Famous Romanian painters of Jewish origin, including Medi Dinu, Margareta Sterian and others
In the context of the blooming of lately what we can consider as a true cultural move to bring back the history of the capital with numerous articles, books and albums that appear at an impressive frequency, efforts and results would be incomplete without including this aspect , in some respects indispensable, because in some areas the Sephardi and Ashkenazi Jews (and minorities in general) were pioneers. Old and new images, successful stories, and storyline stories with formerly populated characters Bucharest Sefard is being made available to the visitor to be able to give an overview of this world today only virtual but still too beautiful to be given forgetting, because not only the Sephardic synagogues and communal buildings have disappeared, but also the Sephardic ones themselves; of those who once represented most of the Jewish people in Bucharest, today there are only a few who can count on their fingers.
Hedy Klein's memoir album presents in the form of the traveling exhibition "Memories of an Album" a fragment of the life of a Jewish girl, her family and classmates in Oradea in 1944. Hedy was deported from Oradea to Auschwitz during the Holocaust in Northern Transylvania and survived. The exhibition was carried out with the financial support of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and the Canadian Embassy in Romania.