Israeli Artist Yaacov Agam’s Work Joins Picasso and Matisse in France

The Algemeiner

“I should like to emphasize three important factors which I regard as basic to all my research and to my whole work: the fact of having been raised on the soil of Israel, a soil rich in traditions… which have all to be recreated in a new way in order to find their place in modern life; the fact of being the son of a rabbi, who has tried all his life to dissociate the spirit from physical matter; the fact of having become acquainted with the Kabbala and pursuing a quest for inner truth.”

Israeli Artist Yaacov Agam’s Work Joins Picasso and Matisse in France, The Algemeiner, 2012

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