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Author Toll, Nelly S.

Title When memory speaks : the Holocaust in art / Nelly Toll.

Published Westport, Conn. ; London : Praeger, 1998.

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 UniM Bail  704.949940531 TOLL    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 125 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 27 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 117-118) and index.
Contents I. Art in the Holocaust. In the Camps. Gela Seksztejn. Bertolan Gondor -- II. Historical Perspective. Control of the Arts. Hitler's Rise to Power. Roots of Antisemitism. Theresienstadt. Janusz Korczak. The Kindertransport -- III. Artists' Retrospectives: Responses. Larry Rivers. N. Mieses. Antoinette Libro. George Segal. Mia Fendler-Immerman. Mauricio Lasansky. Audrey Flack. Sophia Richman. Sidney Goodman. Ann Shore. Jacob Barosin. Marlyn Ivory. Kitty Klaidman. Kim Fendrick. Elizabeth Koenig. Netty Schwarz Vanderpol. Martin Itzkowitz. Eric Lager. Marlene E. Miller. Renee Roth-Hano. Joseph Hahn. Libbie Soffer. Suzanne Reese-Horvitz and Robert Roesch. Harry J. Beethoven. Sara Nuss-Galles. Samuel Bak. Arie A. Galles -- IV. Living Memorials and Educational Institutions. An Overview of New York: A Living Memorial to the Holocaust Museum of Jewish Heritage / David Altshuler. Looking to the Future: Preserving the Past. Raoul Wallenberg and U.S. Holocaust Museums.
Summary Although the Holocaust represents one of the worst atrocities in the history of mankind, it is thought of by many only in terms of statistics - the brutal slaughter of over 6 million lives. The art of those who suffered under the most unspeakable conditions and the art of those who reflect on the genocide remind us that statistics cannot tell the entire story. This important and diverse collection focuses on the art expression from the inferno, documenting the Holocaust through sketches of camp life drawn surreptitiously by victims on scraps of paper, and through contemporary paintings, sculpture, and personal reflections. From an informative and comprehensive perspective, this book evokes a powerful response to the 20th-century catastrophe.
Subject Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in art.
Jewish artists -- Europe -- Psychology.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Europe.
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