Collaboration

For both its clients and its own projects ProMu Cultural Projects has collaborated with various international partners and artists

Artists
Jan Banning (NL)
Mieke Bal (NL)
Esther Eliane Bots (NL)
Pavel Brat (RU)
Irina Drozd (RU)
Karolina Freino (PL)
Rafał Jakubowicz (PL)
Ivan Plusch (RU)
Jana Romanova (RU)
Wojtek Wilczyk (PL)
Krystina Ziach (NL/PL)

Austria

Jewish Museum Vienna
Jewish Museum Hohenems
erinnern.at (Bregenz)

Denmark
Danish Jewish Museum (Copenhagen)

England
Jewish Museum London

Germany
Jewish Museum Berlin
Jewish Museum Munich
Jewish Museum of Franconia (Fürth)
Jewish Culture Museum Augsburg-Schwaben

Hungary
Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives (Budapest)

Israel
The Israel Museum (Jerusalem)
U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art (Jerusalem)
The Museum of Libyan Jews (Or Yehuda)
Gross Private Collection (Ramat Aviv)
Yad Vashem (Jerusalem)

Italy
Jewish Museum Venice

Lithuania
Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum (Vilnius)

the Netherlands
Nieuw Dakota (Amsterdam)
ZE Elders (Amsterdam)
Stichting Grand Tour (Amsterdam)
Slavic Cultures & Languages Dept., University of Amsterdam
History Dept., University of Amsterdam
Diamond Museum (Amsterdam)
Brill Publishers (Leiden)
Centre for International Heritage Activities (Leiden)
Association of European Jewish Museums (Amsterdam)
Jewish Historical Museum (Amsterdam)

Norway
Oslo Jewish Museum
HL-senteret, Center for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities (Oslo)

Poland
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Warsaw)
Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute (Warsaw)
Marek Edelman Center for Dialogue (Lodz)
Herbst Palace Museum (Lodz)
Muzeum Sztuki (Lodz)
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett (Warsaw)

Russian Federation
Loft Project ETAGI (Saint Petersburg)
FotoDepartament (Saint Petersburg)
ART re.FLEX Gallery (Saint Petersburg)
Nepokorennie (Saint Petersburg)
Rizzordi Art Foundation (Saint Petersburg)
TOK curatorial collective (Saint Petersburg)
Peter the Great Historical Society (Saint Petersburg)
Freud’s Dream Museum (Saint Petersburg)
Center “Petersburg Judaica” (Saint Petersburg)
State Museum of the History of Religion (Saint Petersburg)
The Russian Museum of Ethnography (Saint Petersburg)

Slovakia
Slovak National Museum – Museum of Jewish Culture (Bratislava)
Bratislava Jewish Community Museum

Spain
Sephardic Museum of Toledo

Switzerland
Jewish Museum of Switzerland (Basle)
Braginsky Collection (Zürich)

Turkey
The Izmir Project

United States
Council of American Jewish Museums (New York)