FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, NY (April 30, 2010)— The steady stream of visitors at the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation’s ”Blessings May Break from Stone” art exhibit has prompted the IRWF to extend the exhibit’s run for two additional weeks. Originally scheduled to close on April 30, the exhibit will now run through May 14.
”Blessings May Break from Stone” showcases the artwork of Peter Bulow, whose Jewish mother was a hidden child in Budapest and whose father survived the bombings of Berlin. Through the media of puppetry and sculpture, Bulow explores the themes of hunger, suffering, and survival that pervade his family’s stories of the Holocaust.
To read more about the exhibit and see photos of Bulow’s works, please click here.
The exhibit is on view through May 14, 2010
Mon-Fri, 9am – 4pm, by appointment only