‘After the Tribes’ : Beverly Barkat, much more than the mayor’s wife

‘In Jerusalem’ accompanies Beverly Barkat on an artistic journey through the biblical and modern Land of Israel.

July 28, 2018 16:31
BEVERLY BARKAT looks at one of the paintings that will make up part of her new exhibition ‘After the

BEVERLY BARKAT looks at one of the paintings that will make up part of her new exhibition ‘After the Tribes.’. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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Twelve circular paintings on translucent plastic, each one meter in diameter, appear to float in 12 square casings, secured to a four-meter metal frame.

The towering structure is firmly planted on the ground, yet it is somehow fluid, for the circles of art can be subtly and even completely transformed depending on from what position you are looking at them.


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