JERUSALEM FOUNDATION UK - LAUNCH OF "HIGHER VIEW - FROM ALEPPO TO JERUSALEM" AT JW3 LONDON

Jerusalem Foundation Art Show 3 Jerusalem Foundation Art Show. Lord Leigh, Ambassador Mark Regev

More than 80 people attended the exclusive Launch of the Jerusalem Foundation UK exhibition "Higher View" which ran for 2 weeks to June 18th at JW3 in Hampstead. Guests included Jerusalem Foundation Chairman Lord Leigh of Hurley, Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev, Dame Vivien Duffield who opened the exhibition and artists Ezri Tarazi and Haim Parnas. Over 1000 people visited the exhibition during its run with many writing enthusiastically in the visitors book. The exhibition was widely covered in the local and Jewish press.

The Jerusalem Foundation UK was delighted to present this wonderful industrial sculpture exhibition by the Israeli artist Ezri Tarazi highlighting Jerusalem’s demographics.  As well as showcasing some works by Israeli artist Haim Parnas on a similar geopolitical theme. Leading Israeli designer Ezri Tarazi created a series of 10 tables based on the cultural, religious and geographical diversity of Jerusalem. Tarazi's Jerusalem Tables are each shaped like the same map of the walled Old City – a site that has had a turbulent history.

Jerusalem Foundation Art Show 1 Ambassador Mark Regev, Ezri Tarazi

The JFUK were pleased to bring this special exhibition, Higher View, to JW3 from the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem.

 “The Jerusalem Foundation are delighted to bring this unique and stunning exhibition to London. Particularly in this special jubilee year marking the 50th anniversary of the Foundation,” said Howard Leigh, UK Chairman of the Jerusalem Foundation.

Jerusalem Foundation Art Show 2 Ezri Tarazi "Artist", Ambassador Mark Regev, Dame Vivien Duffield, Haim Parnas "Artist, Lord Leigh