Notre Fuhrer ( Vienne, ref 971), 2010
Notre Fuhrer ( Vienne, ref 971), 2010
Ink on paper
Unique artwork
Persécution dans la forêt, Auschwitz, ref 101, 1994
Persécution dans la forêt, Auschwitz, ref 101, 1994
Acrylic on cardboard
Unique artwork
Célia Pernot, courtesy la maison rouge
Sans titre ( Bergen-Belsen, ref 510), 1995
Sans titre ( Bergen-Belsen, ref 510), 1995
Ink on cardboard
39 x 27 inches
Unique artwork
Célia Pernot courtesy la maison rouge
L'enfer (Holle) ref 652, 25/07/2004
L'enfer (Holle) ref 652, 25/07/2004
Gouache on cardboard
Unique artwork
Untitled, ref 859, 1999
Untitled, ref 859, 1999
Mixed media on paper
Unique artwork
Tout est mort, ref 894, 16/10/1999
Tout est mort, ref 894, 16/10/1999
Mixed media on paper
Unique artwork
Peur, 1943 ( Vienne, ref 756), 2008
Peur, 1943 ( Vienne, ref 756), 2008
Ink on paper
Unique artwork
Sans titre, ref 842, 2002
Sans titre, ref 842, 2002
Encre sur papier
Unique artwork
Sans titre, ref 937
Sans titre, ref 937
Ink on paper
Unique artwork
Untitled (Bergen-Belsen, ref 942), 19/04/2011
Untitled (Bergen-Belsen, ref 942), 19/04/2011
Gouache on paper
12 x 16 inches
Unique artwork
Maman, ou est la mère de l'enfant? Elle est morte (Auschwitz, ref 951), 11/07/2009
Maman, ou est la mère de l'enfant? Elle est morte (Auschwitz, ref 951), 11/07/2009
Ink on paper
Unique artwork
Sans titre (Auschwitz), ref 988, 2011
Sans titre (Auschwitz), ref 988, 2011
Ink on paper
Unique artwork
Maman. Sans mots, ref 1002, 2010
Maman. Sans mots, ref 1002, 2010
Ink on paper
Unique artwork

Ceija
STOJKA

Ceija Stojka was born in Austria in 1933, the fifth of six children. Her family were Lovara Roma horse traders from Central Europe. Ceija was ten years old when she was deported with her mother, Marie Sidi, and other family members. She survived three concentration camps: Auschwitz-Birkenau, Ravensbrück and Bergen-Belsen. It was only forty years later, in 1988 at the age of fifty-five, that she felt the need and the necessity to tell her story and embarked on a vast act of memory. Though considered illiterate, she wrote several poignant books in a poetic and highly personal style. At the same time, she created powerful works on paper with her own colorful and strong style. She died in 2013, lefting behind about hundred works. In 2018, her artworks received a great receptionat a major exhibition at la maison rouge, Paris. That show developed into an exhibition that is now at Het Valkhof Museum in the Netherlands before going to Reina Sofia, in Madrid at the end of the year.