Poster: “Tu Bishvat” – Eliahou Eric Bokobza

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A poster based on painting by Eliahou Eric Bokobza, from the exhibition ״United Colors of Judaica – Multiple Jewish Identities: A New Perspective״, displayed in Beit Hatfutsot

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This exhibition is an inspiring discussion of Jewish identity, from the ethnic, religious and cultural aspects. Bokobza's Tu'BShevat includes a rich complex array of references regarding issues of land and belonging in Israel: the planter holds a small "Tsabar" plant, a symbol of the new native Jew as well as of the ruined Arab villages. The hanging roots symbolize detachment. The white blooming cherry tree denotes longing for foreign places.
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Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)
30 x 0.1 x 42 cm
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