Our inaugural exhibition, Survivors, originally exhibited from the opening of the Frisch Family Holocaust Memorial Gallery through February 2019, and was dedicated to the experiences of Holocaust survivors living in Northeast Florida.
More than 70 years after the events that indelibly marked their lives, artist Ingrid Damiani photographed 12 survivors and their families in the places that mean the most to them.
These visual documents express the powerful legacy of their survival. The infinite ripples across the generations are seen through images of shared meals, the embrace of grandchildren, the deep love between lifelong partners, the sharing of stories, the symbolic importance of saved objects, the joy of laughter between friends, and love in all its forms.
This exhibition is for the survivors, their families, and for all of us who are asked not to forget.