The Art of War and Peace: Toward An End To Hatred

The Art of War and Peace: Toward An End To Hatred

Oct. 6, 2001 - Sep. 1, 2002
Zanvyl A. Krieger Main Building

Image Gallery

"Tom and His Mickey Mouse Gas Mask" by Tom Duncan
"Tom and His Mickey Mouse Gas Mask" by Tom Duncan

1983, courtesy of Edlin Fine Art

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"Fusil. U.S.A. Rapide 536" by Andre Robillard, collection of Phillipe Eternod (top) and "Gun construction: Fusil Allemande Rapide 236" by Andre Robillard
"Fusil. U.S.A. Rapide 536" by Andre Robillard, collection of Phillipe Eternod (top) and "Gun construction: Fusil Allemande Rapide 236" by Andre Robillard

Courtesy of Jean-Pierre Ritsch-Fisch Gallery

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"Lincoln—Emancipation Proclamation" by Malcah Zeldis
"Lincoln—Emancipation Proclamation" by Malcah Zeldis

Collection of Malcah Zeldis, courtesy of Andrew Edlin Gallery

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The Brandy"Strafing" (detail) by Tom Duncan
The Brandy"Strafing" (detail) by Tom Duncan

1991, courtesy of Edlin Fine Arts

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"U.S. Army Ski Troops, 1964-1966" by Richard Saholt
"U.S. Army Ski Troops, 1964-1966" by Richard Saholt

Collection of Richard Saholt

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"Holocaust" by Malcah Zeldis
"Holocaust" by Malcah Zeldis

1981, collection of Malcah Zeldis, courtesy of Andre Edlin Gallery

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About the Exhibition

"Opening just after the September 11th attack on the NY World Trade Center, this exhibition underscored there is essentially only one war - fought individually as the struggle between the power for good and the power for evil in one's own heart and actions, and collectively, as the deluded conviction that another person’s life is somehow worth something less than one’s own - AKA humanity’s most ancient evil. The artists in this poignant exhibition were nearly exclusively soldiers or civilians who had been directly involved in a war, somewhere, over the last 150 years. Visitors could participate by recording their own deeply personal answers to questions like, 'Can you name three things you love about someone you hate?,' or 'What is peace for you?.'" - Founder, Director, and Chief Curator, Rebecca Hoffberger

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