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Jerusalem’s Artists’ House provides aesthetic food for religious thought, for Tisha Be’av and beyond.

July 21, 2017 20:34
Art by Andi Arnovitz

Art by Andi Arnovitz. (photo credit: ANDI ARNOVITZ/AVSHALOM AVITAL)


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Andi Arnovitz has got a bee in her bonnet, and the bee is buzzing loudly and defiantly.

“Technology has marched way ahead of the ethics,” says the fiftysomething American-born artist. “I have great doubts about our ability to keep things straight and to not be greedy as a result of technology.”


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