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Artist Mary Kay Stam
Orange, California , USA
Seventh in the Propaganda series, this painting marks the breaking down of evidence of the holocaust. The series started out representational.
On one side, wax, representing human skin, on the other, dirt, as if soaked by blood, divided by a metallic stripe. Like the physical evidence of the holocaust – hair, shoes, teeth – this series breaks down, with elements such as wax and translucent veils, as vulnerable as human skin.
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