Painting the Nazi Gas Chambers With Defiant Realism

Art that deals with the Holocaust isn’t supposed to be abstract, says Mexican-Jewish artist Yishai Jusidman, whose exhibition opens this week in Manhattan.

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NEW YORK Among the best-known works in Belgian painter Luc Tuymans’ first retrospective in the United States was “Gaskamer” (“Gas Chamber”), from 1986, an oil paining of an empty room whose architecture is...