Syrien - Gegen das Vergessen

This picture shows a figure made of light yellow stone. The figure has two bulges on both sides that look like arms and it has shiny stones as "eyes".


Timespan 9.6. to 18.9.
Price Eintritt frei
Artists Jabbar Abdullah
Impaired mobility Wheelchair access
Accessibility Audio description (1 Date) German Sign Language (1 Date) Touch-tour (1 Date)

Syria - Against Forgetting

Exhibition at the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum.

With this exhibition, Syrian curator and archaeologist Jabbar Abdullah sets out to trace Syria's cultural memory. He shows historical Syrian artefacts from German collections - some of which are being made accessible to the public for the first time - in dialogue with contemporary standpoints, as well as Syrian everyday life and Culture of Remembrance.

The exhibition will be accessible thanks to the Sommerblut Culture Festival. There will be a summary of the contents in sign language as well as in the form of an audio description. In addition, some exhibits are available as 3D-printed objects for a TouchTour for blind and visually impaired people.

Further information about events or guided tours through the exhibition can be found on the museum's webpage under the following link:
Syria - Against Forgetting 


Donnerstag 9.6.
Sonntag 18.9.