The Seeing Auschwitz exhibition is an original creation by Musealia, in collaboration with the Auschwitz -Birkenau State Museum, and the participation of the United Nations and UNECO.
A panel of curators of renowned experts in the history of the camp and education of the Holocaust was brought together to prepare it: Paul Salmons (chief curator), Robert Jan van Pelt and Miriam Greenbaum.
Paul Salmons is one of the world’s leading experts on Holocaust education.
During his professional career as an independent curator and educator specializing in difficult histories, he stands out as the author ofacclaimed educational resources for the United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Salmons also helped create the Holocaust exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London; He co-founded the Center for Holocaust Education at University College London and was part of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, an intergovernmental body with the participation of more than 30 states.
Paul Salmons is currently developing new exhibitions, pedagogical and educational resources for organizations in the United Kingdom, Europe and North America and belongs to the team of curators of the exhibition. “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away”, also created by Musealia and awarded at the Europa Nostra 2020 European Heritage Awards with the Grand Prix in the category of “Education. Training and Awareness”.