On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration and extermination camp, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) wishes to pay tribute to the victims and survivors of the Shoah by presenting Yehouda Chaki: Mi Makir, A Search for the Missing, an exhibition by Montréal Jewish artist Yehouda Chaki.
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Credits and curator
An exhibition organized by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and curated by Iris Amizlev, Curator of Intercultural Arts, MMFA.
Yehouda Chaki: Mi Makir; A Search for the Missing was made possible thanks to the Bensadoun family, major patron of the exhibition, in collaboration with the Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal and the Azrieli Foundation.
The Museum extends its gratitude to Roslyn Margles and the Jonathan and Susan Wener family, as well as to exhibition ambassadors, the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Family Foundation, the Saryl and Stephen Gross Family Foundation, Riva and Thomas O. Hecht, Sari Hornstein, Amy Weinberg and Norbert Hornstein, Joel A. and Rhoda Pinsky, Julia and Stephen F. Reitman, Irwin and Sara Tauben and Viscofan Canada.
The Museum recognizes the essential contribution of its official sponsor, Denalt Paints. It thanks the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications for its support, as well as the Conseil des arts de Montréal and the Canada Council for the Arts for their ongoing support.