Photographer Curtis Speer's exhibit at the Jameson & Thompson Gallery has captured the haunting legacy of Theresienstadt, a concentration camp from the Holocaust.
"His photos tell a story of the camp known for its use in Nazi propaganda, and the harsh reality of the suffering that occurred there..." describes the Jameson & Thompson website. "This exhibit isn't just about seeing great art—it's a journey into history, a tribute to resilience, and a reminder of the importance of remembrance. Curtis's work is a blend of artistic beauty and a poignant memorial to the victims of Theresienstadt."
"The exhibit aims to foster dialogue and understanding, encouraging visitors to engage with the painful past and contemplate the importance of remembrance in preventing the recurrence of such atrocities,"
The exhibit runs until February 26, and it's free for everyone. The Jameson & Thompson Picture Framer Gallery is located at 18 Bartlett Square and is open Monday 9 am to 5 pm, from 9 am to 6 pm on Tuesday through Friday, and 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday.