Great resonance: the Yad Vashem exhibition ‘Flashes of Memory’ in Berlin extended – educational partner Volkswagen continues to support visitor formats

Rita Werneyer
Rita Werneyer
Volkswagen Communications | Spokesperson Cultural Engagement
A group of young people, Volkswagen's "Best Apprentices" from around the world, visit the exhibition "Flashes of Memory. Photographs in the Holocaust". View into the large exhibition hall
View into the exhibition ‘Flashes of Memory’ at the ‘Museum für Fotografie’ in Berlin.
  • Exhibition ‘Flashes of Memory. Photography during the Holocaust’ to be continued through January 28, 2024, in response to high visitor interest
  • Important project on the culture of remembrance at the ‘Museum für Fotografie’
  • Impressive photos from the period of the Holocaust make a clear statement against antisemitism
  • The Volkswagen Group continues to support educational work related to the exhibition

Berlin/Wolfsburg. In response to the tremendous interest of museum visitors, the exhibition ‘Flashes of Memory. Photography during the Holocaust’ will be extended to January 28, 2024, in the ‘Museum für Fotografie’ in Berlin. The Volkswagen Group will continue to act as an educational partner of the exhibition project, which was originally scheduled to run from March 24 to August 20, 2023. The exhibition in Berlin is on loan from the international remembrance center Yad Vashem and marks the first time that the exhibit has been displayed outside Jerusalem.

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