A shot in the fog

As an artist and photographer, Galperin is always on the lookout for something to stimulate his imagination.

August 6, 2016 07:50
Ilya Galperin

Ilya Galperin likes to be surprised by his artwork.... (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Looking at works of art that exude a sense of accumulated summer malaise may not be the ideal way to get away from the seemingly endless oppressively hot weather. Then again, the “Israeli Summer” exhibition, currently on display at the Jerusalem Theater, does make for some rewarding viewing.

The show incorporates works from various disciplines, including oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, ceramic sculpture, stonework, patchwork and photography.


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