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Confessions Of A Concentration Camp Guard 

When: June 7-29 2013
work in marble, bronze, steel & oil by Pierce Boshelly. While living in Europe shortly after the US invaded Iraq, Boshelly befriended an older man who, out of frustration with the war, revealed that he had served as a guard at a concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. These works were inspired by his story.
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