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Life? Or theatre? Charlotte Salomon (Berlin, 1917 – Auschwitz, 1943)

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Charlotte Salomon
Collection Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam. © Charlotte Salomon Foundation

Time Out says

Charlotte Salomon's life was short but intense, marked by love, death and a family history of suffering. Art was a refuge where she could overcome the past and come to terms with a present that saw her being deported to Auschwitz, where she would die in 1943. The Monastir de Pedralbes, continuing its commitment to resarch and disseminating information on silenced women, gives a voice to this Jewish artist and the time she lived in, with some of the 782 gouaches that make up her 'Life? Or theatre?'


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