The opening took place last Thursday at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibition is surprising: to bring together a subject as sensitive as Israel and Palestine, from such different photographers, opposite and talented, looks like a real challenge. At worst, it could turn into a kind of “ A Day in the Life of…”. Yet the gamble paid off. The exhibition is an analysis, emotional but not partisan, of the complexity of the situation. On the other hand it’s sad and lamentable that no museum or festival, no institution or major gallery, French or English, can be bothered to show this exhibition.
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