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On Hybridity, Transcience and Refugees

A discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. Featuring Dr. Amitai Mendelsohn, Mr. Abu Suleiman spokesman of the Jahalin Tribe, Prof. Rachel Elior – Hebrew Universiry, Daphna Ben-Shaul – Tel

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On Hybridity, Transcience and Refugees

A discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. Featuring Dr. Amitai Mendelsohn, Mr. Abu Suleiman spokesman of the Jahalin Tribe, Prof. Rachel Elior – Hebrew Universiry, Daphna Ben-Shaul – Tel

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The Eternal Sukkah in exhibit at the Israel Museum

              The Eternal Sukkah, by Sala-manca in collaboration with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz is in exhibit at the exhibition “We the People“, curated by Rita Kersting, Israel Museum, Jerusalem.    

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The Eternal Sukkah in exhibit at the Israel Museum

              The Eternal Sukkah, by Sala-manca in collaboration with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz is in exhibit at the exhibition “We the People“, curated by Rita Kersting, Israel Museum, Jerusalem.    

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The Israel Museum purchased the Bedouin Sukkah

We are glad to announce that the “Eternal Sukkah” (a collaborative projecct by Sala Manca with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiahu Rabinovitz) was bought by the Israel Museum, Jerusalem for its permanent collection. Half of the sum is going to be

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The Israel Museum purchased the Bedouin Sukkah

We are glad to announce that the “Eternal Sukkah” (a collaborative projecct by Sala Manca with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiahu Rabinovitz) was bought by the Israel Museum, Jerusalem for its permanent collection. Half of the sum is going to be

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