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"Funny"exhibition devoted to Holocost opened in Estonia
Place: Tartu, Estonia
Provocative works of Polish artists, exhibited in the Museum of the Estonian city of Tartu, angered representatives of the local Jewish community. Among the works exhibited in the Museum in Tartu - video of Polish artist Artur Zmijewski, banned in Germany, involving naked people, which was shot in the former gas chambers in place of the Nazi concentration camp „Auschwitz-Birkenau". According to various sources, up to two million people of different nationalities were killed in the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Under pressure from human rights organizations scandalous exhibition was closed.
Director of the Tartu Art Museum
01:16-01:29(en) The exhibition has been opened for one hour, and there have been several visitors. I haven't been talking to them. So everything is calm and normal, like every other day in the museum.
01:29-01:41(en) Acording to the statements in media, Estonian Jewish community have announced, that some parts of the exhibition have hurt their feelings.