their Paths, which runs at…