Album G.T.

5. 10. – 6. 11. 2022
Bubny Station

Opening hours: Wed–Fri 2–6pm, Sat–Sun 1–6pm
We apologize for the visitor restrictions:
On October 16, the exhibition will be open until 5 pm,
on October 20 until 4 pm

Admission free

The first exhibition of photographs from the Terezín ghetto found in the estate of the journalist Milan Weiner will be held at Bubny Station, a place of memory from which some fifty thousand of Prague’s Jewish citizens were deported to the wartime ghettos and concentration and extermination camps.

The collection of forty-one photographs taken in 1942–1944 includes stylized portraits of the ghetto’s residents and secretly shot images of life in Terezín. Their introduction preceded by an attempt at identifying the portrayed individuals. These efforts yielded new grand stories of the twentieth century, the discovery of which is a new experience that we now share with the public.

For schools, we have put together guided tours followed by a dialogue with old photographs in the Album G.T. Studio.

Educator-led program for schools:

The event is held under the auspices of the Minister of Culture Martin Baxa.