“Moi Ver” – audioguide
An exhibition of a genius of avant-garde photography discovered after many years.
The exhibition devoted to the life and work of Moshe Vorobeichic – a photographer, graphic artist and painter who belonged to the forefront of the 1920s European avant-garde – has arrived in Warsaw straight from Centre Pompidou in Paris.
A graduate of the Bauhaus School, Vorobeichic was active in Paris where he adopted the pseudonym Moi Ver. He returned to his native Vilnius and Poland many times. During these visits, he photographed the Jewish world which would soon cease to exist.
In the “Moi Ver” exhibition, we present a total of 300 photographs, posters, publications, design projects of books, paintings and documents. Thanks to years of research in the artist’s archive, Polish audience will have an opportunity to admire for the first time the rich and versatile oeuvre of Moshe Vorobeichic who is considered one of the most distinguished avant-garde photographers in France.