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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Using art to make a social statement
Stan Lebovic exhibits and speaks at Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst
Donovan Berthoud/Herald
Stan Lebovic’s art, “Black is Color” leaves his audiences with a lasting impression.

The provocative art of Stan Lebovic came to Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst as the artist and author displayed and discussed his work “Black is Color” at the shul on Spruce Street on Jan. 12.

Lebovic, who grew up with a father who was a Holocaust survivor, speaks about it using an atypical optimistic perspective. He uses insight, artistry and scholarship as a way to leave his audiences with a lasting impression.

His art is considered a uniquely powerful message that offers something of a cathartic experience that could lead to a stronger sense of Jewish pride and collective self-esteem.

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