The Krum Gallery
celebrating Jewish & American refugee and immigrant art

Julian Voloj

Emigrated from Germany to New York, NY in 2003.

The German-born photographer and writer Julian Voloj explores aspects of identity and heritage in his work. His award-winning photography has been shown in various venues in the US and Europe, including the Queens Museum of Art, John Slade Ely House – Center for Contemporary Art, Museum of the City of New York, Bronfman Center at NYU, Makor, and the Deutsch-Historisches Museum in Berlin. He has been published in various American and European publications, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, the Brooklynite, Forward, Tachles, and the Jerusalem Post.

Julian immigrated to the US in 2003 from Brussels, Belgium. He lives in New York City with his wife Lisa and two children, Leon and Simon.

Julian's Artwork (25)

Edward Koch

From the series "New York: 100 Jewish Portraits"

Bobov

From the series "Hasidim in Brooklyn"

Moshe Klein

From the series "Hasidim in Brooklyn"

Chabad Shluchim

From the series "Hasidim in Brooklyn"

Ethiopia

From the series "Ethiopian Diary"

Krakow

From the series "European Jewish Heritage"

Worms

From the series "European Jewish Heritage"

Patronato Synagogue

From the series "Jewish Cuba"

Shabbat

From the series "Jewish Cuba"

Salomon

From the series "Jewish Cuba"

Street Corner

From the series "What remains from the past? Revisiting Detroit's former Jewish neighborhoods"

Rosh Hashanah

From the series "Black Jews"

Prayer

From the series "Black Jews"

Rabbi Levy

From the series "Black Jews"

David and Stan Zimmerman, owners "Sammy's Roumanian"

From the series "New York: 100 Jewish Portraits"

Edgar Bronfman, former president World Jewish Congress

From the series "New York: 100 Jewish Portraits"

Benjamin Melendez, former gang leader and ‘marrano'

From the series "New York: 100 Jewish Portraits"

Shearith Israel Cemetery, Chinatown

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Lower East Side

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Layers of History

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Former Hebrew Institute of University Heights

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Former Hebrew Institute of University Heights, detail

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Former Jacob Schiff Center Description

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Former Jacob Schiff Center, detail

From the series "Forgotten Heritage: Uncovering New York's Hidden Jewish Past"

Blaine Street

From the series "What remains from the past? Revisiting Detroit's former Jewish neighborhoods"