Holocaust Museum Finds Home in Pan Pacific Park

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Since its founding 50 years ago the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust has built a collection of over 3000 artifacts but has long sought a permanent home. Now it has one, in an intriguing building by architect Hagy Belzberg in Pan Pacific Park. LACMA curator Bobbye Tigerman explains her grandfather's role in helping found the museum and Hagy Belzberg talks about the way in which the design and architecture contribute to the understanding of the genocide.

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Interior view of Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

 

Credits

Guests:
Bobbye Tigerman - LACMA, Hagy Belzberg - Architect and Principal, Belzberg Architects

Host:
Frances Anderton