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The exhibition will be mounted in conjunction with a 5 PM lecture on April 21 "The Holocaust and Art: Differing Approaches," featuring Ohio Wesleyan University professor emeritus, artist Marty J. Kalb, whose "Holocaust Series" documents what he calls "the industrialization of murder by a modern government."
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Marty J. Kalb, Artist and Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio
35th Annual Scholarsâ€™ Conference on Holocaust
Marty J. Kalb, Ohio Wesleyan University (Delaware, OH)
Prof's drawing acquired by ...
Prof's drawing acquired by Buenos Aires museum A charcoal drawing from the â€œHolocaust Seriesâ€� by Marty J. Kalb, Ohio Wesleyan University emeritus professor of fine arts, recently was acquired by the Museo del Holocausto in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Prof's drawing acquired by Buenos Aires museum - The Delaware Gazette - delgazette.com
A charcoal drawing from the "Holocaust Series" by Marty J. Kalb, Ohio Wesleyan University emeritus professor of fine arts, recently was acquired by the Museo del Holocausto in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The museum is supported through the Holocaust Memorial Foundation
, and was declared a "site of cultural interest" by the city of Buenos Aires in 2006.
The drawing is titled "Judenrein #1.
says it is a depiction of the burial site at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at the time of its liberation by the British army
A painting from Kalb's
"Holocaust Series" will be exhibited at Ohio Wesleyan University
in conjunction with the OWU
Department of Theatre and Dance's
production of "The Kindertransport.
The performance will open at the Chappelear Drama Center on Feb. 18 at 8 p.m.
It will continue with evening performances through Saturday, Feb. 21, and a matinee on Sunday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m.
Information for this story was provided by Marty J. Kalb
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Marty Kalb, Professor Emeritus at Ohio Wesleyan University