Andi Arnovitz in Haaretz about the Jerusalem Biennale

Andi Arnovitz and her worry beads
At first-ever Jerusalem Biennale, Jewish art goes from old-world to avant-garde.

By Danna Harman

From a modern-day spin on 'Chicken Little' to works by Haredi women artists, the Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art presents various displays of cutting-edge Jewish creativity.
Jewish art is not hip. It can be beautiful, sure. It can be meaningful, of course. It can be valuable, no doubt. But cutting-edge? Current? Cool? Meh.

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