Exhibition design and realisation of the Core Exhibition - a project in progress
The Core Exhibition is the heart and soul of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Eight galleries, occupying more than 4,000 m² of space, will present 1000 years of history of the largest Jewish community in the world, settled on Polish land. The exhibition will show this presence in the manner that has never been shown before. Instead of artifacts locked in dusty display cabinets, visitors will participate in an interactive tale about Jewish history, culture and religion based on source materials – drawings, photographs, films and articles of everyday use.
The building itself was designed by a Finnish architect, Rainer Mahlamaki. The initial concept of the exhibition was prepared by the British company Event Communications.
The exhibition is being created by an international team of historical experts from Poland, the United States, and Israel and the Museum’s curatorial team. The Museum will open in the second half of 2013.
Status: Under Construction
Location: Warsaw, PL