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Exhibition of Yael Balaban and Noah Yekutieli Opened in St. Petersburg
13.06.2013 11:37
Exhibition of Yael Balaban and Noah Yekutieli Opened in St. Petersburg

On June 13 in the framework of Tel Aviv Days in St. Petersburg the Marina Gisich Gallery will open an exhibition of two Israeli artists, whose works are united with subtle graphics and spiritualistic subject of “interpenetrations of feelings and bodies”.

      
 Aesthetic water colors by Yael Balaban, a well-known conservative author, inherit to traditions of ancient calligraphers, who made hand copying of the Torah. 23-year-old Noah Yekutieli creates graphic pictures and paper installations demonstrating scenes of accident: in this way she is a little closer to the mainstream Tel Aviv art stage — critical and comprehending historical traumas.

      
The exhibition runs till July 20.


Sources: http://sobaka.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

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