FRIEDL'S CABINET: THE CHILDREN'S DRAWINGS FROM TEREZÍN
We are proud to introduce FRIEDL’S CABINET, a new project that pays tribute to Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (1898, Vienna –
1944, Auschwitz-Birkenau), one of the most progressive Central European female artists and art educators, and her students.
Featuring unique art teaching experiment that emerged in the extreme conditions of the Terezín ghetto and displaying originals
from the world’s largest collection of children’s drawings from the Shoah period, the CABINET is more than a traditional
museum exhibition – it is a powerhouse of inspiration and creativity.
Every donation matters
If you are interested in the Friedl´s Cabinet project and wish to support it, please consider a donation.