Yaacov Agam, 90, in front of a building he decorated in Tel Baruch.
(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
The world of Jewish art is increasingly surreal today. By surreal, I do not mean that Jewish art is increasingly influenced by historic artistic surrealism. Rather, I mean that the world of Jewish Art is increasingly a strange, disjointed and surreal place. It has many parts and few of them work together.
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