Dana Levy and Liora Kaplan in “Ground Water”, a press review

August 6, 2020

Water has been painted or otherwise depicted countless of times, and throughout eras and cultures.  A new exhibition at the Municipal Gallery for Contemporary Art in Ramat Hasharon addresses the tension between what appears to be a source of life and what turns out to be deadly due to pollution.

‘Emerging from the Swamp’ by Dana Levy and ‘Perpetual Becoming’ by Liora Kaplan are included in the recently opened group exhibition ‘Ground Water’ at the Ramat Hasharon Municipal Gallery and both artists are featured in Gilad Melzer’s review of the show. Curated by Ravit Harari, the show is on view through October. Read it on Haarezt (in Hebrew)
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