Mark Godfrey, Curator, Tate Modern investigates how American abstract artists and architects from the 50s to the present day have negotiated Holocaust memory without ever representing the Holocaust directly. Through close consideration of work by artists and architects such as Frank Stella, Barnett Newman, Susan Hiller, Beryl Korot, Louis Kahn and Peter Eisenmam, Godfrey proposes new possibilities for reading abstraction.
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