Lee Miller: To believe it

Lee Miller: To believe it


More than 75 years ago Lee Miller accompanied the American troops as a war photographer on behalf of Vogue as they marched from Normandy via Paris, Alsace, the Rhineland, Hesse and Thuringia to the Elbe in Torgau (and then to Bavaria). The exhibition shows a selection of over one hundred photographs capturing scenes of the 2nd World War.

Lee Miller
To believe it
9 August – 18 October 2020

Kunsthalle Erfurt
Fischmarkt 7
99084 Erfurt
kunstmuseen.erfurt.de/kunsthalle

Lee Miller wearing a special helmet borrowed from U.S Army photographer Don Sykes (Sergeant), Normandy France, 1944 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk

Lee Miller wearing a special helmet borrowed from U.S Army photographer Don Sykes (Sergeant), Normandy France, 1944 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk

Released prisoners in striped prison dress beside a heap of bones from bodies burned in the crematorium Buchenwald, Germany, 1945 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk

Released prisoners in striped prison dress beside a heap of bones from bodies burned in the crematorium Buchenwald, Germany, 1945 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk

Fire Masks, London England, 1941 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk

Fire Masks, London England, 1941 © Lee Miller Archives, England 2020 All rights reserved. leemiller.co.uk


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