Avraham Ofek | Alexander Vojik | Alex Kremer | Asaf Ben-Menachem | Erez Israeli | Andi Arnovitz | Dov Heller | Hila Ben-Ari | Hedwig Grossman | Vania Schaub | Jacob Pins | Moshe Hoffman | Miron Sima | Anat Keinan | Pamela Levy | Sonia Abromovitch | Ofer Lellouche | Sima Levin | Rudi Lehmann | Rachel Levin

Curator: Arik Kilemnik

August 18, 2022 at 7:00 p.m

November 10, 2022

The infrequent use of graphic techniques, like woodcut, in popular art throughout the years can be attributed to changes in living conditions, financial patters, and artistic fashion. Woodcut is an extremely expressive technique, often used as a language of protest, and has therefore been a useful tool for many artists, especially during periods of financial hardship.

Today, when expressions of protest have become constant in our everyday lives, the woodcut technique serves as an effective means of communication for artists to interact with their surroundings. In the exhibit presented in the Jerusalem Print Workshop, “Woodcut”, there will be both older and younger generations on display in the hopes of capturing the changes in woodcut that have transpired over time and the newfound interest in this medium.

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