“Creativity in the Face of Death: The Contemporary Resonance of Terezín,” a three-day symposium to be held at The University of Texas at Austin, will explore the enduring influence of music and art created by prisoners at Terezín (Theresienstadt), the “model ghetto” near Prague designed by the Nazis as a sham showcase to mask their murderous campaign against Europe’s Jews. These portraits of survivors, taken by Dennis Darling will be on display from October 3 to January 1. Click here for more information about this symposium, sponsored by Texas Performing Arts and the Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies.
AgavePrint is honored to be working with Dennis to provide printing for this project. The prints are 30″ x 40″ tri-tones on archival cotton rag paper.