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Gerry Judah

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Artist and designer Gerry Judah has produced a 12mlong model of Auschwitz-Birkenau which has gone on display at the Imperial War Museum. It is part of the new permanent Holocaust exhibition designed by Stephen Greenberg of DEGW and Bob Baxter of At Large. The £40,000 model focuses on a single part of the camp, the selection ramp, where Jews disembarked from trains and were divided up into the strong and weak before they entered the concentration camp. 'The museum wanted to commission a piece to tell a story and this is a slice focusing on a critical moment of selection, ' Judah said.

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