Judith Glickman

La Reina -Male Reflection, Cuba, 2003

Judith Glickman (b. 1939) has been photographing and exhibiting extensively since the late 1970's. Since 1992 her work has been included in over one hundred exhibitions both nationally and internationally. In 1993, Glickman received the Fellowship distinction of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, the highest honor this prestigious organization bestows.
 

Two solo exhibitions, consisting of approximately fifty images each, are currently being shown nationally and internationally.  Sponsored by Humanity In Action, New York, her exhibition entitled, Resistance & Rescue: Denmark's Response to the Holocaust commemorates Denmark's extraordinary rescue of its Jewish citizens during the Holocaust.  And Glickman’s exhibition entitled, Holocaust, The Presence of the Past  is a visual essay of the Holocaust through present imagery of the camps, ghettos, trains and cemeteries of Poland, Czechoslovakia and Germany. This show was curated by Bowdoin College Museum of Art and the Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine.