Two exhibitions of the Jewish Museum Berlin are currently or will in the course of this year be shown in other locations:
Russians Jews Germans: Photographs by Michael Kerstgens from 1992 to the Present
Michael Kerstgens documented the immigration of Russian-speaking Jews to Germany from the former Soviet Union. His pictures record religious celebrations and social events within the Jewish community, everyday scenes from transitional houses, and individual families’ private moments.
More information on "Russians Jews Germans: Photographs by Michael Kerstgens from 1992 to the Present" is available on the website of the special exhibition of the Jewish Museum Berlin.
- from 2 May to 23 June 2013 at the Budapest History Museum, Buda Castle Building
R.B. Kitaj (1932–2007). Obsessions
The American artist R.B. Kitaj was one of the trailblazers of British figurative art in the 1960s. Beginning in the 1970s, Kitaj positioned himself as a Jewish artist, seeing himself as initiating a "diasporic" modern art. The retrospective rediscovers this theme throughout Kitaj’s œuvre.
More information on "R.B. Kitaj (1932-2007). Obsessions" is available on the website of the special exhibition of the Jewish Museum Berlin.
- in two parts at the London Jewish Museum (24 February to 16 June 2013) and at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester (23 February to 16 June 2013)
- at the Hamburg Kunsthalle from 19 July to 27 October 2013.