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Itai Raveh’s painting “Nahal Kidron” shows the meeting point of the Kidron River with the separation barrier on the eastern border of the city of Jerusalem. The river, which begins in the ancient heart of the city and ends at the Dead Sea, is a disappointing stream through which, in the past decades, raw sewage has flowed untreated from all over the east of the city. At the center of the painting is the intersection of these two axes — the river moving from west to east, and the wall which stretches from north to south. Both axes are repressed from consciousness and hidden from sight as much as possible. The purpose of the painting is to offer a glimpse at this small intersection which is both the anticlimactic but very real encounter of these two enormous forces. 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Nahal Kidron

Itai Raveh’s painting “Nahal Kidron” shows the meeting point of the Kidron River with the separation barrier on the eastern border of the city of Jerusalem. The river, which begins in the ancient heart of the city and ends at the Dead Sea, is a disappointing stream through which, in the past decades, raw sewage has flowed untreated from all over the east of the city. At the center of the painting is the intersection of these two axes — the river moving from west to east, and the wall which stretches from north to south. Both axes are repressed from consciousness and hidden from sight as much as possible. The purpose of the painting is to offer a glimpse at this small intersection which is both the anticlimactic but very real encounter of these two enormous forces. 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis