Holocaust Museum Houston
January 16 - May 20, 2017
An exhibition of works by artist Barbara Hines. The exhibition attempts to focus on "what could be" rather than examining the horrors of the past. The show includes installation elements, voice recordings, sculptures, and more.
December 9 - May 14, 2017
An exhibition about the bracero program, "the largest guest worker program in U.S. history, which brought millions of Mexican nationals north to work on short-term labor contracts." This exhibition is presented both in Spanish and in English.
A juried exhibition of works that explore the theme of genocide. The show is organized by the Holocaust Museum Houston’s changing exhibitions committee, including Gus Kopriva,...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Samuel Bak. The works in the show “do not attempt to illustrate the atrocities of the Holocaust, yet they show viewers...Read More
An exhibition commemorating the 1.5 million children who died in the Holocaust.The show will feature a selection of butterflies created by children from across the world.
An exhibition of photographs by Roman Vishniac.
A new documentary film about Swiss diplomat Carl Lutz, who saved many thousands of Hungary Jews during WWII through the creative use of protective letters...Read More
It’s title referring to the Japanese concept of gaman, “to endure the seemingly unbearable with patience and dignity,” this exhibition features more than 120 creative...Read More
DC-area printmaker Pauline Jakobsberg’s works address the Holocaust and the loss of birthright that accompanies the loss of one’s homeland.
Through the use of personal objects, rare documents and photographs, “Uprooted” highlights the experiences of two Jewish families featuring materials from Holocaust Museum Houston’s Permanent...Read More
This exhibition features 58 photographs revealing WWII as seen through the lens of important Soviet photojournalists. Printed over six decades, the collection includes works by...Read More
Koenig uses gumoil photographic printing techniques to explore the architectural remains of 10 Nazi concentration camps. Based on his book of the same title, the...Read More
Boston-area artist and photographer Leslie Starobin highlights the bravery and hope of six families through a series of individual photomontages, each depicting their experiences during...Read More
Explores the “second generation” experience as the daughter of a hidden child and refugee from the Holocaust. Themes of repression and loss emerge, as do...Read More
50 of Bak’s paintings, studies and sketches bear personal testimony to the trauma of surviving.
A special presentation by Houstonian Burton Reckles, an internationally-recognized ship-in-a-bottle artisan who will speaks about his latest artwork, Eulogy. Reckles turned his talents to creating...Read More
The Holocaust Museum’s new library exhibition Passage to a New Life includes a selection of photographs, documents and artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collections and...Read More
Displaced Persons, chronicles the arrival of Holocaust refugees in the United States between 1947 and 1948 in New York. Kalischer’s show also includes the image...Read More
Holocaust Museum Houston’s traveling exhibit Whoever Saves a Life. Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust showcases a history of the Holocaust highlighting instances where people...Read More
After a fashion career that spanned six decades, Dallas Hill now lives and paints in a cedar-lined cabin in the Texas art community of New...Read More
German artist Hans Molzberger remembers growing up in the south of Germany after World War II. Through his unique mixed-media pieces in Never Let It...Read More
Examining Restitution: The Bielitz Collection is on view at the Laurie and Milton Boniuk Resource Center and Library at the Holocaust Museum Houston. This exhibition...Read More
"Besa: Muslims Who Saved Jews during the Holocaust depicts the heroic stories of Albanian Muslims who showed a heart-melting kindness and righteous determination to save...Read More
A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People
Check out work from Dr. Seuss‘ serious side and his "cartoons" focused on the concerns of WWII.