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    Roy Maayan | Photo by Elad Sarig
     
  • Yesterday I visited an intriguing exhibition at the Benyamini Ceramics Center. It goes by the name Donkey, but “focuses on the grave situation of ceramics as a medium in the field of Israeli art. It strives to touch upon life and death, upon the intertwined physical and mental dangers threatening practitioners of art and ceramics.” As I walked up and down between the three floors, I spent quite some time staring at Uri Shapira’s salted fields and Hila Amram’s green lab… These two know how to touch a soft spot inside me time after time, and it’s always a pleasure finding out more about their work.
    {DesignBreak found the Donkey here}
  • Uri Shapira | Photo by Elad Sarig
     
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    Uri Shapira | Photo by Elad Sarig
     
  • Hila Amram | Photo by Elad Sarig
     
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    Hila Amram | Photo by Elad Sarig