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Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery

Virginia Fabbri Butera, Ph.D.
Director

Annunciation Center 202

Phone: (973) 290-4315
artgallery@steu.edu

Hours of Operation:
September-May
T-Th, Sun: 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Please contact us to verify hours since the Gallery may be closed for vacations or re-installations.

Images for Remembrance

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My Grandmother Rachel, Age 40, with My Aunt Ida, Age 11, After Auschwitz by Beth Burstein

Images for Remembrance

On Display October 30, 2016 through December 4, 2016

This exhibition about the Holocaust and life in Europe during World War II, is the fourth show that focuses on issues of genocide that has been displayed during the first ten-year existence of the Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery. Visual art has the visceral clout that helps educate our students and the public about how fear, hatred, racism, greed and the desire for power can be used to justify ostracizing, imprisoning, torturing and exterminating others.

Seven artists have contributed images that underscore the depravation, lies, horror, and subterfuge that were at work in the 1930s and 40s.


Exhibition Photos

Forced Laborers and The Raised Fist by Rolf Zimmermann

Forced Laborers and The Raised Fist by Rolf Zimmermann

Toba, Second Generation Survivor by Aliza Augustine

Toba, Second Generation Survivor by Aliza Augustine


Sanctuary Reflections by Michael Wolf

Sanctuary Reflections by Michael Wolf

Auschwitz by Bette Blank

Auschwitz by Bette Blank


The Hand-Me-Down by Beth Burstein

The Hand-Me-Down by Beth Burstein

The Wall of Holocaust Images by Doug Depice

The Wall of Holocaust Images by Doug Depice


Sanctuary Reflections by Michael Wolf

Sanctuary Reflections by Michael Wolf

Auschwitz Series-Self-Portrait as Corpse by Ronald Gonzalez

Auschwitz Series-Self-Portrait as Corpse by Ronald Gonzalez