These works, exhibited in 2015 at the Terezín Museum, commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. Among the artists who have contributed to this collection are the remarkable survivors of the Holocaust’s horrors as well as second-generation survivors. The greater part of the artwork displayed in the exhibition has been created by the post-Holocaust generation of Jewish Israelis who represent this new, modern nation, which strives for peace and coexistence among peoples. Placing works created by Holocaust survivors alongside the works of Arab artists creates a sense of repair, understanding and opportunity against all odds. Art carries on its wings hope and aspiration for tranquil days of peace and prosperity.