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The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2012

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Twelve Works



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    Tsibi Geva and Cher Fudi, Days of Awe 2, 1999. Installation detail. Tedi stadium, Jerusalem

    Tsibi Geva, “Keffiyeh,” 1997. 48 × 27”. Industrial paint and felt-tip pen on corrugated plastic sign. Photo: Meidad Suchowolski. [left]

    Tsibi Geva, “Haifa-Gaza,” 2007. 63 × 60”. Felt-tip pen on Plexiglas sign. Photo: Meidad Suchowolski.



    Tsibi Geva, “Untitled,” 2000. Enamel paint, acrylic and pencil on cardboard box, 40×60x10. photo: Meidad Suchowolski.

    Tsibi Geva, “Untitled,” 70 × 200”. Mixed media on canvas. Photo: Sigal Kolton.

    Tsibi Geva, “Keffiyeh,” 2001. 121 × 119”/ea. Mixed media on rubber, quadtych. Photo: Meidad Suchowolski.

    Tsibi Geva, “Untitled.” 150 × 200”/ea. Mixed media on canvas, diptych. Photo: Sigal Kolton.

    Tsibi Geva, “Keffiyeh.” 38 × 43”. Industrial paint and felt tip-pen on corrugated plastic sign. Photo: Meidad Suchowolski.

    Tsibi Geva, “Untitled,” 2012. Mixed media on canvas, 1.20 × 1.78’. Photo: Sigal Kolton.

    Tsibi Geva, “Untitled.” 150 × 200”/ea. Mixed media on canvas, diptych. Photo: Sigal Kolton.

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