“I want the Jewish people and our people to see that there are very good relationships between us.”
Vishniac’s portfolio, including 20 binders of unprinted contact sheets, will have a permanent home at UC Berkeley in California.
Wallace & Gromit and Mad Magazine both owe a debt to Rube Goldberg.
Oskar Rabin first gained international attention for hanging from a moving bulldozer.
These artifacts serve as reminders of the impediments of bureaucracy, as well as the thin line between life and death.
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.”
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