The Jewish Ghetto life and the tragedy of Holocaust in Latvia as seen through the eyes of a prominent Latvian modernist artist Aleksandra Beļcova (1892 - 1981). Her sketches from Ghetto life and scenes from the killing fields, her paintings of a mourning mother convey compassion to the tragic fate of Riga Jews. Her art work is a unique evidence of the Nazi occupation years and the emotional atmosphere during the war times. Most of her drawings are exhibited for the first time. The exhibition is open till July 8.