Groups representing Holocaust survivors are demanding an explanation for an art exhibition from 2015 showing named men and women playing tag in a Nazi death camp.
Watch: A clip from the controversial video. The clip is shown here censored. Video credit: Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
Two years after a museum in Poland showed a video exhibition featuring a naked game of tag played in a gas chamber of a former Nazi death camp, groups representing Holocaust survivors are demanding an explanation from Polish President Andrzej Duda.
The exhibition, which was reported by JerusalemOnline in 2015, was created by a Polish contemporary artist who filmed artists from Israel, Gemany and Poland.
The death camp in which the video was filmed was identified last Wednesday as the Stutthof death camp near Gdansk, where 29,000 Jews were murdered.