Run For Your Lives (1994) // Embroidery and fabric collage

(From Tapestry): “October 31, 1942. After our night in the fields, Mania and I went back to Ksiezomiesz, to Dudzinska’s house, where Mania had worked. When she saw us, she pushed us out into the fields and said, ‘God help you, run for your lives! Everyone knows you are Hersh’s daughters, and the Gestapo were just here.”‘

via Art and Remembrance

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An artist/curator of outsider art and folk artwork, specializing in the marketing, buying and selling, promoting, educating, and storytelling of non-conforming artists.

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