Judith Friedberg

  Chim’s life ended abruptly at the peak of his creative powers.  Many of
his subjects seem to have been barely touched by his sensitive eye and skilled
hand with the camera.  Having lost his parents, his native land, his youthful
hopes and ideals to violence, war and its aftermath, it seems almost inevitable
that Chim should have died violently.  For the man whose wish was “peace,
peace”, there was no peace.

Judith Friedberg

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