2019 / Editorial / Photo Essay

A Memory

  • Photographer
    Beata Wolniewicz

The story of a Jewish girl who survived the Lodz (Poland) ghetto (93). She was a witness to the whole story and drama that took place behind the wires of the ghetto. The pictures were taken in museum in New York. Where were photos taken by her friend Henry Ross. Ross was employed by Germans for propaganda purposes. At the same time, he risked his life making a real picture of the ghetto. The exhibition concerned these unpublished photos. Private photos of Salomea Kape taken by Henry Ross in Israel. They often met and documented their friendship. It  was very emotional memory.