Art is for everyone, everywhere

The recently opened Arab Museum of Contemporary Art in Sakhnin is bringing Tel Aviv to the periphery.

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July 8, 2015 17:56
Arab Museum of Contemporary Art

Raed Bawayah, ‘Childhood Memories,’ 2007.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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A new art museum has opened in Israel. That in itself is interesting – but this museum is not in Tel Aviv.

It is not in Jerusalem. It is not in Haifa, or Holon. It is not anywhere one would expect a new art institution to be.

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