This exhibition at the Yossi Milo gallery is the first in the United States to feature the intriguing Israeli artist Assaf Shaham, who specializes in multidisciplinary installations. In the somewhat opposing series on display, he uses several different materials, including photography, to draw attention to the divide between perception and reality in still and moving images.
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