7 July – 3 September 2020, Delden: Kunststation – To write – or not to be
Twenty-one different historical handwritings fixed in as many ceramic tiles, a very personal fusion of Jewish family history and ceramic tile making.
15-29 June 2014, Amsterdam: Vous etes ICI gallery – “DI GANTSE MISJPOCHE”
Exhibition of works by artists Jasper Hagenaar, Gerard Polhuis, Marjolein Rothman and Emo Verkerk made in dialogue with the Löwenhardt Foundation. Click on a picture for enlargement.
Photography by Wieke Löwenhardt
9 November – 12 December 2012, Altenbeken, Germany: “Kurt Ikenberg visits his grandmother”
The exhibition in Altenbeken in Germany shared its location with the (now demolished) home of Kurt Ikenberg’s grandparents. Exhibits included the war-time correspondence between his mother Klara in Westerbork transition camp and her sister Friedel in Belfast, detailing how Kurt was growing-up in the camp. The exhibition also showed documentation relating to Kurt and the three paper cuts of Kurt by Marjolein Rothman. The exhibition was opened in the evening of 9 November 2012 in the presence of Mayor Hans Jürgen Wessels and other local dignitaries – to coincide with local commemorations of Kristallnacht in 1938.
February – May 2012, Amsterdam: City archives “InMemoriam“
February – April 2012, Amsterdam: Nieuw Dakota: “8 women” (Kurt Ikenberg series)
April – June 2010: Deurle, België: Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Solo of Emo Verkerk