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Virtues of Memory: six decades of creativity from Holocaust survivors
At the end of World War II, concentration camp survivors began to make art.
Jul 8th, 2010
The urge to create compels artists to continue working even in the face of poverty and obscurity...why?
Is the need to create imprinted in the human genes? Otherwise, why would artists continue to make art while facing a life of poverty and few rewards? The mystery of the urge to create is a universal,
Mar 30th, 2010