Luciana Nissim

Luciana with her father

Luciana Nissim

Luciana Nissim

From 1947 to 1956 she worked for Olivetti in Ivrea and, after falling out with Adriano Olivetti, in 1956 she moved to Milan and began studying psychoanalysis. In 1960 her son Alberto was born. She no longer talked about Auschwitz. From the end of the 1970s to the end of the 1980s she became one of the most interesting exponents of the Italian psychoanalyst school and developed her own original thinking that would lead her to have many followers. From 1987 onwards, she started to think about her experiences as a deportee once again and, after the death of Primo Levi and of her husband Franco Momigliano, began giving interviews on the Shoah: the first to Liliana Picciotto of CDEC in June 1989. Her analysis of what happened at Auschwitz continued until her death in December 1998.








INSMLI

Multimedia interactive exhibition
Turin • 27 January | 20 March 2010
Fossoli • 25 April | 11 July 2010
5-20 September 2010
Roma • 12 October | 27 November 2010