Three Holocaust survivors to give talk at Hornsey Library
THREE Holocaust survivors will give a talk at Hornsey Library on Wednesday. Roman Halter, Harry Olmer and Mala Tribich will speak at the opening of a new exhibition at the gallery. Entitled The Day of Liberation from the Camps – May 1945, it features pri
THREE Holocaust survivors will give a talk at Hornsey Library on Wednesday.
Roman Halter, Harry Olmer and Mala Tribich will speak at the opening of a new exhibition at the gallery.
Entitled The Day of Liberation from the Camps - May 1945, it features prints, drawings and paintings by Mr Halter, who survived Auschwitz and Stutthof death camps and escaped after the bombing of Dresden.
He eventually returned to his home town of Chodecz in Poland to find that his entire family had been murdered, and that only four of the town's 800 Jews had survived.
Moving to the UK, Halter became an architect and later an artist, working in stained glass and bronze as well as on paper. He lives in Crouch End.
The talk takes place at 7pm in the library gallery in Haringey Park, Crouch End.
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The exhibition runs from April 29 to May 10. The gallery is open Monday to Friday from 1pm to 7pm and on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4pm.
For more details, telephone 020-8489 1429.