Meir Panim implements programs that serve Israel’s neediest populations with respect and dignity. Meir Panim also coordinated care packages for families in the South during the Gaza War.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
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Tel Aviv 64329, Israel
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David and Saul (1951) oil on canvas by Avraham Naton – Courtesy Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Solitude (1933) oil on canvas by Marc Chagall – Courtesy Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
The Sacrifice of Isaac (1987) Corten Steel by Menashe Kadishman – Courtesy Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Problems arise. The artist states “Neither do I consider the story of the sacrifice of Isaac as signifying a divine command or decree of G-d. For me, it symbolizes the fear of the individual to defy the dictates of society and its conventions.” Not surprisingly, he understands that a man that sacrifices his son sacrifices himself, i.e. his entire future.
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