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Sunday, January 20 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
The Aesthetics and Politics of Remembrance: Holocaust Memory in the German Capitol

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Back from their recent trips to Berlin, Ilana Segal and Tamar Benzikry will take you on an interactive tour of the city’s many and varied sites of Jewish memory, ranging from the monumental "Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe"—an undulating grid of concrete slabs encompassing five-acres in central Berlin—to the ghost-filled halls of the Jüdische Mädchenschule, a former Jewish girls school that is now home to trendy art galleries and restaurants. Using video, image, text, and graphic novel, they will engage you in an exploration of the creation, reception, aesthetics, and after-lives of these public spaces, comparing them to sites of Holocaust remembrance in the United States and internationally.

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Tamar Benzikry

Tamar Benzikry has designed and managed 30+ regional mission-driven art programs and projects including SODO Track, the first mural to commission over 60 artists from 20 countries to explore one theme, transforming the daily commute for 50,000 people. Tamar holds an MA in Jewish... Read More →
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Ilana Segal Robicsek

Ilana Segal earned her Bachelors degree in Art History from Columbia College and graduated from the Jewish Theological Seminary and Columbia University's joint Masters program in Jewish Art & Visual Culture. Ilana has worked as a Judaica advisor to Sotheby's auction house and has... Read More →

Sunday January 20, 2019 1:15pm - 2:30pm PST