Chronology

1900: Jechezkiel David Kirszenbaum born in Staszow, Poland

1900-1920: Staszow

1920: Westphalia

1921: Berlin

1923: Bauhaus, Weimar

1925-1933: Berlin

1933-1940: Paris

1941-1945: Southern France / French internment camps

1945-1947: Paris

1947-1949: various voyages to Brazil, Morocco and Italy

1949-1954: Paris

1954: death from cancer

 

Salons and exhibitions:

 

1923-1932 Germany and the Netherland.

 

1923- Weimar.

1926-1929 Illustrator an caricaturist –pseudonym Duvdivani.

1927- Berlin and solo exhibition at Der Sturm Gallery.

1929- Berlin "Juryfreie Kunstaustellung".

1931- Utrecht.

1931- Berlin "Frauen in Not".

1932-Berlin"Revolutionäre Malerei"

1932-Amsterdam

 
1933-1946 France.

 

Paris:

1934-Salon d'Automne.

1938- Salon des Surindépendants.

1938-Exposition des Peintres Allemands.

 

South of France:

 

1941-Camp "St. Sauveur"-Bellac (Haute Vienne).

1945-Galerie Folklore-Limoges.

1946-Maison de la Pensée Française-Lyon.

 

1947-1954 France-Brazil-Morroco.

 

France-Paris:

 

1946-Salon des Tuileries.

1947-Salon des Surindépendants.

Galerie Quatres Chemins

Rothschild Foundation: Arts Sacrés sujets religieux.

 

Brazil:

 

1948-Galerie Domos-Sao Paulo Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil-Rio de Janeiro

 

France-Paris:

 

1951-Galerie Weil-Paris.

1953-Galerie au Pont des Arts.

1954-Salon Témoins de leur Temps.

 

Retrospective Exhibitions:

1955 - Galerie Tzavta, Jerusalem, Israel

1962 - Galerie Flinker, Paris, France 

2013 - Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Israel

2014 - Museum of the Jewish People, Tel Aviv, Israel

2015 - Galerie Vassilieff, Paris, France

2018/19 - The Mimara Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

2019 - The Museum of Persecuted Art, Solingen, Germany

 

2020: The Boulogne Billancourt new Jewish Center in conjunction with the Musée des Anées Trente, Paris suburb, France