The Jewish ghetto life and the tragedy of Holocaust in Latvia as seen through the eyes of the prominent Latvian modernist artist Aleksandra Beļcova (1892 - 1981). Impulsive drawings and metaphorical paintings, which express pain, mourning and compassion to the tragical fate of Riga Jews, are unique evidences of the Nazi occupation years and the emotional atmoshere of those terrible times. All works are exhibited for the first time! ATTENTION! The museum, as well as the exhibition, are now closed till November 20. Please visit us starting from November 21. We deeply apologise for this inconvenience!