"I Weave You a Shroud (Je vous tisse un linceul )" - ORIGINAL DRAWING. 10.75” x 14”. 1985. The 30th in a series of original drawings. Rosemarie Inge Koczy (1939 – 2007) was an artist, teacher, and Holocaust survivor, known for her many works dealing with the topic. Koczy’s work is housed in institutions such as the Guggenheim (both in New York and Venice), the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Art Gallery/Museum, the Collection de l'art brut in Lausanne (where in 1985 she inaugurated Jean Dubuffet’s Neuve Invention Annex), Museum im Lagerhaus in St. Gallen, Museum Charlotte Zander in Bonnigheim (Germany), Galerie Miyawaki in Kyoto (Japan), Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, the Gedenkstatte Buchenwald, Musée de la Création Franche in Begles (France), Museum Dr. Guislain in Gent Belgium) and Yad Vashem, the Israeli Holocaust Memorial Museum in Jerusalem (which in 2007 accepted her largest sculpture, Deportation of the Children, into its permanent collection). NOT FRAMED.
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