|Translated title||Nothing More to Say and Nothing to Weep Over. A Jewish Cemetery in Germany. Lesson and Interpretations of the Jewish Cemetery Rödelsee, its History and its People. Exhibition Catalog|
|Authors & Editors||
Christian Reuther, Michael Schneeberger.
Berlin, Germany, 1994. 160 pp., illustrations: 4 col., 176 b&w, 28 × 18.2 cm. German.
Deutsches Historisches Museum (13 September–25 October 1994)
Photographic exhibition on the desecration of Jewish cemeteries and memorials, as exemplified by the cemetery in Rödelsee. Attention also paid to the history of Rödelsee’s Jewish community and its individual members (including the women’s Hevra Kadisha), with personal histories and photographs of individuals and families juxtaposed with photographs of their tombstones. Numerous texts and readings, some in the form of eulogies. Photographs by Christian Reuther. No itemized listing.
Rathaus Kitzingen, Germany (2–16 June 1991); Stadtmuseum Siegburg, Germany (4 February–7 March 1993); Museum für Sepulkralkultur, Kassel, Germany (18 March–16 May 1993); Museum Bochum, Germany (24 July–22 August 1993); Haus Dacheröden, Erfurt, Germany; Stadtmuseum Dessau, Germany; Stadtmuseum Gera, Germany; Mainfränkisches Museum Würzburg, Germany; Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Germany; Rathaus Aschaffenburg, Germany; Alte Synagoge Kitzingen, Germany (8–29 September 2002)
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