Item: Enfants Gâtés
|Title: ||Enfants Gâtés|
|Authors: ||Séchas, Alain|
|Issue Date: ||1997 |
|Abstract: ||Image from the mixed media installation "Enfants Gâtés" from the exhibition "Mirroring Evil" held at The Jewish Museum" (2002).|
|Description: ||An "installation consisting of a series of toy-like sculptures bearing a close resemblance to cats. These creatures sit in playpens, as ordinary toddlers often do, but on closer look it becomes clear that they are monsters in the making, bad seeds equipped with swastika baby rattles and wearing Hitler's mustache." From Daphne Merkin, "Forget 'Is it Good for the Jews.' Is 'Nazi' Exhibit Good for Art?", Forward (March 22, 2002) http://www.forward.com/issues/2002/02.03.22/arts1.html|
|Appears in Collections:||Museum Controversy|
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