Esther & The Dream of One Loving Human Family
AVAM announces the return of its most beloved exhibited works in the national museum's 23-year history, the exquisitely tender testimonial embroideries created by Holocaust survivor, Esther Nisenthal Krinitz. AVAM premiered the works in 2001 that then traveled to 42 other museums around the world. Curator and museum founder, Rebecca Alban Hoffberger, states, "With the blessing of Esther's family, we proudly commit to an all-new, five-year, expansive installation, Esther and The Dream of One Loving Human Family. Our goal is to juxtapose the power of Esther's work and story with the experience of other innocent victims of cultural genocides, historic and current, to urgently underscore the great danger of demonizing any human being as an undesirable 'other.’"
Date & Time
February 23, 2019
10:00AM - 6:00PM
American Visionary Art Museum - 800 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD, 21230 800 Key Highway Baltimore 21230 MD US https://www.nalancaster.com/businesses/md-baltimore-american-visionary-art-museum