by Peter Tonguette, The Columbus Dispatch – October 11, 2015
In the work of sculptor Alfred Tibor, hope is offered in the face of horrors.
The 95-year-old Columbus resident — born to a Jewish family in Konyar, Hungary — has experienced the latter, having survived the Holocaust.
In an interview with the Columbus Jewish Historical Society in 2013, Tibor discussed what he endured as a prisoner during World War II.
View Full Article »