193945 – Homage to Primo Levi
Museum of Israeli Art Ramat Gan

As a son of a Holocaust survivor, the subject of the Holocaust preoccupied him, and many of his works dealt with this subject, while searching for answers to the true nature of man,  in his twenties, he was tattooed on his arm as a sign of identification with Holocaust survivors, the number 193945 (the years of World War II)
The result was a one-man show of paintings, sculptures and multi-media works at the Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, 1997, titled
“193945 – Homage to Primo Levi”