Evidence and Artifact: Documenting the Holocaust Through Images
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies presents an exhibition of Richard Wiesel’s poster-size photographs of artifacts from German concentration camps. Each reproduction in the exhibit is a subtle and often tragic journey into the unimaginable horrors of the Holocaust. Wiesel is a renowned photographer who recently turned to exploring the power of photographs in storytelling, especially in the absence of language and documentation.
The official opening will include a private reception and a program, open to the public. During the public program, Wiesel will discuss his research and artwork.
Support for this exhibit was provided by CJP and the Lynn Museum/LynnArts.