Jacob Landau, “The Holocaust Suite and Dante’s Inferno”


“My work has been obsessed by the figure… not only an object, but also and principally as a symbol expressive of our common predicament, of the beauty and horror of existence…. I am interested in art as advocacy of the human, as revelation of the tragic, as hope of transcendence.”    –Jacob Landau, Kean Galleries

On loan from the Jacob Landau Collection at Monmouth University

See also “Art Transcends Consciousness at the Human Rights Institute” (Kean Xchange)