This is a painting by American artist, Marcia Annenberg, which she made as a response to the Bosnian genocide in 1995. Although not directly related to the Nazi Holocaust, in this work, artist Annenberg explores the effects of genocide. She says: “The Disappeared” was my response to the massacre at Srebrenica. The method of selecting out the men and boys of the town and taking them to the woods to be shot was reminiscent of the mass murder at Babi Yar. The ethnic cleansing of Bosnia and the incarceration of men in concentration camps was revealed on the cover of Newsweek in 1992. It was this photograph that sent a shock of recognition that the term, “Never Again”, had within the space of 50 years, indeed happened again, albeit to a different population. The painting itself was based on a photograph in the New York Times of men on a street in Bosnia carrying water jars. I wondered if they were still alive 6 months later.