Saturday, November 16, 2019

Holocaust Museum


The Holocaust Museum in Naples moved into bigger quarters last week.


In the lobby, a wall-sized photomosaic of Anne Frank meets visitors.
It is made from 2,304 small individual images of the Holocaust.  The artist is Robert Silvers.


Coming closer, one sees an eye take form.


Even closer one can study the constituent, often disturbing images.


3 comments:

Barbara Rogers said...

A sobering visit to a beautifully done display. That photo collage (if that's even the term for it) of Ann Frank is amazing. I have always loved the Neimoller quote.

RedPat said...

Wow.

William Kendall said...

Sobering indeed.