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First Person Plural

A Film by: Ronit Weiss-Berkowitz
(Israel, 2008, 45 Minutes, Color, Hebrew/English, English subtitles)

Portrait – A Century of Israeli Art 


The image of the body in Israeli art has gone through several incarnations over the decades, from the idyllic and ideological representation – the Jewish body, the Zionist body, the biblical body, the national body, the hero's body – to the private, sexual body, the body of the anti-hero, the biographical body, the “other” body. 

Artists in the chapter (in an alphabetical order): Adi Nes Baruch Agadati, Efraim Moshe Lilien, Efrat Natan, Hila Lulu Lin, Igael Tumarkin, Israel Paldi, Laila Schwartz, Marilou Levin, Menahem Shemi, Motti Mizrachi, Nahum Gutman, Nelly Agassi, Shalom Seba, Sigalit Landau, Ya'acov Mishori, Yitzhak Danziger, Yocheved Weinfeld, Ziona Shimshi.
 
 
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