Ruth Schreiber has a solo exhibition “Letters from my Grandparents”, opening on the 16th of March and continuing until May 31st. The Ghetto Museum at the Terezin Memorial near Prague in the Czech Republic features this work which is part of her “Letters from my Grandparents” Holocaust Memorial Project.
Currently another section of that series is on view at New York’s Anne Frank Center USA until May 31. This exhibition, in partnership with the Jewish Art salon, can be viewed here.
Schreiber’s solo exhibition ‘Beyond Rubies’, curated by Lena Zaidel, takes place at the Agripas 12 Gallery in Jerusalem.
Opening April 9th, 8.30-10.30pm
Agripas st. 12, Jerusalem, 94301
Entrance to the gallery from Even Israel Square, one floor up.
Gallery hours: Monday-Thursday 4.30-7.30pm, Fridays and Erev Chag: 11-2pm
The exhibition continues until May 7th, 2016.
Schreiber is participating in “Unexpected: Continuing Narratives of Identity and Migration” at Ben Uri Gallery [view] at 108a Boundary Rd., London NW8 0RH, UK. The exhibition runs until April 24th.
Her work has also been chosen for the upcoming Ben Uri celebratory exhibition “100 for 100” which will run at Christies – South Kensington, in London, 24th May- 9th June.
Ruth Schreiber’s “Welcome Package” made out of bread and salt, was included in the Purim exhibit “Hand Delivery” (Mishloach Yad) which ran until March 27th.at Neve Schechter Cultural Center, Aharon Chelouche St 42, Tel Aviv-Yaffo: here.