‘Watershed’ in the capital

Jerusalem Biennale features an admirable array of exhibits.

November 4, 2017 16:45
Ruth Schreiber stands beside her exhibit of the Balfour Declaration

Ruth Schreiber stands beside her exhibit of the Balfour Declaration. (photo credit: MORDECHAI BECK)


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VISITORS TO any one of the nine centers of the latest Jerusalem Biennale may well be excused for being overwhelmed. From its modest beginnings four years ago, this art show has become an octopus of an event, spreading its tentacles over much of the capital’s landscape.

For many, it will be a major revelation.


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