WALDSEE 1944
2B Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

 

The exhibition of works by Hungarian and international artists at the 2B Gallery is a tribute to the 565,000 Hungarian Jews who perished in World War II. The unanswered letters from 1944, Auschwitz turn into postcards with the help of the artists. The project started in 2004 and has been steadily growing with many new works since then. We will exhibit the works of 110 artists upon the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust.

CRUEL CORRESPONDENCE
anti-semitic postcards 1895-1930

The originals of the antisemitic postcards can be found in the collection of the Queensborough Community Center/Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, we are able to present the copies with their kind permission. These postcards printed between 1895 and 1930 illustrate the universal nature of antisemitism – they were issued in England, Argentina, Austria, the US, France, Hungary and Germany.

THE LOST MEN GRAHAMSTOWN I was selected by the curators for this exhibition.

 

 




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