Auschwitz Foundation - Exhibitions

We have five exhibitions available to the public.

Click on the FR or NL square at the top right of the page to access the exhibition pages in French or in Dutch.

  • collage_exposition14-45_200Belgium 1914-1945: Witnesses at the heart of the turmoil
    This exhibition covers the period from the First World War to the liberation of the camps and the return of the deportees between 1944 and 1946. In addition to the historical and cultural levels, the exhibition is accompanied throughout by a testimonial level that retraces the life paths of people who have given testimony to our Foundation. (available in French and in Dutch)



  • expo bevrijding collage nl 200The liberation of the camps and the return of the deportees
    This exhibition first describes the conditions under which the SS evacuated the camps (the death marches) following the Allied advance. After discussing the first liberation of camps in the East (Majdanek, Auschwitz) and the discovery of mass murder, several panels describe the circumstances in which the liberation and discovery of camps in the West took place. (available in French and in Dutch)



  • Exhibition Primo LeviPrimo Levi. From Survival to Oeuvre
    This exhibition on Primo Levi provides the public with a unique iconographic and documentary background. Designed to appeal to everyone, Primo Levi. From Survival to Oeuvre introduces us to one of the great witnesses of our time, a survivor of Auschwitz, by combining his biography with the oeuvre he has left us. (available in French, in Dutch and in German)



  • exposition victimes collageNL200Victims of the image. The Making, Reworking & Critique of Clichés
    Victims of war, natural disasters, epidemics... Civilian victims have invaded our daily lives for half a century. We see them in newspapers, on television, on posters in the street, in the underground. They have become somewhat banal, sometimes having the opposite effect. (available in French and in Dutch)



  • collage_exposition14-45_200Jean Améry. Choose your destiny. 1912-1978
    This exhibition deals with the oeuvre and career of the writer Jean Améry. His real name was Hans Mayer, an Austrian of Jewish origin, who went into exile in Belgium in 1938. During the war, he joined the resistance. Arrested in July 1943 and deported to Auschwitz, he survived and returned to live in Brussels. Jean Améry knows how to evoke philosophical and literary reflection on the Nazi terror, the genocide of the Jews and the violence of the 20th century. (available in French and in Dutch)

Click on the FR or NL square at the top right of the page to access the exhibition pages in French or in Dutch.


Auschwitz Foundation – Remembrance of Auschwitz
Rue aux Laines 17 box 50 – B-1000 Brussels
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BCE/KBO Auschwitz Foundation: 0876787354
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