On Friday (21.10.2022), the Jewish Museum Berlin launches "Inside Out," a new exhibition entirely based on Israeli literary star Etgar Keret, who wrote nine short stories for the project.
The stories, based on his life and his mother's memories, will be presented to the public for the first time. They depict everyday family life in Israel, but are also influenced by traumatic war events experienced by his mother, who was born in Poland in 1934.
Objects from the museum's collections were selected to illustrate Keret's texts, and commissioned works by contemporary artists that were created in collaboration with the author are also on display.
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“Fly Already” by Etgar Keret performed by Liev Schreiber, “Where Are You?” by Joyce Carol Oates performed by Dianna Agron, Keret's “One Gram Short” performed by Ira Glass, and Oates’ “Assassin” read by Becky Ann Baker.