A photo exhibition in the Jewish Museum

4. Exhibition design



When working on the design of the exhibition of American portrait painter Philip Halsman, the main task was to equip and complicate the monotonous transit space provided for hanging out - to turn the corridor into a gallery.

In the narrow 60-meter passage, allocated for exposure, inserted "overhead" painted in pink walls, parallel to the walls of the room; In two places they change direction, crossing each other and forming cross-shaped structures with arches for passage. The enfilade thus obtained divides spaces into rooms, whereby coziness appears in the transit room, and intrigue in the rectilinear narrative of the exhibition.