Landscape and the human soul, place and spirit, the collective and the individual experience are topics that form a line through the arc of Israeli art from 1948 through today. The selection of works reveals the singularity of the artist struggling to define his position in relation to the surrounding cultural and natural landscape. Driven by differing attitudes and motivations, the artists share a profound connection to the diaspora and portray complex sensations of displacement and arrival.
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