Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art at the Jewish Museum
Hosted By: Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
During World War II, untold numbers of artworks and pieces of cultural property were stolen by Nazi forces. After the war, an estimated one million artworks and 2.5 million books were recovered. Many more were destroyed. This exhibition chronicles the layered stories of the objects that survived, exploring the circumstances of their theft, their post-war rescue, and their afterlives in museums and private collections. Please register in advance and the program link will be sent to you.
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