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Obj. ID: 28392
Modern Jewish Art
  Sidur, The Monument to Those Who Died from Bombs

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Tartakovsky, Sergey, 11.1992
The monument represents a figure of a man falling down and a bomb, passing through his body. From the side it looks like an incomplete "S", crossed with a vertical line. The figure of the man is represented by a flattened, cut and curved piece of metal. The body is leaned diagonally. It has a small rectangular head and no arms. The legs are bent twice as if they have two pairs of knees or as if the knees are stretched out. There is a gap going from the lap to the feet. The feet, grown together, form a semicircular podium, on which the monument stands. An unproportionally large bomb, square in its cross section, with a flat triangle tail passes vertically through the thin body and sticks into the semicircular base with its sharpened end.

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Sidur, The Monument to Those Who Died from Bombs | Unknown
Object Detail
Monument Setting
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Date
1965
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Artist/ Maker
Sidur, Vadim (sculptor)
(Unknown)
{"197":"Soviet, 1924-1986"}
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Ornamentation
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