The ribbon cutting of The Forgotten War, Korea 1950, Photographs by Max Desfor photographed Friday, November 11, 2016 at the Ohio History Center. The Ohio History Center has the honor of presenting, for the first time ever in the United States, THE FORGOTTEN WAR, Korea 1950, Photographs by Max Desfor. The extraordinary exhibit of Korean War photographs taken by Pulitzer Prize-winning Associated Press photographer Max Desfor who spent three turbulent years in Korea from 1950–1953. He captured the people’s plight and the American soldiers’ defense. The exhibit features 36 photographs printed from original material culled from Desfor’s personal collection and his 1950 winning submission to the Pulitzer Prize Committee.
Curated and produced by Cyma Rubin. Sponsored and presented by Business of Entertainment Inc., New York. Local funding provided by the Gordon Chandler Memorial Fund of The Columbus Foundation and Conestoga, a volunteer fundraising support group.