Art: Seeing between the lines

Best known for his poetry, Ronny Someck, in his ‘Two Times Chai’ exhibition, presents three dozen portraits that pay tribute to Israeli and non-Israeli Jewish poets and writers.

January 19, 2017 14:15
Ronny Someck

Ronny Someck. (photo credit: ISABELLE LAGNY)


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One epithet that springs to mind in the context of Ronny Someck is “groovy.”

While that may sound more than a mite antiquated, the 65-year-old poet-painter hails from an era in which such expressions as “cool” and “far out” were all the rage, and somehow it fits the man and the artist.


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