Yehuda Bacon, 85, is an Israeli artist whose work primarily focuses on depicting his time in the concentration camps. Bacon was born in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia. In the fall of 1942, at the age of 13, Bacon was deported with his family to Theresienstadt. A year later, he was deported to the children's camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau. His father, mother, and sister Hanna all died in the camps. On January 18, 1945 Bacon was sent on the camp's death march, which lasted three days and led him through the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp to its subcamp Gunskirchen. Bacon was liberated by the US Army in 1945.