Holocaust Museum Houston opening reception: Life: Survivor Portraits

Holocaust Museum Houston

In Hebrew, 18 is "chai," meaning life.

Holocaust Museum Houston's exhibition Life: Survivor Portraits serves as an exploration and a celebration of the lives that Houston-area survivors of the Holocaust have created for themselves. During the museum's 18th anniversary year, this new series by local artist Kelly Lee Webeck will include 18 portraits of local survivors and 18 images that document the home space each survivor has created. The exhibit will include 36 gelatin silver prints.

On view through Oct. 12



Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004


Admission is free for museum members.
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