Kathe Kollwitz And Don Voelker Exhibit Opening

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Downtown Detroit’ Swords into Plowshares PEACE CENTER AND GALLERY is showcasing the prints of famous German anti-war artist Kathe Kollwitz, (1876-1945).

The prints of her drawings, lithographs and wood-cuts were first displayed at the gallery 20 years ago to coincide with the 50th anniversary of kollwitz‘ death. Throughout her career Kollwitz spoke so ardently about the hellishness and futility of war that her art was banned by the Nazi Regime. She Portrayed the wretched situation of the laboring poor culminating in a beautiful and dark story of how war and poverty are alike.

This retrospective exhibit allows us to examine and remember this important name in the world of printmaking. It will be clear to viewers that Her art is a bridge to encourage speaking out for social justice, peace, wars, and the inequities of today.

On exhibit in our LOUNGE: Don Voelker presents us with paintings of a Lush latin america. Don is a former archivist for U/D Mercy’s CLASA (Carney Latin American Solidarity Archive). “Donaldo” is a former Michigan resident and has lived in Costa Rica since 2004, where he has devoted himself to painting scenes from his various travels in Central and South America. The sale and proceeds of this work will be awarded to the non-profit Centro Arte para le Paz in suchitoto, el salvador by request of the artist.
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By: Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery

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