We would like to invite you to the exhibition of artist born in Bialystok Max Meir Mroz as a part of events commemorating the 75th anniversary of burning down the Great Synagogue in Białystok.
27 June 2016, Bialystok Cultural Centre, Legionowa 5
The entry to all events is free
18:30, BOK Gallery – Forum Cinema’s foyer
Max Meir Mroz / Jerusalem climates
The opening of the photograph exhibition / a guest appearance by FREY LECH TRIO
Max Meir Mroz – born in 1958 in Bialystok, a lawyer, a passionate photographer.
“Storing light, his own interpretation of the world is a wonderful adventure. At a young age I was fascinated by the formation of a photographic image onto photographic paper. This great adventure always took place in the darkroom with red or olive green light. It has always had its own unique atmosphere and charm. Now we can do it anywhere, with the help of computer programs and digital cameras(…). Photography is my love just as my wife and my family. Photography will always be a complement to my life and their own interpretation, a photographic record of the world.”
– Max Meir Mroz.
Organizers: The City of Bialystok, Bialystok Cultural Centre, Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Kultury Żydowskiej
Partner: Frey Lech Trio
19:00, Fama Club
Promotion of a book by Marta Masada: “Święto trąbek”
Meeting with author will be led by Katarzyna Sawicka-Mierzyńska
Book will be available for sale during the meeting.
Marta Masada – born in 1979 in Białystok. A literary critic, journalist (published among other in: „Wprost”, „Polityka”, „Rzeczpospolita”, she worked in TVP1). „Święto Trąbek” is her novel debut.
Partner: Wydawnictwo W.A.B.
20:00, Fama Club
„Kiriat Białystok. Szkice do sagi białostoczan” – a screening a movie by Dariusz Szada-Borzyszkowski
21:00, Square by Bialystok Cultural Centre
Karolina Cicha & Spółka „Jidyszland” – concert commemorating burning down the Great Synagogue in Białystok
More information about concert: HERE