“Babel,” Acrylic on canvas. 48”x36

“Train,” Acrylic on panel, 40”x30”

“Tower," Acrylic on panel. 40”x30”

“Tower Ex-Voto,” Wood & paint. 31”x18”

In 1942, my father, Max, and his brother, Karl, were interned in Westerbork transit camp in the Netherlands. From there, they were transported to Theresienstadt concentration camp, then to Aushwitz. In the war’s closing days, they were moved to Buchenwald. We are grateful for their survival.

Karl Hess noted, “Much has been written, more said, but those who experienced the most are no longer alive.”

“Stacks,” Acrylic on canvas, 48”x36”

“Racks," Acrylic on panel, 40"x30”

“Skylight,” Acrylic on panel, 24”x18”

“Vault,” Acrylic on panel, 24”x18”

“Planks,” Linocut, 22”x30”

“Étant Donnés,” Wood & paint, 8”x8”