I chose this style from Notegraphy because it is both stark and messy. There’s a struggle for clarity, a sort of Absolute Jerusalem, that can’t overcome the complexities of the shadows.
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A beautiful melody for Ha Lachma Anya from the Italian tradition.
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#jewishtextart – V’nahafoch hu “Holocaust and Revival” by Yigal Tumarkin in Tel Aviv. Original photo and additional information from http://www.travelingisrael.com/rabin-square/
#jewishtextart – V’nahafoch Hu. Originally published in 1986, new edition released in 2014. Shuki’s Upside-Down Dream by Yaffa Ganz, from Feldheim Publishers. Photo and review available at http://www.jewishbookcouncil.org/book/shuki-s-upside-down-dream
#jewishtextart V’nahafoch Hu – “The Weeping Willow” in the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park in Budapest, Hungary. See http://www.greatsynagogue.hu/gallery_wall.html for the original image and http://fcit.usf.edu/HOLOCAUST/RESOURCE/GALLERY/WALL.HTM for more detailed pictures and information about the park.
Check out the link for a fun upside down art activity. What would the Purim story look like from a different point of view?
#jewishtextart V’nahafoch hu!