Legacy of Absence Gallery
The Legacy of Absence Gallery is temporarily closed, and will reopen Fall 2017.
The Legacy of Absence Gallery focuses on contemporary artistic responses to genocides and other atrocities, including Cambodia, Rwanda, Argentina, and the Soviet Gulag. Through various perspectives, these galleries help visitors gain an understanding of the lasting effects of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights abuses. The Gallery features contemporary works of art, photographs, and multimedia installations from world-renowned artists such as Samuel Bak, Betye Saar, Natan Nuchi, and Jozef Szajna, among many others.