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Obj. ID: 27910
Modern Jewish Art
  Rabinovitch, Between the Dead Sea and Jericho

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev,
An iron pomegranate is standing in the middle of a triangle. The triangle is formed by three iron poles and blue lines that connect between them. The thin blue lines on the shorter sides of the triangle represent the fences of a refugee-camps in Jericho. The wider blue line, together with a round salt dish on it's other side, symbolize the dead sea

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Rabinovitch, Between the Dead Sea and Jericho | Not relevant
Object Detail
Date
1990
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