Shai Glick: Battling with Barbur Gallery.
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Inside the picturesque alleys of Ohel Moshe, part of the Nahlaot neighborhood, stands a low structure surrounded by a small garden – the Barbur Gallery, a space for art, gardening and social activities.Because the gallery is run by the nonprofit Bar-Kayama, which operates from a place that belongs to the municipality, the gallery is subject to the rules of a public space, which preclude holding political activities there.
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