Some 150 works are on display in the international contest, which an organizer says is not meant to deny Nazi atrocities or ridicule their victims.
If an ordinary picture is worth a thousand words, this picture might just be worth a thousand op-eds warning about the dangerous decline of Israeli democracy.
The still life painting by Narcisso Virgilio Diaz de la Pena was put on compulsory auction first in 1934, and seized from its second owner in 1939.
'Him,' Maurizio Cattelan's controversial sculpture of the Nazi dictator, appears as a small child kneeling in prayer when approached from the rear.
When the Nuremberg Race Laws were passed in 1935, some ultra-Orthodox Jews believed they would help the effort to prevent intermarriage.
Around 10,000 participants from around the world walked from Auschwitz to Birkenau to pay homage to the victims of the Holocaust, among them 150 survivors.
When Adolf Hitler first sent Jews to die, Europeans and Americans agreed that it was not their problem. Israel may be about to make the same mistake about Assad's killings in Syria.
Moshe Ya'alon said he had "full confidence" in Yair Golan, adding that attacks on him are aimed at inflicting political damage on the Israeli military.
The IDF spokesperson said Golan 'did not intend to compare the IDF and Israel to what happened in Germany 70 years ago. Such a comparison would be absurd and baseless.'
Starting with a 19th-century German rabble-rouser, Kenneth Marcus does an admirable job explaining the issues in his new book, but a conclusive definition remains elusive.