Locomotive Exhibition by Click Academy at Belsize Square Synagogue.
There is a pinhole photography exhibition taking place at the Belsize Square Synagogue in London on the 14th April – 17th May 2011. It is a retrospective selection of works produced during the Locomotive project by Click Academy in which artists Marta Kotlarska, Olga Głazik and Anna Udowicka
collaborated with young Polish and Jewish people living in London.
The Locomotive project was dedicated to commemorate and celebrate common Polish and Jewish heritage. The history of the Jews in Poland dates back over a millennium. Poland was home to the largest and most significant Jewish community in Europe and served as the centre for their culture, starting from a long period of religious tolerance and prosperity among the country's Jewish population. The Jewish cultural scene was particularly vibrant in pre-World War II Poland with numerous Jewish publications and over 116 periodicals. The Jewish authors of the period, among them Julian Tuwim, made important contributions to Polish literature and in Poland, generations of children have read the classic Tuwim’s children’s poem “Locomotive”.
The exhibition was financially supported by Polish Cultural Institute. The illustrations were kindly printed by AdDesignStudio in London.
Belsize Square Synagogue was founded in 1939 by a group of refugees from Central Europe mainly from Germany. It is an independent synagogue - neither orthodox nor reform and it occupy its own place in British Jewry. Traditional yet modern, its story after 70 remarkable years is still unfolding
Akademia Pstryk / Click Academy (www.ClickAcademy.co.uk) is an art group using pinhole photography as a means of social change through empowering communities. Since 2004 we have been working with young people from ethnic minority groups, to address the issues they face.
We are providing workshops of pinhole photography for kids.
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