Jerusalem: Between Visions and Realities


10 November – 22 December 2006


Between Visions and Realities

Rajie Cook | Marianne Smith Dalton | Roger Gaess | Niv

Maurice Jacobsen | Michael Keating | Zahi Khamis | Suzanne Klotz

Amelie Porter | Rik Sargent | Layla el-Shair | Sima Zureikat



The city of Jerusalem has occupied a central role in the world’s religious and political history and has drawn people from all over the world to its sacred sites. With a turbulent past and present, it lies at the heart of the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This juried exhibit features works by twelve artists in a variety of media that speak to Jerusalem’s complex historical, religious and emotional significance and that consider the need for a just and peaceful solution to the conflict, recognizing the rights of Palestinians in the city.