Laura Fattal

Laura Rachel Felleman Fattal has curated the five-site exhibition entitled Veiled Time: Contemporary Artists and the Holocaust with the collaboration of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education. She is the co-editor with Dr. Carol Salus of the anthology Out of Context: American Artists Abroad. Fattal is an arts administrator, arts educator and art historian and has published in numerous academic journals in the visual arts and arts education. She worked as an independent curator on an exhibition on the Brazilian Jewish artist Nelson Leirner.

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