‘Forbidden Art’ from Auschwitz-Birkenau exhibited in California

A travelling exhibition will display “Forbidden Art” from Auschwitz-Birkenau. 20 artworks will be displayed, authored by prisoners of the World War II concentration camp.
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A Californian art exhibition is showcasing artwork authored by Auschwitz-Birkenau prisoners. Forbidden Art is a joint venture between UCLA Hillel and St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, running until January 31. The exhibition displays 20 artworks created in the concentration camp, the site of the murder of one million Jewish prisoners. Providing a rare and poignant insight into life at the world’s most infamous concentration camp, Forbidden Art is intended as a reminder of human resilience and dignity in the face of great adversity.

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