Watching Arnold Mesches

Feature

Saturday, January 25, 2003

When the painter Arnold Mesches began making political artwork in the 1950s — including one painting series on the Rosenberg trials — someone else began surveillance of the painter’s life. Produced by Karen Michel.

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Karen Michel

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