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Papers relating to Liberman's Holocaust Wall Hangings documenting events of the Holocaust including photographs and slides of works of art; 29 VHS videos of panel discussions and exhibition installations; 20 audio cassettes and 3 mini cassettes of interviews and lectures; letters and manuscripts.
Judith Weinshall Liberman papers, 1960-2003. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Multi-media artist; Boston, Mass.; b. 1929 Liberman was born and lived in Israel before moving to the United States, where she developed an interest in Jewish history. She is primarily known for her large scale Holocaust Wall Hangings created with paint, printing, applique, embroidery, beading, stencling and drawing. Liberman's work was exhibited at museums in New England and Israel from 1988-2003.
Donated 2003 by Judith Weinshall Liberman.
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