Born in March 1939 in Germany, Rosemarie Kôczy is Jewish origin. During the Second World War, in 1942 she was deported with her mother and her sister in Dachau camp and later in Ottenhausen-Saarbrücken camp. She lived the horror and the starvation. Saved from hell thanks to American soldiers, she is a miracle woman but her memory about her past life is always in her mind. She known chaos and her artwork allows breaking free of a heavy burden.
She draws with a moral sense thanks to a fast write that allows realizing a dozen figures per day. Through her artworks, Rosemarie Koczy pays tribute to all those victims. She needs to create something to survive to these ordeals. Her creation is complete but free; she uses many mediums like painting, pastels, tapestry and sculptures to convey a moral message to the public and to deliver her story about the war and camps.