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Fishel Rabinowicz
 
 
 
 
Date: Mar. 9, 2015

Letters of Remedy: the Graphic Work of Fishel Rabinowicz

Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies

is honored to invite you to the opening of the exhibit

Letters of Remedy: the Graphic Work of Fishel Rabinowicz

Tuesday, March 10, 12 noon

Rabbi Henry and Yetta Segal Art Atrium, -1 Floor,

New Schechter Jerusalem Campus,4 Avraham Granot St. Jerusalem

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Polish-born graphic artist Fishel Rabinowicz (b. 1924), a Holocaust survivor now living in Locarno, Switzerland, provides us with a personal interpretation of Jewish mysticism through a traditional paper-cut technique. Applying his knowledge of gematriah – the mathematical set of equivalents of numbers to Hebrew letters - Rabinowicz has created a unique and personal graphic language using a geometric system of Hebrew letters to express the inner, mystic meaning of Jewish tradition.

“A striking design, with an imaginative and evocative use of Hebrew letters."  

- Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, during an official visit to Germany, January 2010, where he presented to Chancellor Angela Merkel with a Rabinowicz work, “The Holocaust”, as an official gift from the State of Israel. The work is now exhibited in the Jewish Museum in Berlin.

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For more information: 074-7800-601; www.schechter.edu


 
 

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Jerusalem Campus: Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies:

4 Avraham Granot St., Jerusalem, Israel, 91160, Tel: 972-747-800-600, pr@schechter.ac.il, www.schechter.edu

Tel Aviv Campus: Neve Schechter – Legacy Heritage Center for Jewish Culture:

42 Chelouche St., Neve Zedek, Tel: 03-5170358, office@neve.org.il, www.neve-schechter.org.il