Impossible to Forget:
The Nazi Camps Fifty Years After
March 25 - June 3, 2007
This powerful display of 88 photographs by English photographer Michael Kenna documented the Nazi concentration camps in nine countries as they currently exist. Kenna is of the post-WWII generation of artists and writers who did not witness the Holocaust directly. He has said that his goal in this project is to convey, from his own subjective point of view, what he found impossible to forget about the camps and their respective histories and to acknowledge the profound need for humanity to persist in remembering the eleven million human beings murdered in these camps. The exhibition was organized by Patrimoine Photographique, Paris, with the support of the French Ministry of Culture, and was toured by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles.