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Janine Lehmann
Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 410
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The following catalogs assemble academic articles and essays documenting, explaining and supplementing selected special exhibitions.

Book cover "Fred Stein. Paris New York" with the photograph "Little Italy", New York 1943
Fred Stein
Paris New York

Accompanying the exhibition "In an Instant," a book showing Fred Stein's work has been published by the Kehrer Verlag. Stein left behind a complex and existensive oeuvre which this publication presents comprehensively for the first time.

The book includes texts by Cilly Kugelmann, Gilles Moras, Rosemary Sullivan and Theresia Ziehe.

49,90 euros

Obssessions
R.B. Kitaj (1932–2007)

R.B. Kitaj is one of the most interesting and significant artists of the twentieth century and the subject of the Jewish Museum Berlin's first retrospective in 14 years. Drawing for the first time on R.B. Kitaj's extensive personal archive and estate, the exhibition presents an objective overview of the artist's œuvre independent of his quirks.

34 euros

(at the museum shop), regular bookstore price: 48 euros

Cover of the catalog accompanying the exhibition "Russians Jews Germans. Photographs by Michael Kerstgens from 1992 to the Present"
Neues Leben. Russen Juden Deutsche
[New Life. Russians Jews Germans]

A catalog accompanying the exhibition "Russians Jews Germans. Photographs by Michael Kerstgens from 1992 to the Present" was published by Kehrer Art Books, Heidelberg. It includes more than 120 pictures as well as essays by Michael Kerstgens, Hanno Loewy and Wolfgang Büscher (German version only).

29,90 euros

Cover of the catalog "Berlin Transit"
Berlin Transit
Jewish Immigrants from Eastern Europe in the 1920s

From the turn of the 19th to the 20th century until after World War I, Berlin was a place of refuge and a way station for tens of thousands of Jews from Eastern Europe. Drawing on their wide social networks and fluency in many languages, the immigrants shaped the city culturally and socially, though much of their activity is absent in Berlin’s cultural memory.

24,90 euros

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