Judith Kerr is well known for her popular children’s books including The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Mog the Forgetful Cat. She was born in Berlin in 1923 to a Jewish family. Her father, Alfred Kerr, was a prominent theatre critic, poet and broadcaster who was openly critical of the Nazis. Her mother, Julia Kerr, was a composer.

This exhibition was curated to mark the centenary of Judith Kerr’s birth. All items are courtesy of Seven Stories, unless otherwise stated.

With thanks to Seven Stories and Philippa Perry.

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