Both Roy Strassberg and Bunny Burson’s works pull from memories and research of the Holocaust. As first generation American Jews with family stories from this haunting time, Strassberg and Burson’s marks contain a raw and arresting energy. Reading between those lines, viewers may investigate the deeply personal stories that begin to rise to the surface of the works. Here, marks become memories in service of tikkum olam – a Jewish concept translated as acts which might repair the world.
Between the Lines is part of the St. Louis Arts Experience, a citywide arts collaboration from September 30 through October 16. Discover your passion at STLartsExperience.org
Funding for this exhibition is provided by Nancy and Ken Kranzberg, Sheila Greenbaum and Gary Wasserman, JoAnn and Ted Sanditz, Anabeth and John Weil of Pershing Place Foundation.
All works of Bunny Burson courtesy of Bruno David Gallery.
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The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center is sponsoring the Artists Talk, generously underwritten by the Jerry and Joan Kaskowitz Fund. For more information about the HMLC visit www.hmlc.org.
ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST MUSEUM AND LEARNING CENTER (HMLC)
The Holocaust Museum and Learning Center teaches the history and lessons of the Holocaust, inspiring all people to confront hatred, promote human dignity and prevent genocide. HMLC fulfills its mission by providing exceptional education opportunities for the broader community through programs, workshops for teachers, exhibitions, a film series and tours. The Museum facilitates approximately 500 tours annually for middle, high school and college age students in the St. Louis metropolitan area and surrounding states such as Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas, and Iowa. HMLC is committed to providing Holocaust education to everyone regardless of their socioeconomic status and that is why every program and tour we offer is free of charge. HMLC is a department of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.