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In the Sabra Land

Directed by: Moishe Goldberg
45 Minutes, 2008

The first of two chronological episodes introducing us to the ways in which Israeli art has defined and re-defined its “Israeli ness”. The episode covers the period of the birth and consolidation of a characteristically Hebrew-Israeli art: from the founding of the Bezalel Academy of Art by Boris Schatz, and up until the beginning of the 1960s.

Artists in the chapter (in an alphabetical order): Abel Pann, Arie Aroch, Avigdor Stematsky, Avraham Ofek, Avshalom Okashi, Effi & Amir, Eliyahou Eric Bokobza, Friedel Stern, Gershon Knispel, Jean David, Joseph Budko, Lea Nikel, Leopold Krakauer, Marcel Janco, Miron Sima, Mordechai Ardon, Moshe Gat, Shimon Tsabar, Yaacov Agam, Yehezkel Streichman, Yitzhak Danziger, Yohanan Simon, Ziona Tager, Zvi Meirovitch.


Director: Moishe Goldberg