Robert Hauser

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Grief
"Grief"
Part of the "Out of Sight" triptych
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Hope
"Hope"
Part of the "Out of Sight" triptych
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Mourning
"Mourning"
Part of the "Out of Sight" triptych
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The three assemblages shown on this page by Robert Hause commemorate the theft of the art works from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, MA on March 18, 1990. He shows through his art the grief, hope and mourning experienced as a result of the loss of the Gardner Museum treasures which have been missing, out of sight, for 28 years.

To him it is important that the thirteen missing art works, not just the theft itself, be kept in the public mind. He thus seeks to keep our collective memory of them from fading and being forgotten. He reminds us that there can be no statute of limitations placed on the recovery of these timeless and irreplaceable cultural treasures. He asks that these stolen art works be brought out of the dark and into the light where they may once again be seen.

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