In sculptures, hope rises from horror

//In sculptures, hope rises from horror

In sculptures, hope rises from horror

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.
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2017-02-22T01:35:50+00:00October 11th, 2015|Categories: Reviews|
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