Culture: Turning a street into an inspired body of work

A prizewinning young artist helps us to interpret the world around us.

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November 12, 2015 14:00
Art by Alma Itzhaky

'Painting Habima Black.’. (photo credit: ALMA ITZHAKY/PHOTOS ELAD SHARIG)

 
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Iudeaea Navalis (Yehuda Hayamit) is the name of the street in Jaffa that artist Alma Itzhaky lives on.

It is also the title of her series of paintings currently on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art that won her the Rappaport Prize for a young artist in 2014.

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