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Wilno
Wilno
University Academie des Beaux Arts

KNOWN FOR Painting, Sculpture, Book Illustration and for being a partisan through the Holocaust
Holocaust

NOTABLE WORK Apocalipse

MOVEMENT Social Realism , Lyrical Abstraction
Lyrical Abstraction
, Abstract Expressionism
Abstract Expressionism
, Tachisme
Tachisme

ALEXANDER BOGEN (Hebrew : אלכסנדר בוגן‎‎; born January 24, 1916 – October 20, 2010) was a Polish -Israeli artist , painter , sculptor , stage designer , book illustrator and a commander partisan during World War II
World War II
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CONTENTS

* 1 Biography * 2 Resistance through Art * 3 Selected Exhibitions * 4 Monuments * Artists’ House, Haifa * 1962 Artists’ House, Jerusalem * St. Placide Gallery, Paris * 1963 Rider Gallery, Los Angeles; * Merkup Gallery, Mexico * 1975 Glezer Gallery, N.Y.; * Chelsea Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil * 1976 Yad-Lebanim Museum, Petach Tikva * 1979 Museum of Israel
Israel
Art, Ramat-Gan * 1980 Artists’ House, Jerusalem; * Artists’ House, Tel Aviv; * Old Jaffa Gallery * 1981 Citè Internationale des Arts, Paris * 1984 Bat-Yam Museum, Bat Yam * 1985 Institute Francais, Tel Aviv; * Petach Tikva Museum, Israel * 1987 Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, Braunschweig * 1988 Museum Zons, Dormagen Neuss; * Kreishaus, Ludwigsburg * 1991 Artists’ House, Tel Aviv * 1992 State Gallery, Lodz * 1993 State Abakus Gallery, Warsaw * 1994 State Gallery, Kraków * 1995 Rathaus, Gerlingen, Germany; * Vesoul Museum, France * 1998 Beit Ariela Municipal Gallery, Tel Aviv * 2001 The Ghetto Fighters’ House museum, Kibbutz Lohamei Haghettaot, Israel * 2002 Alexander Bogen - Drawings for Poems in Yiddish, Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum , University of Haifa * 2003 Drawing and painting Exhibition, Beit Shalom Halechem, Tel Aviv * 2005 Drawing and Painting Exhibition, Bar’Am Museum * 2009 Whitebox Gallery, Munich * 2010 Kreishaus, Ludwigsburg

An exhibition of Bogen's work was held at the Hecht Museum in Haifa
Haifa
. His drawings, especially those that survived from his partisan days, offer a gallery of characters and document the history of a people fighting for its life during the Holocaust. Among the drawings on show were illustrations for poems by two Yiddish
Yiddish
poets: Gebirtig and Abraham Sutzkever .

MONUMENTS & MURALS

* “Revolt” - Partisan Museum, Tel Aviv * “Holocaust” - Partisan Museum, Tel Aviv * Vitrage, Jabotinsky Institute, Tel Aviv * Vitrage, 14th Vocational High School, Kiryal Hachinuch, Tel Aviv * Memorial Monument, Commemorating the Holocaust
Holocaust
and the Revolt, Latroun Museum, Jerusalem

AWARDS

* 1951 State Prize, Polish Government Prize * 1961 The Histadrut Prize, Israel * 1962 The Israel
Israel
Ministry of Education ">

* ^ http://www.worldcat.org/title/aleksander-bogen/oclc/068745453 * ^ ראיון עם מר אלכסנדר בוגן (IN HEBREW). YAD VASHEM . 2014. RETRIEVED 21 SEPTEMBER 2014. * ^ Alexander Bogen Collection at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum * ^ The Onset of the Partisan Units in the Forest of Naroch * ^ The Jews in the Soviet Union Since 1917:Paradox of Survival, Volume 1, Nora Levin * ^ The Pen and the Sword * ^ Learning about the Holocaust
Holocaust
through art * ^ Jewish resistance in the Holocaust * ^ Resistance through art * ^ Alexander Bogen - Drawings for Poems in Yiddish

EXTERNAL LINKS

* Alexander Bogen collection at the Israel

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