Luigi Toscano’s “Lest We Forget” Over Kansas City
October 2, 2019
Photographer Luigi Toscano’s traveling exhibition titled “Lest We Forget” is currently being proudly displayed at the World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. This project displays 70 large-scale portraits of Holocaust survivors – 7 of which are photographs of survivors from the Kansas City area – outdoors in the memorial.
Toscano’s eye-opening exhibition is always free and accessible to the public and is traveling around the United States in partnership with Wunderbar Together. The installation can be viewed in Kansas City until October 6.
To learn more about this project, visit the World War I Museum website.
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