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Recollection: Lost Synagogues of Poland and Russia

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

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Author

Jack Henry Kunin.

Imprint

Golden, Colo., USA, 1995. Leaflet, 8 pp., cover illustration only, 21.5 × 11 cm. English.

Location

Foothills Art Center (23 September–25 October 1995)

Description

An 80-foot-long panoramic sculpture that reproduces in carved, varicolored woods the facades of Polish and Russian synagogues destroyed in the Holocaust. Leaflet with introduction to the work, personal history of the artist, and the types of synagogues featured. 1 item.

main keywords

COOPER, SUSANSYNAGOGUESSYNAGOGUES, MODELS/RECONSTRUCTIONSPOLANDRUSSIA/SOVIET UNION

minor keywords

HolocaustJewish Art, contemporary/modernSynagogues, architectureSynagogues, destruction ofSynagogues, PolandSynagogues, Russia/Soviet UnionSynagogues, wooden

Other venues

Mizel Museum of Judaica, Denver, Colo., USA (6 November 1995–25 February 1996); Sangre de Cristo Art Center, Pueblo, Colo., USA (16 March–18 May 1996); Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colo., USA (14 June–4 August 1996); Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, Calif., USA (1997)

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