City Notes: Arts of the Mediterranean

Mediterranean Biennale features works from more than a dozen countries

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November 8, 2017 17:30
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The Jerusalem Dance Theater presents ‘When I Grow Up to Be Small.’

The Jerusalem Dance Theater presents ‘When I Grow Up to Be Small.’. (photo credit: OLIVER MILLER)

 
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There are just a few weeks left to check out the unique and at times controversial art festival, the Mediterranean Biennale, in the northern town of Sakhnin. The sprawling series of installations and exhibitions features work from more than 60 artists from more than 15 countries.

A huge variety of artworks is displayed in a range of locations across Sakhnin and neighboring towns, including in local restaurants, mosques, public areas, museums and even car garages.

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