Pot shots at the Knesset

“You can see here works that reference the ancient world, but there are also things that very much feed off the here and now, in modern-day Israel.”

April 13, 2016 19:34
Pottery exhibition at the Knesset

Cohavit Ben Ezra Goldenberg gets down to basics with her Cellular White Hot porcelain series. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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We live in a gloriously multifaceted society.

This cultural melting pot of ours is populated by people of many ethnic origins, with a wonderfully wide spread of roots, so when the state’s legislative body decides to install a permanent display of artworks designed to reflect that spectrum, it has to have its wits about it.


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