Thursday October 6th
6:30pm - 9:30pm
"Leonard Freed (1929-2006) devoted his career as a Magnum photographer to making sense of a complex world. For over fifty years, Germany offered the American-born Freed a significant and repeated point of departure."
"In collaboration with the German Historical Institute, The Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery will be displaying a number of images from Freed's work on Jews in Germany after World War II."
This Thursday, the JCC will host a lecture with Paul Farber, co-curator of the exhibition "An American in Deutschland." Mr. Farber will be discussing photographer Leonard Freed's interest in the post-war Jewish community of Berlin. There will be a reception following the lecture.
Metro: Dupont Circle, Q St north exit and walk about 4 blocks or take any of the S line buses, S1, S2, S4 or S9 from along 16th St to Q St.