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Tel Aviv, Israel, 2001. 96 pp., illustrations: 80 col., 6 b&w, 29.5 × 21 cm. Hebrew and English, with catalog listing in Hebrew only.
Beit Hatfutsot (July 2001–April 2002)
Three exhibitions united in one catalog, showing how the city of Odessa appears in the works of artists and writers. The interplay between the mythical Odesssa and the real city (the capital of modern Jewish literature) is presented in the paintings of Yefim Ladizhinsky, the writings of Babel, Mendele, Shalom Aleichem and Jabotinsky, and the photographs of Debbi Cooper. Three catalog essays. Basic entries. 125 items.