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Peaches At Jewish Museum In Berlin

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BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 31: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Canadian electronic musician and performance artist Peaches (Merrill Beth Nisker) speaks to a visitor while sitting in the 'live exhibit' portion of the exhibition 'The Whole Truth - Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Jews...' on its second to last day after a run of over five months at the Juedisches Museum (Jewish Museum Berlin) on August 31, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The temporary exhibition, which challenges cliches about Jews, featured a different volunteer 'real live Jew' on site for two hours every day to answer visitors' spontaneous questions about their religion. Critics compared the exhibit to 19th-century European freak show attractions under the name Hottentot Venus, but supporters saw the live section as being educational for visitors. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 31: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Canadian electronic musician and performance artist Peaches (Merrill Beth Nisker) speaks to a visitor while sitting in the 'live exhibit' portion of the exhibition 'The Whole Truth - Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Jews...' on its second to last day after a run of over five months at the Juedisches Museum (Jewish Museum Berlin) on August 31, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The temporary exhibition, which challenges cliches about Jews, featured a different volunteer 'real live Jew' on site for two hours every day to answer visitors' spontaneous questions about their religion. Critics compared the exhibit to 19th-century European freak show attractions under the name Hottentot Venus, but supporters saw the live section as being educational for visitors. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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