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The Holocaust is one of the darkest spots in human history, especially the recent one. It should be remembered and kept alive by all possible means. My painting has two dimensions. The first is to retain the memory and honor the people that lost their dreams and lives in such martyrish and unjust way in […continue]

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ONE PICTURE , ONE THOUSAND WORDS

Depicts the evils of war but this one refers to the pogrom the Jewish people underwent during the Second World War by the Nazis, which led to the loss of over 6 million innocent souls. The scattered body members stand for the atrocities of The Third Reich against the Jews at the concentration camps, represented […continue]

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