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Alexander Dettmar

Painting to Remember. Germany’s Lost Synagogues
“There were about 2,800 synagogues and prayer houses in Germany around 1930. On 9 November 1938, and over the following days and nights, National Socialist ruffians destroyed more than half of them. In the years that followed, other Jewish houses of worship were either “aryanised”, used for other purposes, or torn down. With them, a component of Germany’s architectural heritage was largely lost (...).
Alexander Dettmar aims to salvage that lost architecture from final oblivion by reconstructing the destroyed synagogues in paintings.” (Stefana Sabin)

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"Alexander Dettmar"

ISBN 978-3-86678-819-0

24,00 x 30,00 cm

144 Pages

54 colored and 7 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Editor
by
Ingrid Mössinger

greetings
Guido Westerwelle, Johannes Beermann, Carol Kahn Strauss, Barbara Ludwig

preface by
Ingrid Mössinger

authors
Stefana Sabin, Jürgen Nitsche, Hermann Simon, Jürgen Doppelstein

graphic design
Polina Bazir, Kerber Verlag
Events
Exhibition: Chemnitz, „Alexander Dettmar. Bilder der Erinnerung. Zerstörte Synagogen in Deutschland / Painting to Remember. Germany’s Lost Synagogues“, 17.2. – 14.4.2013, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz