Red Bank, NJ – Red Bank Community Church today announced that it will present an art exhibit celebrating the life of Lee Liebmann, an 86-year-old resident of Teaneck, NJ who left Nazi Germany just weeks before Kristallnacht—which marked the beginning of the end of Jewish life there.

The exhibit will feature works by Lee Liebmann’s daughter-in-law Gerda Liebmann, a Swiss-born local artist whose work has been displayed in galleries worldwide.  These works offer a visually compelling narrative of Mr. Liebmann’s life-journey, which began in the town of Limburg where his father was a horse dealer and brought him to London during World War II before he came to the United States in 1946.

The exhibit opening will also offer an informative live interview of Mr. Liebmann by his son, RBCC senior pastor Rev. Lenny Liebmann—followed by an open question-and-answer session.

Everyone is invited to attend the opening of this very special event, which will be held:

Saturday, October 16 at 3:00 PM

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Red Bank Community Church

135 Monmouth St.

Red Bank, NJ

Additional exhibit hours will be 1:00-3:00 PM on October 16, 23 and 24 .  Special exhibit times are available by request for schools, synagogues, churches and other interested organizations.

The exhibit is free.  Donations will be accepted and are welcome.

For more information, please call 732-872-0056 or visit

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