Ezra Nahmad describes figures and narratives of exile, spanning immigration, exodus, cosmopolitism, and globalization. The fragility and ferocity of the sense of belonging, instinctual reactions against confinement, the desire to flee. The disparity of experiences in a confined territory. The exhibition at Douches La Galerie accompanies Leave, the last component of Ezra Nahmad’s Israeli trilogy.
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