Sheltered art

A gallery in the haredi neighborhood of Mekor Baruch is experiencing a revival.

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June 1, 2015 13:03
Mordechai Arnon

Mordechai Arnon. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

 
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Looking for the bombshelter- turned-art-gallery known as the Art Shelter in the haredi neighborhood of Mekor Baruch, I stop to ask a group of girls for directions.

The girls, all wearing school uniforms (light blue blouses and dark blue, pleated skirts), know immediately what I’m looking for; one of them comes along to show me the entrance on Yehuda Hamaccabi Street.

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