Before the Soviets shaped their New Man, there was debate over just what he should look like.
With this exhibit the museum is aiming for a broader appeal that transcends religious divisions.
Museale Verwervingen is already close to completing its mission to find and return art stolen from Jewish families by Nazis and their collaborators.
Elsa Koditschek spent much of World War II hiding in her house while an SS Officer lived on the ground floor.
“I never had any idea there was any interest in these pictures,” Fendrich said. “All the pictures were headed to a garbage can.”
In “What Big Ideas,” Season 2, Episode 4 of HBO’s “The Deuce,” the Hi-Hat Bar had a new patron: Photographer Nan Goldin.
“He became a symbol of people’s ability to escape from impossible circumstances. His career is a metaphor for freedom.”
The installation features a virtual reality film “The Last Goodbye” in which Pinchas Gutter takes the viewer to the Majdanek concentration camp.
In “Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable,” a complicated portrait of the artist emerges.
“Recovery must belong to people, not corporations who cause and profit off our pain,” Goldin’s statement reads.
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