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Tuesday, 29.10.19 (Your local time)
 3 Am Ve Olamo, Jerusalem

The auction will take place on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 18:00 (Israel time).

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LOT 214:

"Yerushalayim HaBenuya" - Boris Schatz, Jerusalem, 1924

Sold for: $70
Start price:
$ 60
Auction house commission: 22% More details
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tags: Bezalel

"Yerushalayim HaBenuya" a daydream. First book, by Boris Schatz. Published by "Bezalel", Jerusalem, 1924.

'Yerushalayim HaBenuya' is a programmatic manifesto written according to the rules of the literary genre of futuristic novella, and it presents the author's vision of 'Bezalel 'and the Land of Israel in the future. This is an important text, because it reads a detailed picture of Bezalel's concept of Designation according to Schatz, and it allows a better understanding of his worldview.' (Yigal Tzlmona, "Boris Schatz, the Father of Israeli Art," Eretz Israel Museum Press, 2006).

According to Schatz's vision in the book in the distant future, the Bezalel Institute manages hundreds of branches and dozens of collaborative associations of artists, and employs two and a half million people and a woman out of a population of ten million.

 The cover Design by Ze'ev Raban.

Front cover detached. Cover edges torn, moderate-good condition.