The mother of all exhibitions

There is more to the stacks than initially meets the eye.

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October 8, 2015 15:18
The Jewish Museum in Vienna

Maya Zack’s ‘The Shabbat Room 4: The Mystical Shabbat’. (photo credit: MAYA ZACK'S, THE JEWISH MUSEUM IN VIENNA, COURTESY)

 
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