Vicky Shick arrived in New York from Budapest at age five. That was in 1956, the year of the Hungarian Revolution and the ensuing Soviet crackdown. These words of hers appear on the Foundation for Contemporary Arts' website: ". . . [T]he effects of growing up in a displaced household of mostly women remain with me, even now. I'm often surprised that the urge to somehow touch this dislocation continues... More >>>