The Holocaust, an unprecedented event in history, holds a special place in contemporary memory. By nature, an event is something that can be written about in newspapers, history books or novels. The genocide of Europe’s Jews is no exception. Comic book authors gingerly tiptoed around the topic, sometimes stumbling, other times producing brilliant work. This historical and artistic exhibition on what is sometimes called the “ninth art” focuses on those depictions’ visual sources, relevance, reach and limits (humor and satire).