Life, culture and death. The case of Lodz artist Israel Lejzerowicz

Discussion in English

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Izrael Lejzerowicz (1902–1944) — an artist, painter, most famous for his activities in the Lodz ghetto, where he organized regular meeting for his fellow painters and writers. It was there that works in Yiddish, Polish and German on the attempts to preserve a sense of dignity in the midst of suffering, hunger and death were read. Fulbright Foundation is a co-organizer of the lecture by Mr William Glicher on the works of Izrael Lejzerowicz.

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