We went to see "Facing Survival" by artist David Kassan. It commemorates them with real portraits of Holocaust survivors. It copied them with a depiction of reality to commemorate their survival. In addition to personal portraits, there is a mural of the same size as them. The life-size hologram is also very attractive, you can ask questions. The exhibition is interactive and heartfelt, detailing the artist's five-year journey with the theme, not just the theme. This is a beautiful and important exhibition, especially in this day and age. It is rare to see the artist step back and let his subject occupy the center position.