• Fragments: Mosaics and Reality in Contemporary Israeli Art
  • Zman Le’Omanut, Time for Art Center, Tel Aviv, Nov. 2004 – Jan. 2005
  • General ViewYaakov Chefetz, “Laid Flag,” 2004, Natural Mosaic Stones and 	        	    Glass
  • Sima Meir, “Theodora,” 2004Sima Meir, “Theodora,” 2004
  • General View
  • Sharif Waked, “Jericho First,” (Detail), 2004, Acrylic on Canvas, SeriesSharif Waked, “Jericho First,” (Detail), 2004, Acrylic on Canvas, Series
  • General ViewDina Shenhav, ”Game Over 1” (From a Series of 5), 2001, Foam Rubber
  • Dina Shenhav, “Sacrifice of Isaac,” 2001, Foam Rubber and Acrylic onAhlam Jomah, “Untitled,” 2004, Ceramic Tiles, Acrylic
  • Ahlam Jomah, “Untitled,” (Detail), 2004, Ceramic Tiles, AcrylicMosaic floor, 5th - 6th Century A.D, Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities
  • Daniel Rozin, ”Mirror No. 9,” 2003, Computer, Video Camera, Projector,              Tal Amitai, “ Something is Going to Happen,” 1998-1999, Acrylic and Ink
  • Tal Amitai, “Untitled,” 2000, Toy Blocks on MasoniteMeirav Sudai, “Shaheed,” 2003, Acrylic on Canvas
  • Meirav Sudai, “Father and Son,” 2002, Acrylic on CanvasTzivi Geva, “Tile,” 2003, Mixed Media on Canvas
  • Tzivi Geva, “Tile,” (Detail), 2003, Mixed Media on CanvasDavid Reeb, “Light Mirror Painting,” 1990, Acrylic on Canvas, Mirror
  • David Reeb, “Large Light Mirror,” 1990, Mirror Fragments, Canvas, WoodDavid Wachstein, “Soldier (No 11)” (1 of a Series of 17), 1999 - 2004,
  • David Wachstein, “Soldier (No 14)” (1 of a Series of 17), 1999 - 2004,Gordon, “Compassion,” 2004, Rolled Papers, Wood
  • Gordon, “Compassion,” (Detail), 2004, Rolled Papers, WoodAvishai Eyal, “Samson,” 1998, Acrylic on Canvas
  • Avishai Eyal, “Territories” 1993, Acrylic on PlywoodSima Meir, “Land of Milk and Honey,” 2004, Glue and Gravel
  • Sima Meir, “ Not Yet Lost,” 2004, Glue and Gravel
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