Leonard Baskin’s dawings for the Iliad are on display at the Anderson Center in Red Wing, Minnesota from March 27 to June 19. The exhibit addresses the nature of war, including genocide. The Holocaust paintings of Fritz Hirschberger are also part of the exhibit, which is co-sponsored with the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota. The Republican Eagle reports on the exhibit here, and further information about the exhibit and the Anderson Center can be seen here. Some of these images can be seen on the Gary-Donalds Arts website.
Heads up: The Fall issue of Parenthesis will feature an essay on Leonard Baskin as printer and book designer, drawn from over 40 hours of recorded interviews. Parenthesis is issued twice a year to members of the FPBA. To become a member, click here.