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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Auktion 392, February 5-April 25, 2011

The Jewish Museum of Florida presents the eye-opening "Auktion 392," made up of works of art that had been confiscated from Jewish countrymen by the Third Reich between 1933 and 1945. The showing displays a story about an arts philanthropist, gallery owner, and historian, Dr. Stern, whose art collection was looted and whose career was almost ruined by the Nazis. It also exhibits the "Aryanization policies of Nazi Germany, the racial cleansing and economic strategy used, the legal and moral issues of restitution, and the realistic difficulties in succeeding."

The exhibit can be viewed at the Museum,
301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
For more information, visit: Auktion 392 at the Jewish Museum of Florida.

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