Reflections in Light: Paintings by Motke Blum
Born in 1925 in the village of Racacun, Romania, Motke Blum was only a teenager when he was sent to a forced labor camp. The exhibit follows his journey from the shtetl in Romania to the turmoil of the labor camp to his life in Israel, where he has lived and painted for 70 years.ABOUT TEMPORARY EXHIBITS
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