Portraits for the Jewish Museum Francfort

The 220,000 jewish immigrants, who fled the former Sowjet Union between 1989 and 2005, crucially marked the jewish community of post-war germany.


These portraits, commissioned by the Jewish Museum Frankfurt am Main for its exhibition "Ausgerechnet Deutschland! Jüdisch- russische Einwanderung in die Bundesrepublik" in 2010, show some of these jewish-russian immigrants at their place of work in Germany.