LIVING WITH THE PAST, POLAND and the CZECH REPUBLIC, 2017
|Maksymilian Franciszek Ossolinski and his Three Sons, Podlasie, 1680|
In the Ghetto district the houses are black and the walls that were built to keep Jewish people inside the ghetto are left as a dismal proof of the atrocities of the time. A pharmacy which was a cover for resistance is quietly standing across from 32 bronze chairs each symbolizing 2000 people who died in Krakow.
|With my daughter after the opera at the Municipal Building|