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Guided tour at the exhibition Shmini Azeret (in Hebrew)

The exhibition Shmini Azeret seeks to touch on the edges of the disaster that violated our physical and mental existence on the morning of Saturday, the seventh of October. We have lost the ability to comprehend the darkness that has overtaken us, and are left staring, helpless, at the sights repeating themselves before our very eyes.

31 photographic prints are featured along the horizonal line encircling the space, forming a conceptual axis. They make up one work by Deganit Berest, consisting of a 2012 poem by Polish poet Tadeusz Różewicz (1921–2014). A selection of works from the museum's collection is shown in the intervals between the prints.

Note: This tour is in Hebrew only.
Tours led by educators.
The number of participants is limited | Advance reservations are required for all participants.

The encounter takes place near a secure space.
Participation in the encounter includes entrance ticket to the Museum.

Image: Naomi Leshem, Ofir, Israel, 2008