Artists' Projects: Anne Frank Mediations
The Anne Frank Project, an intallation by Ellen Rotheberg.
Artistic interpretations, from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Agosín, Marjorie. Dear Anne Frank. Washington, D.C.: Azul Editions, 1994. (PQ 8098.1 .G6 D4 1994)
Poetry about Anne Frank, in both English and Spanish.
Goodrich, Frances. The Diary of Anne Frank. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1986. (PS 3513 .O53515 D5 1986)
A dramatization of the diary, originally performed in 1955. Includes information necessary for putting on the play, such as stage directions, set design, light and sound cues, prop and costume lists, music, and a key to pronunciations.
Kniesmeyer, Joke. Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945. Amsterdam: Anne Frank Stichting and B. Bakker, 1985. (DS 146 .G4 K57 1985)
Catalog of a photographic exhibition mounted at the Anne Frank Center in Amsterdam. Includes images of Anne Frank and her family not previously published, as well as photographs on a broad range of subjects related to Anne Frank's life and death. Parallel text in English and Dutch.
Melnick, Ralph. The Stolen Legacy of Anne Frank: Meyer Levin, Lillian Hellman, and the Staging of the Diary. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997. (PS 3523 .E7994 Z76 1997)
Documents Meyer Levin's efforts to bring his dramatization of the Diary of Anne Frank to the stage and the lengthy legal battle that ensued.
Naydler, Nick, and Greg Tricker. For Anne Frank. Bristol: Loxwood Stoneleigh, 1991. (PR 6064 .A59 F6 1991)
Juxtaposes the full-color images of Tricker's cycle of "Paintings for Anne Frank" with Nick Naydler's poetry about Anne and the significance of her life.
Rothenberg, Ellen. The Anne Frank Project. Santa Barbara: University Art Museum, University of California, 1993. (N 6537 .R6284 A4 1993)
A companion piece to an art exhibition of the same title. Juxtaposes images from the exhibit with an essay describing the artist's attempt to express through Anne Frank historical and contemporary issues of personal identity and responsibility. Includes numerous illustrations as well as full-color inserts of a few of the installations.
Steenmeijer, Anna G., editor. A Tribute to Anne Frank. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1971. (Oversize D 810 .J4 S7413 1971)
A compilation of poems, art work, and articles regarding the importance of Anne Frank's experience to a contemporary understanding of the Holocaust. Includes readers' responses to the diary and some previously unpublished writings by Anne Frank. Examines the place of the diary in education and the impact of various dramatic and film adaptations of Anne's story.
Additional artists' projects
Shimon Attie piece in front of the Anne Frank house
Starn Twins (in JM collection)
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